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Stop Believing the Lies

Stop Believing the Lies

🔥 Written by @bernadinebluntly on Instagram 🔥 You’ve been lied to. 🔥 The future is not female. Men are not oppressors. The patriarchy is not the ultimate evil. Marriage is not a trap. 🔥 Submission is not abuse. Children are not the death of you. Abortion is not “healthcare.” Doing “whatever you want” is not freedom. Sex is never casual (never). And gender is not fluid. 🔥 Traditional values are not outdated. Progressivism is not progress. Gender roles are not…

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The Sinister Worldview Behind the Social Justice Movement

The Sinister Worldview Behind the Social Justice Movement

Voddie Baucham’s new book “Fault Lines” was being reviewed on Twitter, and I liked what I saw, so I bought it. He began the book by sharing of his upbringing. He was raised by a single mother in a place filled with crime and gangs in Los Angeles. He eventually wound up in Texas and came to believe in the Lord Jesus Christ. Once married and with children, he moved to Africa to explore his roots. Here’s an excerpt that…

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Being a Keeper at Home After the Kids Fly the Coop

Being a Keeper at Home After the Kids Fly the Coop

There’s nothing I wanted to do more than be a keeper at home as I was growing up and before marriage. Thankfully, I became one after my second child was born 36 years ago. Many women ask me if they should go back to work once their children are raised. I sure don’t think so! I am available to help my family and others because I am home. One of my daughters and her family needed a ride to the…

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The Beauty of a Meek and Quiet Spirit

The Beauty of a Meek and Quiet Spirit

Godly women are commanded to have meek and quiet spirits. I have written about this before and have a chapter of it in my book “Biblical Womanhood A Study Guide.” It’s something that we need to be reminded of on a regular basis since having a meek and quiet spirit is the opposite of what women are being taught these days. “But let it be the hidden man of the heart, in that which is not corruptible, even the ornament…

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Many Handle the Word Deceitfully

Many Handle the Word Deceitfully

“Therefore seeing we have this ministry, as we have received mercy, we faint not; But have renounced the hidden things of dishonesty, not walking in craftiness, nor handling the word of God deceitfully” (2 Corinthians 4:1,2). Many handle the word of God deceitfully. I teach women to be modest as God commands. “In like manner also, that women adorn themselves in modest apparel, with shamefacedness and sobriety; not with broided hair, or gold, or pearls, or costly array” (1 Timothy…

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Women’s Ministries as Pestilence

Women’s Ministries as Pestilence

Written By Doug Wilson When it comes to sexual role relationships in the church today, we are so far gone that if we all got back to the status of “severely compromised,” more than a few people would call it a great reformation. One of our issues is the result of our gradual dismissal of biblically-assigned roles for men and women. We have done the same with creational roles, along with traditional roles, saying that they are all simply “outdated…

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How Did Your Parent’s Marriage Impact Your Marriage?

How Did Your Parent’s Marriage Impact Your Marriage?

Whether we like to admit it or not, our parent’s marriage impacted our marriages for good or bad. It’s the greatest model we had in our childhoods of what a marriage should look like. Taking on the good things to our own marriage is good and unlearning the bad things is vital to a healthy marriage. I asked the women in the chat room to share what they had learned from their parent’s marriage and how it impacted them. I…

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She Regrets Not Having a Career

She Regrets Not Having a Career

All she wanted to be was a homemaker so after she married, she stayed home full time even before having children but now regrets it. She wishes she would have finished college, so she could have in a steady income, paid down debt, and saved more money. She wished she had a career to fall back on. She allowed “faulty theologies and ideologies rule over reality and reason.” First of all, she wished she would have finished college, but then…

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Feminism Has Made Life Harder For Women

Feminism Has Made Life Harder For Women

“Russians by and large adhere to relatively strict gender roles: women are expected to dress well and take care of themselves, to want many babies, to act as the center of the household, and to be very ladylike, while men are expected to carry all the financial responsibility, protect the honor of their women, carry heavy loads, and drive the car.” This is from an article called Why Do Most Russian Women Hate Feminism. “The obvious question here is: how…

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Are You a Sports Fish or a Keeper?

Are You a Sports Fish or a Keeper?

Suzanne Venker wrote the following on her Facebook page recently: “In Steve Harvey’s book, Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man, he writes that men fish for women but can only catch what they’re able to reel in. ‘Men will treat women like one of two things: a sports fish or a keeper. A sports fish doesn’t have any rules, requirements, respect for herself, or guidelines; and we men can pick up her scent a mile away. She’s the…

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