Quoting Quiverfull: Repent?

by artist Kelvin Mann of New Zealand

by Kevin Swanson from Generations With Vision - Friendly Fire Occasionally, people ask us if we get any push back from the world out there because of our strong calls to faith in Christ and repentance of the socially-acceptable sins of the day. Those Christians who support the murder of children in the uterus, and promote sexual decadence, and work to undermine the biblical order of the family and oppose our efforts are on the increase. … [Read more...]

Call Me Maybe – The Dumb Song That Made Me Cry

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by Joe Sands cross posted from his blog Incongruous Circumspection So, I want to tell you a story. A story of hope. A story of looking back in life and weeping. Looking forward and seeing hope for the children of mine, given to me through the wonders of humanity's ability to It was the summer of 2012. Call Me Maybe swept the United States, captivating the attention of every person below the age of fourteen. The song was dumb. Pointless. Bubble gum pop-y. Tried and true (translation: boring) lyrics. Sung by a lovely young woman, yet a complete waste of time. Unless, of course, you like your music in small doses of sugary substances, digesting it quickly, and feeling hungry for more … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Unplug That IPod?

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by Nancy Campbell at Above Rubies -Zealous or Apathetic? It grieves my heart to see so many young people from Christian homes who are apathetic toward the things of God. They confess they are Christians, but they have more desire for worldly things than pursuing God. They'd rather watch movies than read God's Word. In fact, most of them hardly know anything of the Scriptures. They spend every spare moment on their iPod, iPhone, and texting but have little thought for God. … [Read more...]

Church Statistics and Abuse

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by Samantha Field cross posted from her blog Defeating The Dragons [trigger warning for child sexual abuse, rape, domestic violence] I’m not entirely sure when it happened, but from the reading I’ve been doing, sometime in the last 30 or so years there’s been a subtle shift in how churches talk about growth. What my reading tells me is that this is at least somewhat connected to the rise of the “mega church,” with it becoming impossible for pastoral staffs to simply look around their churches and understand who their congregation is. … [Read more...]

CTBHHM: How To Cook To Please Your Husband

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by Libby Anne cross posted from her blog Love Joy Feminism Created To Be His Help Meet, pp. 149—154 Remember that Debi just got through shaming Jill for not being able to balance sick kids and getting dinner ready at time. Well, Debi’s about to explain to Jill just how she could have Done Everything Right. Because women’s true role is in the kitchen, dontcha know. The Assignment … [Read more...]

Bill Gothard: When People Know…and Do Nothing

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by Libby Anne cross posted from her blog Love Joy Feminism (Editor's note: You may notice that we are featuring two of Libby Anne's posts on one day. It's because here on Valentine's Day I am celebrating Love For Libby Anne day as well. She's always thoughtful, articulate and well-written. If you're not acquainted with her many excellent posts I would encourage you to spent some time in the next few days reading through her archives. We love you Libby Anne!) … [Read more...]

The World I Dream Of

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by Boze Herrington cross posted from his blog The Talking Llama I dream of a world… - where women are not shamed because of their bodies, where men can take responsibility for their own sins rather than trying to oppress and control others. - where those who are bravely trying to expose abuse and injustice within an organization are no longer accused of slander and publicly shamed by those who claim to speak on behalf of God. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Nation Building?

Napoleon, a Nation-Builder but not quite what Nancy Campbell has in mind

by Nancy Campbell from Above Rubies - You Are a Nation Builder Mother, you are a nation builder. You build and strengthen the nation as you embrace motherhood. It is mothers who determine the destiny of the nation. When mothers vacate the home and childbearing the nation weakens. When mothers come back to the home with a vision to raise godly children they strengthen the nation. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Ten Reasons Swanson Likes to Homeschool

by Kevin Swanson speaking at a Homeschooling Conference Comments open below … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Finding Mr. Right

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by Ladies Against Feminism - Advice To Young Ladies - Pick The Right Man A good woman will have no interest in flattering a man’s vanity and a good man will have no interest having his vanity flattered and little interest in those who seek to flatter him. He knows to well that vanity is the enemy of his virtue which comes by way of His duty to God. A good man will not give up his sense of duty for a woman who will so often misrepresent what a good man truly is with her flattery. A good man looks for a woman who … [Read more...]


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