Courtney Reissig talks about the emotional aftermath of her high-risk labor and delivery story. She shares about the faithfulness of God and how she walked the difficult road of recovery.
Courtney Reissig is a pastor’s wife, freelance writer, blogger, and teacher. She was born in California, grew up in Texas, and did a couple of stints in Michigan before finally graduating from Northwestern College (MN). After doing some graduate study at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, she met her husband and fell in love, and they now make their home in Little Rock, Arkansas. You can read more of her writing on her blog or follow her on Twitter @courtneyreissig.
A Baby’s Birth Story
Courtney Reissig tells the harrowing story of the birth of her fourth child, Ben. Some problems cropped up late in the pregnancy that threatened both of their lives and left some emotional scarring in its wake.
The origins of feminism were good and noble, even if the culture has taken it too far. Tim Muehlhoff and Courtney Reissig talk about the origins of feminism, and how Jesus valued women.
A Woman’s Core Callings
Barbara Rainey, Nancy DeMoss Wolgemuth, Robert Lewis, and Courtney Reissig give examples of the core callings that help define the purpose of biblical womanhood.
A Bigger Meaning For Work
God has a transcendent purpose for our work here on earth. Bethany Jenkins and Courtney Reissig explain the purpose for work, and some practical ways we can participate with God in His plan.
Encouraging Your Children for Life
How do we help our kids grow up with a right sense of identity? Kay Wills Wyma, Susan Hunt, and Courtney Reissig explain how they help their children build strong character and a solid spiritual foundation.
What is Submission?
Courtney Reissig recalls her courtship with her husband, Daniel. Although she’d left feminism behind, Courtney tells how difficult it was to follow her husband early in their marriage.
The Default of Feminism
Author Courtney Reissig explains that to most feminists, equality equals sameness. Reissig shares how God changed her from a staunch feminist to a Bible-believing wife and mother.
Could You Be a Feminist?
Growing up, Courtney Reissig believed she could do anything boys could do and tried her hardest to prove it. Courtney tells how God gradually changed her heart.