1: How would you articulate prevailing Bostonian ideaology on what a "worthy woman" looks like? How does this align and/or not align with the Biblical vision?
2: We said that: "When we use the term feminine we are simply referring to that unique constellation of devotions (to the home, marriage, motherhood), actions (partner, help, respect, nurture), and virtues (hospitality, deference, fearless vulnerability, responsiveness, beauty, modesty, purity, etc.) that women are called to embrace as God enables."
What specific examples of Ruth doing this were most impactful to you?
3: We said that a worthy woman "loves whoever God has given her, even at great cost to herself." If you are a woman, who is that right now for you? What opportunities do you have to love like that?
4: How was Mary like Ruth?