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  • by Denny Luker
When Loma Armstrong¹ was called to understand the Sabbath in the 1920s, God used her to teach her husband, Herbert W. Armstrong. Though he did his best to disprove it, after six months of intensive study, he finally had to accept the truth that his wife had discovered. Together they were used to spread the truth to millions of people.
  • by Mike Bennett
If you enter into marriage blinded by physical attraction, you'll be rudely awakened not long after, when the full character of your spouse becomes evident.
  • by Kristin Yarbrough
The feminist minority: Why do women reject a movement that claims to advance their rights?
  • by United Church of God
Understanding the opposite sex is vital to making a relationship work. Depending on your attitude, the differences can lead to a lifetime of misery or a lifetime of exploring the mystery. As the French say, Vive la différence!
  • by Jerold Aust, John Ross Schroeder
What kind of magazines are men reading nowadays? For that matter, what are women reading? Look at any well-stocked magazine rack and you'll see seemingly endless glossy, slick magazines for both men and women.
  • by United News
The following poem was written in connection with the Garden Grove, California, Women's Enrichment Weekend on "Unlocking the Proverbs 31 Woman in You" (see page 21). The author, Nola Wells, attends the Garden Grove congregation.
  • by Good News
Several decades ago a few people began to wonder why boys and girls, in general, grew up with different preferences. They theorized that, if boys and girls were not told which toys to play with and if parents would simply refrain from teaching sexual roles, the male-female generalities would disappear. But they haven't and, apparently, never will.
  • by David Treybig
Is married life all about the battle of the sexes? Are husbands and wives doomed to a life of fighting each other for their rights? Is this what God intended when He made us male and female?