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Wordless Wednesday: Vicki Courtney on Having "The Talk" With Your Kids

Ashley Chesnut
If you're a parent and are not familiar with Vicki Courtney, I totally recommend two helpful books that she has written with regards to parenting and talking to your kids about sex: 5...
Women

Mentoring Monday: Starting & Leading a Small Group

Ashley Chesnut
This past year at Brook Hills has been one of evaluation with regard to small groups - evaluating where we are and how we can improve in equipping small group leaders and connecting people to small...
Women

What Would You Like To Read?

Ashley Chesnut
Thanks to everyone who has been following and contributing posts to the BH Women's Blog! As we move forward, we'd love to hear from you as far as what types of posts you're interested...
Women

Testimony Tuesday: Texting the Word to Your Children

Ashley Chesnut
Today's post was written by Beth Middleton. Beth is married to Jeff Middleton and is the mother of three children, Jordan, Elizabeth and Gaelan. She has lived in Birmingham for 12 years and is an...
Women

Wordless Wednesday: Multiplication Matters

Ashley Chesnut
Multiplication Matters is a brief, weekly video teaching by J.D. Payne, Pastor of Church Multiplication at Brook Hills. In each episode, J.D. addresses various topics related to disciple-making within...
Women

Book Review: So Long, Insecurity

Ashley Chesnut
Today's post was written by Jamie Klemashevich. Hailing from the great state of Texas, Jamie works with student ministry at the church and is passionate about equipping the church, seeing believers...
Women

Mentoring Monday: Piper, Platt, & Chandler on Social Justice

Ashley Chesnut
For this week's Mentoring Monday, watch this video from The Gospel Coalition where David Platt, John Piper, and Matt Chandler discuss the relationship between Christians and social justice.[embed...
Women

Institute for Disciple-Making Fall Classes

Ashley Chesnut
 The Institute for Disciple-Making (IDM) exists to equip every member of our faith family to glorify God by making disciples of all nations. We desire to see world-impacting disciple-makers...
Women

Book Review: The True Woman

Dawn Stephens
True Woman by Susan Hunt is a serious and extremely well written study of the attributes of what Scripture describes as a “godly woman.”Susan is a well respected and mature believer who has...
Women

Wordless Wednesday: Fighter Verse App

Ashley Chesnut
Last week, we featured The Verses Project that enables you to memorize Scripture via music. Today, we're highlighting the Fighter Verse App for Android, iPhone, iPad, and iPod. Great for kids and...
Women

Book Review: What's It Like to Be Married to Me?

Dawn Stephens
I have read many books on marriage over the years, but this is one of my top reads!Linda Dillow is a Christian woman who has been married 40+ years. In this book, she shares her honest and personal...
Women

Wordless Wednesday: The Verses Project

Ashley Chesnut
For today's Wordless Wednesday post, we're featuring The Verses Project, a website that uses art and music to help with Scripture memorization. Each week, a new verses or set of verses is...
Women

Testimony Tuesday: Experiences from The Lovelady Center

Ashley Chesnut
Today's post was written by Maryann Michael, a Brook Hills member who serves at The Lovelady Center, a transitional facility for women that aims to restore hope and rebuild lives. If you are...
Women

Follow Me Simulcast

Ashley Chesnut
oem software download The call to follow Christ has never been an invitation to pray a prayer, believe a set of doctrines, or sit in a pew on Sunday mornings. Yet churches today are filled with people...
Women

Wordless Wednesday: July EQUIP Training

Ashley Chesnut
Today, the ladies in this week's EQUIP Small Group Leader Training closed out our time together with a tasty lunch at Tony's Spaghetti House. If you would like to register for our next...
Women

Mentoring Monday: Never Too Old

Ashley Chesnut
Today's post was written by Karen Wilson who is married to Larry and who leads a women's small group through Brook Hills.cheap accounting softwareIsn't it wonderful that the Lord never...
Women

Wordless Wednesday: Idea for Praying for Missionaries

Ashley Chesnut
Today's picture was submitted by Joy Hardy who co-leads a women's small group at Brook Hills. Every week, this small group prays for a different church planter or missionary that has been sent...
Women

Sermon Debrief: The Cross and Christian Sexuality (Part 2)

Ashley Chesnut
essay writingClick here for a debrief of last week's sermon on "The Cross and Christian Sexuality (Part 1)."One of the first conversations I had in the office this morning involved noting that...
Women

Wordless Wednesday: Discipling Women in the Workplace Video

Ashley Chesnut
Yesterday, the Gospel Coalition posted a short video on "Discipling Women in the Workplace" that discusses many of the questions that women ask. Whether you're a stay-at-home who feels isolated...
Women

Sermon Debrief: The Cross and Christian Sexuality (Part 1)

Ashley Chesnut
In a week where the Supreme Court is ruling on gay marriage and in a culture that advocates same-sex marriage (see Time Magazine's April 8th cover article "How Gay Marriage Won"), we need...
Women

Can Women Have It All? (Part 1)

Ashley Chesnut
Loving and Attentive Husband. Well-Adjusted, Brilliant Children. Immaculate Pottery Barn House. Success at Work. Homecooked Meals on the Table at Dinner. Consistent Exercise Routine. Is it possible to...
Women

Testimony Tuesday: The Mess That I Was (Part 2)

Ashley Chesnut
Today's post contains Part 2 of Jeannie Jackson's testimony "The Mess That I Was." Click here to read Part 1 of Jeannie's story.Somehow I fell into Bible studies and met my first...
Women

Mentoring Monday: Journaling Scripture

Ashley Chesnut
shared how to incorporate journaling Scripture into our our personal study and prayer time and gave practical tips and tools on how to apply God's Word to our lives.
Women

Summer Reads

Ashley Chesnut
Whether it's at the beach or curled up in a chair on my apartment balcony, I have always looked forward to the extended reading time that the summer provides. I made a list last week of the books I...
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