Quoting Quiverfull: Laboring Not in Vain?

by Michelle Kauenhofen of Above Rubies Womens Daily Devotionals DEAR FELLOW MOTHER,When you feel worn out, exhausted, taken advantage of, under appreciated and not acknowledged, remember this. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: True Love Waits is Satanic?

by Vaughn Ohlman from Perservero News A friend passed me on a link to an incredibly popular post on marriage… knowing that I write on such things. And I read it, and wanted to cry (It’s Ok. I didn’t actually cry. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Woman, It’s STILL Your Fault Maybe?

From yesterday's Quoting Quiverfull by Nathaniel Darnell  on Persevero News. This is a comment that the writer of the piece Nathaniel Darnell made to a divorced homeschooling momma's question in the comments. I am sorry to hear that your husband has divorced you. This is a shame. Even so, however, my statement is still true as I explain below. … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Not “Properly” Homeschooling Your Children

by Nathaniel Darnell crossposted at Persevero News Today many “homeschoolers” only teach their children academics at home. Many “homeschoolers” over-delegate the actual training time to other people. These families are failing to follow God’s design for family training, particularly if they are not personally directing biblical instruction … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Full Quivers?

by Colin Campbell from Meat For Men Nations and churches that willfully refuse to fill their quivers with young men and women, trained as sharp polished arrows, will stand ashamed before their enemies, whether they be physical or spiritual. The sad thing is that God is more than willing to provide us with arrows, but we are too deceived to receive them. … [Read more...]

Review: I Fired God: My Life Inside–and Escape from–the Secret World of the Independent Fundamental Baptist Cult by Jocelyn Zichterman

by Calulu When I first received this book I chuckled over the title, “I Fired God” because it seemed both humorous and sacrilegious at the same time. Firing God? How is it even possible? I quickly found out that the author should have fired her IFB God much sooner. Before reading "I Fired God" my only knowledge of the IFB was last summer's sexual abuse incident involving IFB Pastor Jack Schaap , and the writings of former IFB Pastor Bruce Gerencser. Jocelyn … [Read more...]

Quoting Quiverfull: Pouring Into?

by Voddie Baucham in film Return of the Daughters“I don’t know why we allow ourselves to be poured into the world’s mold that somehow says to go out and pour your life into a stranger … [Read more...]

The Sickness of “Faith Healing”

by Becoming Worldly First off, let me say I have no problem with prayers for sick or hurting people. You want to pray about an injury or illness? Go for it. Want to request prayers or offer to pray? Go ahead on that too. I’m cool with it. You can pray for me too if you’d like, anytime. … [Read more...]

Jinger Duggar Wants Out?

Radar Online has been having a long series of Duggar related articles through the years. They posted again about Jinger Duggar's desire to be in the big city and put up a clip of the Duggar girls speculating on what type of men they would want as husbands. Sounds like they've been reading Debi Pearl's "Created To Be His Help Meet" … [Read more...]

Daughter of the Patriarchy: epilogue: What does leaving fundamentalism look like?

by SierraOccasionally, I get asked whether or not I ever actually left my old fundamentalist church. My story on No Longer Quivering followed my journey up to the first year of college. I’ve wrestled with how to explain what happened in a proper narrative form, because the circumstances that led to my cutting ties completely with the church ranged from financial to emotional to practical to ideological. There’s not a clear, linear story from here on out, just a constellation. But I’ve decided that it’s high time to tie up the loose ends and explain how, exactly, I cut and run.When I first went to college, my mother still picked me up for our weekly drive to church. In fact, the first … [Read more...]


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