Quoting Quiverfull: Polished Arrows?

by Colin Campbell of Meat For Men - Biblical Fatherhood--The Great Need Of The Word Part 4 THE BIBLICAL FATHER SEES HIS CHILDREN AS ARROWS2) POLISHED ARROWS continuedThe nation needs polished arrows, especially in these current times. … [Read more...]

The Parenting Project – Adulthood Part 2

Pushing back the submission deadline to Monday December 3, 2012 but if you want to submit after that time frame we'll get your answers up and published as soon as possible. This is the last segment. Posting of the answers will start shortly after the 3rd. Thanks again for participating! … [Read more...]

The Parenting Project – Adulthood Part 1

Update: Since it's taking  longer than anticipated to get the questions up the deadline for mailing them to CaluluNLQ@gmail.com has been pushed back until December 1st, 2012. Please consider participating in all or part of this project! Thanks for considering it.Today's questions are … [Read more...]

The Parenting Project – Teen Years

The next set of questions for the Parenting Project has to do with how you were parented as a teenager and how that affected your future parenting.1. Did the type of parenting or discipline change as you moved into your teenage years?2. Were you rebellious as a teen? How did your parents react to your … [Read more...]

The Parenting Project: School & Parenting

If you'd like to participate in the Parenting Project please take a look at the Introduction and Childhood Questions.Today's questions deal with the way you were parented or disciplined during your school years and your parents interaction with the school rules. Were they on board with the ways in which your teachers tried to make you behave and educate you? … [Read more...]

The Parenting Project: Childhood Part 1

Here's the next set of questions for the Parenting Project. They deal with the type of parenting you received from your own parents and while you were at school. I hope you're consider joining this project and sharing what you know about parenting. Again, only answer as much as you feel comfortable doing. I know some will have had childhood experiences of the type that might trigger just by thinking back to your childhood.To everyone participating thank you!Introduction Questions ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 1. What type of parenting style and/or discipline did your parents follow? 2. Was their parenting/discipline style something that their church taught or … [Read more...]

The Parenting Project – Introduction

by CaluluA while back Libby Anne from Love, Joy Feminism had a inspired idea to run a series on her blog called Raised Quiverfull. The way it worked if you're not familiar with it was that she posted a list of questions asking readers to write in and share what life was like being raised in a Quiverfull Patriarchy Fundamentalist home. An impressive array of folks responded to her multi part questionnaire and it made for some of the most revealing and interesting reading on the subject of Quiverfull.Then Sierra came up with the theme of The Sexuality Project on her blog the phoenix and olive branch. Open to anyone that wished to participate that had been involved with the world of … [Read more...]

Toddlerhood: Part 1

by Mari Davie Somewhere between my first and second birthdays, I got hair. Like, actual hair. I sported that reddish fuzz for roughly 19 months. Then, all of a sudden, I had two little boy cousins, another brother and…. hair. Soft, blonde, wavy hair.But my hair isn’t that important in this chapter.Let’s talk about David.David was born 2 years, 2 weeks and 2 days after me. I have an adorable picture of me holding that bundle of irritation for the first time. I loved that baby! I’ve been told that when Grandma was going to change his pants one day, I said, “NO! I’m going to do it! He’s MY brother.”I was two.It didn’t take me too long to figure out that MY brother was nothi … [Read more...]

Steadfast Daughters in a Quivering World ~ Part 6: Soul-Binding

[Note: this series is dedicated to Quivering Daughtersby the former-Quiverfull moms at No Longer Quivering.]by DaisyMy name is Daisy.I am a good person...but I was a bad parent.Tragically, by choosing QF/patriarchal fundamentalist methodology as the pattern for my home, believing that it would provide the very best insurance against messing up with parenthood, I messed up. I messed up badly. I hurt my kids and, worse, I silenced them when they tried to tell me about it. Criticizing your parents is, of course, disrespectful and therefore opening a dangerous door that may lead a child ultimately to rebelling against God - and as I believed that put my child in danger of hellfire, of … [Read more...]


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