If you are the woman in the household, your God-given task is to manage your household. And your household then becomes the city on the hill, the light to the dark world.
So here’s how a real wife, mom, daughter, woman, studies the Bible in 2017.
I truly believe that if there is a women’s ministry director out there who is wanting to disciple instead of distract, train instead of treat, and edify and educate instead of entertain, this book will be monumentally helpful.
Now we have real work to do: the ordinary, every day, hard work of sanctification that bears the fruit of righteousness that affects those around us.
Again, this is a verse completely taken out of context and used to give false hope to countless women desperate for the real Truth that only Christ can bring.
Merriam-Webster defines shame as “a feeling of guilt, regret, or sadness that you have because you know you have done something wrong.”
One of the loudest arguments feminists and egalitarians use against complementarians is the idea that being a stay-at-home wife or mother is a byproduct of privilege. In fact, during last week’s Twitter brou ha ha over the Council of Biblical Manhood and Womanhood’s conference in Louisville, I saw that argument used over and over again:… Continue reading The (myth of) Privilege of Stay at Home Motherhood
“Go therefore and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, teaching them to observe all that I commanded you; and lo, I am with you always, even to the end of the age.” – Matthew 28:19-20 Yesterday, Resurrection Sunday, I drove… Continue reading Women & Ministry
This past Sunday, our Pastor preached out of Mark 5. Specifically, he read Mark 5:24-34. I encourage you to look it up in your own Bible and read it, but the summary is this: Jesus has been teaching, and He is surrounded by huge crowds. They are pressing in around Him. Amongst the crowd… Continue reading Theology Thursday: Mark 5:24-34
Goodness it has been forever! Let’s see… Sleeping is improving, thank God. I think we have hit upon the right combo of medications and daily physical activity. Little Man takes (generic) Zantac (one dose about an hour before bed), a dose of (generic) claritin about thirty minutes after that, and a few doses of Hyland’s… Continue reading Time Flies!!