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Fierce and Independent Godly Women?

Fierce and Independent Godly Women?

Written By Israel Wayne I recently heard a famous Christian woman introducing a group of Christian celebrities to a stage. Her commendation was that they were all “fierce” and “independent” women. “Fierce” sounds kind of scary to me. “Brave” is good; “courageous” is good, but I think I’d dial back the “fierce” part. But maybe that’s just me. I tend to think of a “Karen” when I think of a “fierce” woman, and it’s not very attractive in my mind….

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Daily Wisdom For Biblical Womanhood

Daily Wisdom For Biblical Womanhood

Years ago, I used to publish handwritten posts on all of my social media sites. Some of you may remember them. Women asked me if I would make a book out of them, so we paid a woman in the chat room to type them all out for me. This sat in my file for a few years. Recently, I decided to put the book together as something that women could read daily to encourage them on their walk as…

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She Was Saved From False Teaching!

She Was Saved From False Teaching!

Written By Jayme Lawson A long while back when I was a carnal Christian and swept up in the culture, worldly entertainment, a sinful life, false teachings, and worldly ideas, I was a Pharisee, but didn’t know it. And I had a charismatic self-righteous bone to pick with a woman named Lori. For weeks, I judged this lady and ranted about her and her website. I was very upset with her and criticized her, but thought I was defending women,…

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What Can Women Do in the Church?

What Can Women Do in the Church?

Written By Pastor Joseph Spurgeon A FB friend recently commented that they only hear about what women can’t do in church then what they can do. Here is my response: The Bible has both prohibitions and affirmations. The negatives – I do not permit a woman to speak or exercise authority- actually serve several purposes. One, they protect the God-created order for family, civil, and ecclesiastical life. Two, they protect the woman. Three, they enable men and women to do…

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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

Satanic Feminism Inverts the Order

Satanic Feminism Inverts the Order

“Satanic feminism inverts the order. Fallen women crave power. Fallen women lead the charge. Fallen women flaunt their beauty. Fallen women dominate the men.” (Four Features of a Godly Woman by Anthony Wood) Biblical womanhood brings back God’s order. Godly women don’t crave power. They don’t want to rule their husbands. They don’t want to be CEOs, political leaders, or even the president. They know that God’s created order was for men to be the ones in leadership. They don’t…

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Finding Books that Promote Biblical Womanhood

Finding Books that Promote Biblical Womanhood

Most TV shows, movies, and books exalt feminism and the feminist agenda. My husband told me today that on Fox News, there were four women extolling the “virture” of being able to do it all. One had just had a baby, and they were all congratulating her on being back to work full time. See, women can do it all, they claimed. One man tried to convince them otherwise, but I am sure the women saw him as a misogynist….

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The Remaking of Biblical Womanhood

The Remaking of Biblical Womanhood

Beth Allison Barr has degrees from higher institutions of education and a high-powered career. When she had small children, she was asked if she was going to homeschool them. Well, this greatly offended her as if all she was created to do was be a wife and mother. Therefore, she wrote an entire book explaining away God’s will for women in order to fit her lifestyle. Instead of molding her life into the Bible, she molded the Bible into her…

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Women Being Shorn and Quiet in the Churches

Women Being Shorn and Quiet in the Churches

Last week, I shared this message and this graphic on my Facebook page. “This is a page from Debi Pearl’s book ‘Created to Be His Help Meet.’ ALL women’s Bible studies should consist of older, godly women teaching young women the doctrines of Biblical Womanhood listed on this page. Do you realize how much stronger marriages in the churches would be? How much more loved, disciplined, and trained children would be? How much more young women would enjoy homemaking and…

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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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