Quoting Quiverfull: New World Order?

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by Steven L. Anderson from Faithful Word Baptist Church - "Our Daily Bread" Promotes New World Order Someone mailed me a recent issue of our daily bread(sic), and on the devotion for Day 1 it states that Jesus Christ came to announce a "New World Order." … [Read more...]

Seven Signs of Spiritual Abuse

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by Boze Herrington cross posted from his blog The Talking Llama (Please welcome Boze to NLQ and the Spiritual Abuse Survivor Blogs Network! He's an awesome addition!) For about five years during and after college I was trapped in a dangerous Charismatic religious community. Living in a spiritually abusive environment is like a nightmare that you can’t wake out of. It can be hard to tell right from wrong, left from right. The people you trust the most could betray you at … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Stockpiling?

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by Zsuzsanna Anderson of Faithful Word Baptist Church and Are They All Yours blog -  Q & A Answers Part 2 Growing up, I was taught the pre-trib rapture. After looking at scripture with my husband, I've come to realize how false it is. I can see why people want to believe in in because knowing my children may live through terrible persecution scares me when I allow myself to think about it. How do you deal with this? Just not think about it? … [Read more...]

Millipede Part 37 How Did I Get Here? Part 8

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by Millipede She notices little things at first. She notices how husbands relate to their wives in public settings. Compared to "worldly" husbands, patriarchal husbands to be quite frank seem rude or even mean to their wives. In fact, they think nothing of rebuking their wives in front of other people. Unlike couples in the outside … [Read more...]

The Beautiful Girlhood Doll ~ Part 4: Enthusiasm & Industry

by Libby Anne   Proverbs tells us that a virtuous woman "works with her hands with delight," and "does not eat the bread of idleness." The truly beautiful girl is one who sees her life as a mission of service. What others view as a burden, she views as a blessing and opportunity. I was nothing if not hard working. I often completed all of my school work before lunch, so that I could then turn to reading, sewing, or any of a number of other hobbies. School was something I excelled at, and my parents were proud of me. I studied advanced science and math and loved learning languages. Of course, as much as my parents valued academics, I knew there were other areas a young woman must excel in … [Read more...]


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