Wednesday, May 21, 2008

~The 12 Pillars of Biblical Womanhood~

The 12 Pillars of Biblical Womanhood
1. An Image Bearer ~Genesis 1:26-27

2. A Woman Not a Man ~Genesis 2:21-23

3. A Disciple ~Deuteronomy 6:7

4. A Member of the Church ~Acts 2:49

5. A Demonstration of Unfading Beauty ~1 Peter 3:4

6. A Helpmeet ~Genesis 2:18

7. A Trustful and Submissive Wife ~Ephesians 5:22

8. A Keeper at Home ~Titus 2:5

9. A Domestic Entrepreneur ~Proverbs 31:10-31

10. A Fruitful Bearer of Children ~Genesis 1:28

11. A Teacher of the Next Generation ~Ephesians 6:1-3

12. A Godly Mentor ~Titus 2:3-5


  1. First time visitor here.

    Very interesting blog. I can't say that I totally agree with all that I read here but then I don't have anything negative to say about it either. If it works for you, then I am totally for it.

    I will say this though. For the past 16 years my wife has been a stay at home mom, raising our children. When you compare our children to others with working mothers, there is a world of difference. We decided long ago that when we had children they would be our first priority and we weren't going to have someone else raise them.

    Too many parents these days have children and put them in day care before they can even talk. If all you are going to do is have babies and not take care of them, then why bother.

    Have a Blessed day,

  2. Did you learn that at the puritan family conference? Do you think that there will be another one soon?

  3. I completely agree with you, Mr. C. You're exactly right! Thank you so much for your input.



    No, this was on a handout we were given at the Father Daughter retreat. Yes, Mr. Brown is hoping to have the Puritan Family Reformation Conference become an annual event! :)

    Many blessings,
    Rebekah Ann

  4. such a beautiful post! i love these!

  5. Hello, dear Leah! :) So, do I! They're such beautiful reminders of how our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ views womanhood.

  6. Hi Rebekah,

    I'd just like to say that the 12 Pillars of Biblical Womanhood that you posted perfectly represent the qualities I pray one day to find in a wife and, God willing, the mother of my future children.

    God bless you!



Hi!! Thank you so much for visiting my blog! Please come back often. Thank you for your comment as well; your input is always most welcome! Even if you disagree with something, I encourage you to leave a comment; I just ask that you do so in a loving and Christ-like manner.

God bless you!

~Rebekah S.