Katie McCoy

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FIRST-PERSON: Gender ideology and the silencing of dissent

Sixteen female swimmers on the University of Pennsylvania’s women’s swim team are asking their university to adopt an NCAA policy that may disqualify one of their teammates.

FIRST-PERSON: When the directions don’t make sense

There are times, Katie McCoy writes, when following God's direction seems confusing or counterintuitive yet is better than getting on "a dead-end road to frustration and confusion."

FIRST-PERSON: Let us be women

Katie McCoy underscores the need for women grounded in theology to address misguided attempts in an increasingly hostile and broken world to conflate male-female equality with secular ideology.

FIRST-PERSON: What happened to that lovely tree?

Like a tree that is strengthened and grows from pruning, Katie McCoy notes that Christians benefit from God's pruning, from His "cultivating a deeper, richer life that can't be seen on the outside."

FIRST-PERSON: When things don’t go as planned

Things don't always go as Katie McCoy would like. "You probably have had things go awry as well," she writes, noting that "Scripture gives us a different way of thinking about our big dreams and life plans."

SANCTITY OF LIFE: Pro-life, anti-poverty

If we're going to speak up for the unborn, we have to speak up for the poor," writes Katie McCoy assistant professor of theology in women's studies at the College at Southwestern, the undergraduate school of Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. "If we're really going to be pro-life, we must also be anti-poverty."

FIRST-PERSON: You = woman of influence

Women in the Bible have one thing in common: They used their influence -- for better or worse, Katie McCoy writes. They "weren't necessarily in some great position of power or financially wealthy," she notes. "Whoever you are, wherever you are, you are a woman of influence. And the question for you and me is, how will we use it?"

FIRST-PERSON: ’50 Shades’ & its best-kept secret

Katie McCoy of BiblicalWoman.com, writing about "50 Shades of Grey," to debut as a movie on Valentine's Day, provides counsel to women on attaining freedom from "the never-ending cycle of lust."

FIRST-PERSON: ’50 Shades’ & its best-kept secret

FORT WORTH, Texas (BP) -- We used to blush about it. It was the kind of thing that women kept quiet about. It was personal -- too personal -- and not at all "ladylike."

FIRST-PERSON: Ready, set wait! Trusting God in your waiting season

Waiting on God can be frustrating, but Scripture says when handled biblically, it's always for our good, says columnist Katie McCoy.