About Me


Welcome to The Forgiven Former Feminist, my little corner of the internet. This is where I write about biblical womanhood, feminism, homemaking, army wife life, books, and Christian living. I am so glad you stopped by. Obviously since you clicked on the about me tab you want to know about me. So, here are the basics:

My name is Morgan and I am a child of God from a small town in north Texas. I am a graduate of Texas A&M University, and I have worked previously as a Kindergarten teacher. I have been married to my best friend "B" for a little over a year now. "B" is a veterinarian in the Army and we just moved to Fort Bragg, North Carolina all the way from Fort Hood, Texas. We welcomed our first child, William, in December of 2014. 

When I am not working with with women to improve their functional fitness, I am usually lost in a book, working on my writing projects, or painting. I also spend a fair amount of time learning to cook healthy foods with my three cats James, John, and Phillip cheering me on. My newest goals are to be able to do an unassisted pull-up and to get better at needlepoint.

As you have probably guessed by my blog's title I am a forgiven former feminist working towards getting my life back on track. This blog is my way of chronicling my journey out of the feminist mindset and into a biblical view of womanhood. I write about things like  biblical womanhood, feminism, and  homemaking. My hope is that maybe women reading this can learn from my struggles and trials. I also write a fair amount about physical fitness and body image. 

I am anxiously seeking God's purpose for my life, and I am enjoying the learning process. I can’t wait to see what God has planned for my future.

Gig'em and God Bless, 
Morgan 

10 comments:

  1. Morgan,
    So blessed to hear that you are no longer deceived! I used to be a feminist as well as an atheist. God has transformed my life in a huge way! May He receive all our glory all the time! Thanks for sharing your story.

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  2. I'm from Texas as well!
    -Bri
    tinytexantomlin@gmail.com

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  3. Wow. This is my fist time visiting your blog. The title very much caught my attention! Haha I love it! :) Anyway, God bless you sister!
    www.diana-ablogaboutlife.blogspot.com

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  4. The title of your blog is so different! I am now following you via email!

    I found your blov via Harvest of Friends Weekly Blog Hop!

    Helen
    Blue Eyed Beauty Blog

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  5. Hi Morgan,

    I've been following your blog for a while (and am really enjoying your insights).

    I found this article today and thought you would find it interesting. It's a VERY long article, but goes into great detail about how feminism has corrupted our way of thinking and what can be done to reframe our thinking, specifically in terms of raising daughters, but all the advice is still relevant. Hope you enjoy it! http://www.raisinggodlychildren.org/2012/08/raising-girls-to-be-godly-women-in.html

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  6. Love the topic of your blog (based on the title). So glad to see a sister, and a woman who recognizes that there is life more rich and with more purpose than feminism. Keep it up! Found your blog via Monday's Musings!

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  7. I think the concept of your blog is interesting, but I guess I do not understand the premise. Are you saying that you cannot be a feminist and have spiritual and/or religious faith?

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  8. I think you may have missed the point of feminism entirely . . .

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  9. Nice to meet you. I am a forgiven current feminist.

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  10. That awkward moment when my faith in God led me to BE a feminist. Actually, no, it's not awkward, it's awesome! I'm honestly saddened by the mere title of your blog. I suppose I should read more to really figure out why you seem to think feminism is sinful/bad, but may I just say that I hope you can be open-minded about going back to being a feminist. There is PLENTY in the Bible to back up a healthy kind of feminism. It takes real study though, and not taking verses and chapters at face value and/or out of context. Just some thoughts for you.
    God bless, Heather Owens.

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Morgan