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When Your “Sincerely Held Religious Belief” is Not Ok

Hardly a week goes by when I run into someone who says its “ok” if they believe being Gay is “abnormal” or “sinful.” “You have your opinion and I have mine.” “What’s wrong with having an opinion?” As one gentleman recently told me “…nothing wrong with being of the opinion that it is abnormal. 1,505 more words

Christianity

What they don't tell you about headship.....Part 1.

I’ve been reflecting on my journey as a head lately….thinking back through the last five years that I have been in post at my current school. 773 more words

A Discussion on Christian Feminism

A discussion on feminism, leadership, gender, marriage,  preaching, the Bible and the church…with Nick Franks on his vlog….I hope you enjoy it…value your comments (feel free to let me know where I am wrong!)… 13 more words

Christian Living

Headship tomorrow and headship yesterday, but never headship today.

“The rule is, jam to-morrow and jam yesterday—but never jam to-day.”
“It must come sometimes to ‘jam to-day,’” Alice objected.
“No, it ca’n’t,” said the Queen.

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Traditional Conservatives

The Neck that Turns the Head...

Read – 1 Kings 21
Focus on verse 27

A man was bragging to a friend who was newly married about how in his own marriage, he was the head of the home. 404 more words

Daily Devotional

Domestic Violence in the Church

I hope and pray that this article about domestic violence will  spark a conversation with leaders in churches.

I found that DV was a topic that was rarely, if ever, discussed within the church context. 2,199 more words

Wednesday What Is It?

1. Ephesians 5 and the submission of the wife

There has long been controversy over Ephesians 5:15-33 and the question of the submission of a wife to her husband. With so much media attention (rightly) focused on pay gaps between the sexes and abusive and exploitative behaviour towards women in society, resistance to the idea that women ought to submit to their husbands is only likely to grow. 1,389 more words

Bible