For girls-on-the-go who don’t have time to read all the best-selling books on femininity, Hive Resources recommends you subscribe to these ‘Girl-on-the Go’ outlets. These online sites dedicated to biblical femininity will encourage, edify, and equip you for ministry at home or at work. So download an mp3 for your morning office commute, join an online study group held during nap time, or browse some of their insightful blog posts while waiting for the school bus to arrive. Dig in!
We love Girltalk as much for its adorable design as its specialized focus on biblical womanhood. Created by well-known women’s author Carolyn Mahaney, and her three daughters, girltalk offers blog series on major issues facing women today including singleness, spiritual growth, relationships, parenting, marriage, and more. They also offer online fellowship clubs and special projects you won’t want to miss.
Written by three seminary students turned ministry partners (Diane, Gabrielle, Sarah), UnlockingFemininity.com engages women and girls with God’s design for their lives and seeks to unlock the timeless truth of His Word. Some of our favorite posts include “The Superwoman Complex” on Prov. 31 and “My Plastic Self” on Rom. 6.
Created by author Nancy Wilson and her two daughters and daughter-in-law, Femina is a simple blog about women and family that packs a big (but very dainty) punch. Mostly reflective in nature, their blog posts are simultaneously real, funny, and endearing.
Truewoman.com is the brain-child of author Nancy Leigh Demoss, editor of a book by the same title. Through blog posts and invites to conference events, the site seeks to inspire Christian women to reclaim the priority of faith and family. Along with posts by Demoss, readers will enjoy articles by other well-known authors and speaks like Elyse Fitzpatrick, Erin Davis, Kimberly Wagner, and Barbara Challies.
Those who enjoy academic reading will find the website for Council of Biblical Manhood and Womanhood a mainstay of resources. This ministry tool is home to authors such as John Piper, Susan Hunt, Russell Moore, Rhonda Kelley, Al Mohler, Randy Stinson, who write for its online blog and academic journal. Hive Resources recommends this site as much for its commitment to biblical integrity as the diversity of resources it offers. If you have questions or doubts concerning God’s plan for the genders, this is the first site you should reference.
Created by woman’s author Mary Kassian, GirlsGoneWise.com is the companion site to her book of the same title. Along with blog posts on biblical womanhood (sexuality, spirituality, relationships, on the job, etc.), the site also offers study groups and online forums to discuss the book. What do we like best about GirlsGoneWise.com? The reader gets access to more of Kassian’s no-nonsense and relevant articles on biblical theology and more. You should definitely ‘fav’ this resource.
Fresh off the web burners is biblicalwoman.org, an offshoot of the women’s program at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. Along with discovering SWBTS education opportunities, the site also operates a blog where women may “flesh-out their beliefs and ask tough questions” concerning God’s plan for biblical womanhood in a post-feminist age. In the near future, the site will publish white papers, book reviews, and resource recommendations.
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Then check out our guest blog by author and military wife, Sara Horn! She’s giving away a copy of her book, My So Called Life as a Proverbs 31 Wife to one Hive Reader as well!
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