All of My Natural Cures

All of My Natural Cures

On Instagram, I have been teaching the women a lot about health. You can’t find health in a drug or a shot. It’s our responsibility to be as healthy as we can! My grandmother was raised in a church that believed drugs, doctors, and demons were synonymous. When she found out about vaccinations, her response was, “I’m not injecting that poison into my babies’ bodies!” She had all seven of her children at home. She never took any of them…

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The Seven Effects Feminism Has Had on the Family

The Seven Effects Feminism Has Had on the Family

In 1979, Tim LaHaye wrote a book titled “The Battle For the Family.” In this book, he gave seven effects that feminism has had on the family. Creates Unnecessary Competition Between Husband and Wife Blurs the Distinction Between the Sexes Creates Unnecessary Dissatisfaction With Being a Housewife and Mother Causes Insecurity in Women Destroys Femininity Causes Insecurity in Men Makes Children Insecure Can you now clearly see how opposed to God’s will feminism is? It’s made out to be such…

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Projecting Their Experiences Onto Everyone Else

Projecting Their Experiences Onto Everyone Else

Last week, I responded to a viral post concerning Anna Duggar. I took each point the author made and tried to explain how what she wrote was false, or it was true and she was trying to make it seem like a bad thing. After pondering this, I came to this conclusion: What I have noticed is that some women who have suffered through physical or sexual abuse in their childhood or marriage, tend to project their experience onto everyone…

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My Interview With Pastor Joel Webbon

My Interview With Pastor Joel Webbon

“Lori Alexander, founder of The Transformed Wife, joins Pastor Joel Webbon for a conversation about biblical womanhood. Should women be preachers? Should women work outside of the home? What is a ‘gentle and quiet spirit’? What does it mean for Sarah to call Abraham her ‘lord’? These are just a few of the questions addressed in this exciting episode of Theology Applied. “ Here’s the link to the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vgw3yE0HyCY&t=1535s

Is the Church to Blame For Anna Duggar’s Situation?

Is the Church to Blame For Anna Duggar’s Situation?

A woman wrote this to me on Facebook yesterday. All of my responses are in parenthesis next to her comments: I would love to know your thoughts on this? Anna Duggar did everything right*. She was raised in a conservative Christian home. (Yes, she was raised by godly parents as commanded by God.) She dressed modestly, and when she met Josh they practiced courtship instead of traditional dating. (She dressed modestly as commanded by God.) She married with her parent’s…

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Why Women Can’t Preach

Why Women Can’t Preach

In 1 Timothy 2:11-15, we are given two reasons why women are commanded to not teach nor be in authority over men in the churches. The first reason is that Adam was created first. He was in authority over Eve. Eve was created to be his help meet. Men are to be in authority over women. I know this is highly offensive to many, but I don’t care. None of God’s order or ways are offensive to me. I understand…

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Television Casts Its Magic Spell

Television Casts Its Magic Spell

“Like the sorcerer of old, the television set casts its magic spell, freezing speech and action, turning the living into silent statues so long as the enchantment lasts. The primary danger of the television screen lies not so much in the behavior it produces – although there is danger there – as in the behavior it prevents: the talks, the games, the family festivities and discussions through which much of the child’s learning takes place and through which his character…

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Oprah Didn’t Want to Be a Traditional Wife

Oprah Didn’t Want to Be a Traditional Wife

“Winfrey is revealing in a new interview with Vogue that she and Graham actually did talk marriage back in the ’90s. “Nobody believes it, but it’s true. The only time I brought it up was when I said to Stedman, ‘What would have happened if we had actually gotten married?’ she remembered. ‘And the answer is: ‘We wouldn’t be together.’ “She continued, ‘We would not have stayed together because marriage requires a different way of being in this world. His…

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Was Susan B. Anthony a Hero For Women?

Was Susan B. Anthony a Hero For Women?

Many believe that Susan B. Anthony was a historical hero, because she fought hard for the women’s vote. A quick search of this woman was enlightening. She was born on February 15, 1820. She grew up as a Quaker. Quakers believed that all men and women were equal in the eyes of God and should listen to their “inner light” or conscience to guide their spiritual connection with God and the Bible. Their four main tenets were simplicity, truth, equality,…

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True Feminine Bliss

True Feminine Bliss

This has been the feminist mantra since feminism reared its ugly head many, many years ago. I sure wish I knew what TV shows and magazines were framing being a wife and mother as “some sort of feminine ideal bliss.” I sure can’t find any these days, can you? TV shows and magazines strictly portray the bliss of being in the workforce, working for a paycheck, and being independent. There’s only a few like me who encourage women to marry,…

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