Quoting Quiverfull: Unrighteous Education?

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by Colin Campbell of Meat For MenMen, sending our children to be educated by the unrighteous should cause us serious concern. Not only are (sic-missing word) subjected to the liberal agenda which is pro-abortion, pro-homosexual, anti-Christian values, and out-lawing prayer and the Bible, but many of their classmates are from homes that have broken morals and are drug infected. … [Read more...]

Fascinating Womanhood Review: Happiness

 by Samantha Fields cross posted from her blog Defeating The Dragons  So, it’s been a little while since we’ve delved into Helen Andelin’s world. We’re about halfway through the book, and we’ve reached the point where we’re going to start seeing a lot more ridiculous statements. On one hand, it makes it easier for me to demonstrate the absurdity of her beliefs– at times, all I’d have to do is quote what she says and even the most die-hard Vision Forum devotee would roll their eyes– but on the other hand, that makes it seem that what Helen’s promoting is so outdated that no one accepts it anymore.  That is, unfortunately, not true. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Opposite Sex Friendships?

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by Jonathan Lindvall from the Bold Christian Living Yahoo Group   Do you have any ministry for teens/young people (and their parents) about   leaving a romantic relationship because it wasn't God's time yet, how to leave   that relationship and how to pursue that previous friendship as a "friendship   and sister/brother in Christ" rather than the previous romantic interest? (I   do hope I am clear - please let me know if I am not.) … [Read more...]

ATI’s Bill Gothard Sexually Harrassed ATI Workers?

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by CaluluFor the past few days I've been reading through the accounts by ladies who'd worked with Bill Gothard, ATI's founder and venerated head, over at Recovered Grace. They all give very similar versions of their time with Bill, being inappropriately touched, and treated with a creepy flirtatiousness. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Huge Responsibility Weighing On You?

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by Nancy Campbell of Above Rubies - The Price of Greatness is Responsibility When a new baby is born and we take this precious life into our arms, we are not only overcome with awe and delight, but the enormity of the task that lies ahead. We are responsibility for keeping this little life alive. We have to nurse, nourish, love, protect, care for and train this child until they one day leave our home. Even then we'll never stop praying for them. Even then, their trials and challenges, are still our concerns. Have you felt this weight of responsibility weighing upon you? It is always there, even in the midst of the joys, isn't it? … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Does This Sound Like Love?

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by Scott Brown at Ladies Against Feminism - Loving the Law God's Way February is a month when we focus on love. How is love defined and understood? Hollywood says it’s defined by license, narcissism and self-fulfilment. What do you say?Gather your children around and listen to this important sermon as Scott Brown teaches us how to build strong families and teach others as part of the great commision(sic). Scott Brown clarifies how to lawfully use the law. Shedding light on questions about justification, commandment keeping, cultural warfare & transformation, building discernment, the offense the law brings and more. … [Read more...]

Did I Divorce the Church?

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by Lana Hope cross posted from her blog Wide Open GroundLaura Parker is one of my favorite bloggers. Fact: her blog is one of the best Christian blogs around. Laura paints and tells stories in such convincing tones.Her post today “Bride and Divoce” grasped my attention. Here’s an excerpt. If the Church is really the Bride, I’ll admit I’ve wanted a divorce for a few years now.  … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Putting Off Marriage To Get An Education?

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by Kelly Crawford from Generation Cedar - Why We Should Encourage Our Children to Marry Young We could have the talk about the unnecessary hype of college but that would take too long. If we could understand that college may be necessary for highly specialized vocations, but generally, not necessary for a good education and training in most vocations, we would begin the process of demoting the college degree from some idolized status. It is now, especially in our highly technological age, only one of many ways to a higher education, not the least of which is laborious and expensive. … [Read more...]

Fitting In (Or Not)

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by Kristin Rosser cross posted from her blog Wordgazer's WordsIt seems like I've spent most of my life until recently trying to fit in, and worrying about not fitting in. When I was young, like most kids who aren't into sports, fashion or other aspects of mainstream culture, I looked for alternate groups to belong to-- and found them in high school through band and the speech team, and eventually, in the church. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Addicted To Peer Interaction?

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by Jonathan Lindvall on the Yahoo Bold Christian Living Group - As many of you know, the Lord has granted me the privilege to encourage a small, but growing number of saints in India to homeschool their children. (My family will be going with me for an extended time of ministry there from December through February.) One father who has just begun homeschooling his daughter wrote me this week with an interesting concern. He subsequently gave me permission to share his note and my response. He wrote: … [Read more...]


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