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Darla Wilkinson

Darla Wilkinson

Darla Wilkinson

Darla Wilkinson graduated from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and is the wife of a wonderful husband. 

  • Why our response to sexual abuse matters

    Jane and George quietly play together in the summer sun until it comes to an abrupt halt with one scream. Mom races out the front door and finds Jane clutching her bleeding knee and pointing her dagger-sharp finger at her brother. “He pushed me!” Jane wails. George stands at a distance holding Jane’s favorite toy,

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  • Are you ready to break busy?

    Are you a woman whose life is aimless, hurried, frenetic or just flat-out impossible? If so, you’re the very one Alli Worthington had in mind when writing Breaking Busy: How to Find Peace and Purpose in a World of Crazy. In her new release, this wife, mother of five and executive director of Propel Women

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  • Happy holidays, open doors and the gospel

    What transforms the holidays into "happy" moments? Beneath the good food, parties, and presents, every heart craves the warmth and security that comes from being with loved ones in a haven of plenty. You need look no further than the Christmas classics to see it's true. Consider It's A Wonderful Life. Why do people flock to

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  • Is there a new perspective on Christian purity?

    Book review: Damaged Goods: New Perspectives on Christian Purity by Dianna Anderson Whether surfing the internet or strolling the aisle of a local bookstore, the average Christian could be refreshed to catch a glimpse of Dianna Anderson’s book Damaged Goods. The cover, highlighting an all-American girl donning a whimsical pink skirt and peep-toe shoes with black

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