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Author: Lori Alexander

Anesthetist to Full-Time Homemaker

Anesthetist to Full-Time Homemaker

This is a testimony about the transforming power of Truth from God’s Word from a wife, mother, and homemaker who once was an anesthetist! Dear Lori, Consistently reading you has radically changed my life and marriage for the better!! Where do I begin? I always wanted what you have taught, but it’s been a battle bringing it to fruition in my life!! I longed to be a wife and mother at an early age and was blessed to have a…

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When Fear Meets Faith – Love Our Husbands

When Fear Meets Faith – Love Our Husbands

By Lisa Vitello “Thus Sarah obeyed Abraham, calling him lord, and you have become her children if you do what is right without being frightened by any fear.” 1 Peter 3:6 Haven’t we all read 1 Peter 3 again and again – seeking for the gentle spirit, the restful demeanor, so that we might be “precious in the sight of God?” I know I have for at least the last 20 years of my married life. (I won’t say my…

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My Tips For a Life Long Marriage

My Tips For a Life Long Marriage

My tips for a lifelong marriage on my 43rd wedding anniversary ~ • Marry a believer in Jesus Christ • Learn from a godly, older woman • Forgive freely • Pour love and grace upon him • Don’t expect him to make you happy • Don’t hold grudges • Don’t get your feelings hurt • No pity parties • Don’t quarrel nor manipulate • Give sexual intimacy freely • Submit to and respect him • Don’t need the last word…

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Mary, A Godly Submissive Wife

Mary, A Godly Submissive Wife

Mary in “It’s a Wonderful Life” is a perfect example of a godly, submissive wife. When she and George first became attracted to each other, although she liked him when they were children, she never pursued him. She was kind, feminine, and sweet to him. He finally realized that he did love her and want to marry her, but it took some time as he set aside his lofty dreams for a wife and children instead. Once they were married…

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Men Want a Wife, NOT a Competitor

Men Want a Wife, NOT a Competitor

Written By Sovereign Brah on Twitter The discussion Matt Walsh and Megan Kelly on the timeline today about traditional gender roles is a perfect barometer for where our culture is at, and the nature of the massive divide between the sexes. The discussion mirrors exactly what we’ve exposed over and over again in our conversations with women on the @whatever podcast: Modern women expect traditional masculinity from men, but frequently become incensed and defensive when traditional femininity is expected from…

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Taylor Swift is the Perfect Feminist

Taylor Swift is the Perfect Feminist

Written By Eric Conn on Facebook After the Taylor Swift X post, The Daily Mail, Newsweek, and others have chimed in. The original post sits at 22.5 million impressions. Meanwhile, Taylor Swift is 24/7 on the news cycle leading up to the 2024 election. The response from the Swifties on X has been vile. Loving and inclusive, they are not. Here’s what I posted in response: “So, why the post about Taylor Swift on the cover of TIME Magazine, which…

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Doctors Aren’t God. Do Your Research.

Doctors Aren’t God. Do Your Research.

They wanted to give my husband a pacemaker when he had Lyme Carditis and his heart beat was at 22. He researched that it took seven days on antibiotics to clear the infection. So he stayed awake seven days and nights in the ICU with paddles strapped to his bed (if he fell asleep, his heart would stop) and on the seventh day, his heart rate went up! My close relative had to get a vaccine for work and was…

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Teaching Little Ones to Sit Quietly in Church

Teaching Little Ones to Sit Quietly in Church

Written By Reverend Brian Abshire in SALT Magazine from October 2009 The time to start teaching your children to worship is when they are babies. Children are NEVER too young to learn but teaching them is often difficult, because we are often not willing to do what is necessary. Look, we all realize that babies make “happy noises” and no one in my experience has ever been frustrated with a baby cooing during a church service. It is the child…

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The Steadfast, Home-Centered Woman

The Steadfast, Home-Centered Woman

Written in the New Harvest Homestead Newsletter in 2005 What is a “homestead woman?” Literally speaking, the word homestead means to be steadfast at home. I have been a Christian for 26 years, a wife for 25 years and a mother for 20. As the mother of six, I have experienced firsthand a particular dilemma in the lives of Christian women. We want to do the right thing. So, we volunteer, join, raise our hands and sign up, until our…

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When Women are in Power

When Women are in Power

Women weren’t created to lead or be in authority in the home, church, or nation. Men were. This is protection for women, homes, churches, and nations. It’s not for harm. Patriarchy was set up by God to protect women and children, not harm them. Matt Walsh wrote a series of tweets on this topic: “Women increasingly do run our institutions and western civilization has declined as women have assumed more and more power.” One woman responded: “Medicine and medical research,…

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