Set Apart Girl

Returning to Christ-Centered Femininity - The Ministry of Leslie Ludy, the co-founder of Ellerslie Mission Society.

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November 26, 2014

Most young girls have fairy tale dreams for their future marriage – they envision riding off into the sunset with their prince charming and living happily ever after. I was no exception. During my single years, I built up many expectations as to what my future marriage would be like. Every expectation was based upon what I had read in novels or the fairy... READ MORE

November 12, 2014

As a child, I romanticized the idea of being a “Christian hero.”  I imagined the thrill of adventure and the satisfaction of changing the world – but I never envisioned the hardship, discomfort, pain, and spiritual attack that comes when you take a stand for righteousness.  It wasn’t until I was in my early twenties, deep... READ MORE

November 6, 2014

Probably the biggest fear that single women deal with is that if they don’t take matters into their own hands, they will miss every opportunity to be married.  Today’s guys are not often well-trained in the art of winning, pursuing, and cherishing the heart of a woman.  And oftentimes, women feel that they are in a game of “... READ MORE

October 30, 2014

Have you ever been frustrated with the state of today’s men?  If so, I have some good news for you.  As women, we have a far greater power over the course of masculinity than most of us realize.  We can use our femininity to influence men toward strength or toward weakness.  Unfortunately, most of us don’t use our feminine... READ MORE

October 15, 2014

As American Christian women, we hear lots of messages today about the importance of our heart—messages that put great emphasis upon our feelings, our needs, our uniqueness, and our desires.  We are often led to believe that it’s okay for us to build everything around our emotions and our wants.  “Your heart is good” is the... READ MORE

October 1, 2014

When I was sixteen, my brothers and I regularly visited residents at our local nursing home.  Our favorite person to visit was a delightful little lady named Dolly.  She was eighty-seven years old, nearly blind and in frail health, but she was truly radiant.  She loved to talk about God, and she encouraged and blessed everyone she came into... READ MORE

September 25, 2014

When Eric and I first began traveling, speaking, writing, and discipling, I quickly realized that I wasn’t prepared for the intensity of full-time ministry. As an introvert, I was often burned out from this demanding lifestyle. I knew that I should be turning to Christ to revive my spirit, but after a long week of ministry work, I found myself wanting... READ MORE

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