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“That We May Be Like That . . .”

Miss Timmer added this note to her article: “I realize that this is a negative approach to the topic chosen. Sometime I hope to approach it positively, or if some woman desires to develop the positive aspect, be sure to contact me.” How familiar the above words sound. It must be a recent quotation, don’t you […]

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Chickadee

Miss Johanna Timmer, departmental editor of Reformed Women Speak writes: The following poem appeared in the November 1975 issue of The Presbyterian Guardian. With the permission of the Rev. John Mitchell, editor-in-chief (one of my colleagues at Philmont Christian High), I am reproducing it here. It was written by Mrs. Ellen Obed when she was […]

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Glory for Her

In this month of May, on the twenty-seventh, it will be a year ago that the Lord called my dear friend, Nella Mierop, to Himself, in answer to Christ’s prayer, “Father I will that those whom thou hast given me be with me, that I may manifest unto them my glory.” Of late she had said […]

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A Covering

Since the woman who wrote me about this had for a long time postponed doing so for lack of courage; since I hesitate answering her in this column for lack of courage; since the former is a Calvin alumna who has struggled with this problem for years and always comes to the same conclusion; since I […]

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“For All These Things . . . Judgment”

Miss Johanna Timmer, A.M., has served as Dean of Women at Calvin College, as a member of the faculty of the Reformed Bible Institute (now the Reformed Bible College) and as a Christian school principal. Since her retirement she has been active as a Bible study leader for women‘s societies. Miss Timmer is in charge […]

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“That Nothing Be Lost”

We are urged to be economy-conscious. President Ford appeals to all Americans to cooperate with him in promoting economy. He appeals to Congress to cooperate, he appeals to business, to industry, to families, and to the individual. This appeal we may not ignore. Let me, in this article, apply the principle of economy in just […]

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“Equal Rights?”

Let us Christian women consider the craving some women have for equal rights with men. We shall limit ourselves to the subject of equal rights, so strongly advocated by the women’s lib. movement. Women are crying for equal rights. It stands to reason that if women want equal rights with men they must be equal […]

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What Child Is This?

Who is He? Where did He come from? Why did He come? What did He do? Where did He go? Mystery of mysteries! He is God with us. He is the Word become flesh. He came from heaven, having emptied Himself of His glory for a time, and having taken on a human nature. He […]

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