By Linda Nathan
My mother was a feminist who told me I was an accident. In fact, she told me that several times when I was growing up. She also told me how hard pregnancy was.
But she also took good care of me, taught me many things, and helped me go to college.
Life growing up was, probably like most people’s, a mixture.
But I grew up not wanting to marry or have children. Children, I’d learned, were “messy, a nuisance.” Babies cried all the time. Marriage was– well, it was better to be a man because men had it easier.
In the early Sixties, I became a feminist.
But by the time I was 35, my biological clock was telling me differently. Instead of having a baby though, I developed uterine cancer and was scheduled for a hysterectomy.
Then Jesus Christ came into my life. He not only saved and healed me, but He also restored our marriage and gave us a child after 15 barren years of marriage.
Join me in this podcast as I share how Jesus changed me from feminist into feminine.
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