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Mothers’ Day Teaching

As we approach Mothers’ Day, it’s important to remember that there are women who would like to be mothers, but for various reasons, they are not. For example, about 12% of the couples in America struggle with infertility. For that reason alone, I think that Mothers’ Day is a good day to honor all women.

On Mothers’ Day 2009, I gave a teaching called “When Considering the Role of Women” that was part of a series entitled “When Christians are Unchristian.” I explored several women in the Bible who played “breakout roles” in their cultures. They lived and worked in ways that were uncommon for the women of their place and time, and they are a part of Scripture for that reason.

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When Christians are Unchristian: When Considering the Role of Women.

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