Dear Abby,

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“If we allow some children to die because of certain circumstances, then we become eugenecists. No better than Hitler.” – Abby Johnson

Prodigal Children, Weakness & Our Hope

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I remember when my children were small, and I would hear older parents ask for prayer for their children not walking with the Lord. And I could see this would grieve them greatly. I would hear them in the peripheral of conversations. In my immaturity, I would think they must have done something wrong. In my immaturity I could not …

Let Me Be A Woman by Elisabeth Elliot

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The first woman was made specifically for the first man, a helper, to meet, respond to, surrender to, and complement him. God made her from the man, out of his very bone, and then He brought her tothe man. When Adam named Eve, he accepted responsibility to “husband” her—to provide for her, to cherish her, to protect her. These two people together represent …

A Woman’s Mandate by Elisabeth Elliot

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When speaking to a group of pastors’ wives I learned that 80 percent of them were working full time outside of the home. I was shocked. Is it wrong for a pastor’s wife—or any other wife—to have a job? There is another question that should be asked first: Has God said anything about women’s work? The consensus among Christians seems to be …

Cultivating A Heart for Godliness

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It is so easy to fall into the trend that is so prevalent today in the world, to put down men for being immature little boys, trying to escape responsibilities. To listen to women, say, “where are all the good men”? While it is true there is a big problem today with what is called “The Peter Pan Syndrome” a …

A Review: Beyond Authority and Submission

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Review courtesy of Sovereign King Church. (This is a book review I left on Amazon for Rachel Millers book “Beyond Authority and Submission.” ) Rachel Miller’s main proposition in her book “Beyond Authority and Submission” is that the church has adopted pagan views of sexuality to enforce patriarchy causing women to be relegated to the sphere of the home.  Mrs. …

Do The Next Thing

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Years ago, Elisabeth Elliot (1926-2015) popularized an old poem—the commonsense simplicity and clarity of which have encouraged many anxious and weary saints.❤️❤️❤️ From an old English parsonage down by the seaThere came in the twilight a message to me;Its quaint Saxon legend, deeply engraven,Hath, it seems to me, teaching from Heaven.And on through the doors the quiet words ringLike a …