Thursday, June 18, 2009

10 Tips for Biblical Womanhood

1~ Love God with a passion and show it. It should not be a mystery that you have a love relationship with God.

2~ Love your husband and show it. Encourage him and use your talents to help him be his best. A strong women is not described by how little she makes her husband look. A strong women is described by her ability to use what talents God has given her to make her family unit a success.

3~Make your home a priority. Work towards making home a haven for every family member. Keep the natural order of the family in focus God, husband (marriage) and then children.

4~Respect and consider your children. Encourage them to do and be their best. Raise them up to make God the primary focus of their lives.

5~Learn to communicate. Start by talking less and listening more.

6~Teach your children life principles such as integrity, money management, academic excellence, self confidence, self control and dependence on God.

7~Learn to do right--James 4:17 "Therefore, to him who knows to do good and does not do it, to him it is sin."

8~Be a friend.

9~Win your children's friends for Christ--encourage them to choose good friends and allow those friends to spend time with your family. (I Corinthians 15:33)

10~Learn wisdom--Pray and study scripture


  1. i have a question that I hope you'll be able to answer. So, if I'm to understand, your husband is the captain of the ship, with you being second in command. What happens if you truly disagree with something that your husband does, with say the finances. What if your husband wants to invest in something that you have strong reservations about... How would this play out in your family? Would you voice your opinion, but then your husband gets the last say no matter what?

    Interesting blog; I enjoy reading different perspectives to mine :)

  2. Hello, C

    I am very interested in addressing your question and will do so very soon. Please feel free to subscribe to the post comments for this entry, so that you don not overlook my reply. However, I may ultimately reply to your comment in a post.

    To God be the Glory.


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