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Amy R. Buckley is a writer, speaker and life coach who lives with her husband in the Pacific Northwest. She's the founder of the Ezer Group and Life Together International. Follower her on Twitter: twitter.com/AmyR_Buckley

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The Deeper Meaning of Advent Can’t Be Ignored

“I’ve never looked forward to Advent as much as this year,” a pastor friend recently…

The Church, Humor and Harvey Weinstein

I once mentioned to a guy in college that I studied Russian. I shared with…

Why Gender Inequality Is a Christian Issue

A new ad, quoting derogatory remarks of Donald Trump toward women will begin airing on…

The Deeper Meaning of Advent Can’t Be Ignored

God What this season tells us about hope in an uncertain world. Share Facebook 386…

Millennials Don’t Want Your Sex for Now. Here’s Why

Most of us prefer not to think of our parents’ sexual history. Of course we…

Why Gender Inequality Is a Christian Issue

A new ad, quoting derogatory remarks of Donald Trump toward women will begin airing on…

Why Don’t More Churches Ask Women to Lead?

I once heard the story of a professional woman who came to Christ later in…

Does Modesty Apply to Men?

The movie Top Gun came out my senior year of high school. I’d be lying…

What Taking the Lord’s Name in Vain Actually Means

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Yoga Pants and What the Bible Really Says About Modesty

When I started practicing yoga a couple years ago, I discovered the wonders of yoga…

5 Ways the Bible Supports Feminism

A popular children’s rhyme says boys are made of “snips and snails and puppy-dog tails.”…

What Does It Look Like to be a Christian Feminist?

Do you associate feminism with bra-burning? I used to. That was before I did some…

Why You Should Be a Christian Feminist

“Do you consider yourself a feminist?” A seminary professor once asked my class.   “No.…

Questions No Victim of Domestic Violence Should Have to Answer

In her own words, Janay Rice has lived a “nightmare.” She has suffered not only…