Encouraging Your Husband: Part 4 Respect

This is a series looking at the marriage advice given in Nancy Campbell’s book ‘How to Encourage Your Husband’.While packing for a move I have turned up are books, terrible idiotic books filled with toxic advice. One of those books is by Nancy Campbell of Above Rubies ‘How to Encourage Your Husband’. I think I ended up with this book in the aftermath of leaving my old church, given to me by one of my former friends … [Read more...]

Encouraging Your Husband – Part 2 – Respect

This is a series looking at the marriage advice given in Nancy Campbell's book 'How to Encourage Your Husband'.While packing for a move I have turned up are books, terrible idiotic books filled with toxic advice. One of those books is by Nancy Campbell of Above Rubies ‘How to Encourage Your Husband’. I think I ended up with this book in the aftermath of leaving my old church, given to me by one of my former friends that thought it would ‘help’ my marriage since in her eyes my husband leaving our old church meant that I wasn’t doing my job of wife well enough. Reading through this book now I cannot help but laugh at some of the suggestions. The book is entirely written by commenters and co … [Read more...]

The Power of the Transformed Woman – Chapter 5 – Smile, Cook and Put Out?

by Suzanne TitkemeyerWe left Lori Alexander last time proclaiming that men were God on earth and trying to shame those that have plastic surgery. Quite the strange juxtaposition!This chapter is named 'What Submission Looks Like' and she starts out by describing her own personal original ideas of submission that failed her so miserably. … [Read more...]

Preparing To Be A Help Meet: The King Part 3

by Mel cross posted from her blog When Cows and Kids CollideSo much toxicity in FOUR paragraphs.   "A good King sees the bigger picture and strives to help the greatest number, even if it costs him his life and the lives of those he loves."  Remember in the Gospel where Jesus throws Peter in front of the guards who came to arrest him?  Or the time Jesus made it out of the temple after challenging the money-changers by blaming his brothers? Don't remember those?  Me either.  That's because Jesus NEVER sacrificed the lives of those he loved. Let's compare Debi's take with some quotes from the Catechism of the Catholic Church: … [Read more...]