The blog gives a more in-depth look into some of the topics we're wrestling with as Christian women—from questions about cultural changes and politics to personal life and theology.
People have many different reasons for believing this about the KJV, and we delve into the history and theology of the matter to see if there’s any truth to the KJV-only way of thinking.
We’re excited to speak with Pastor James Coates, who thankfully has been released from jail after refusing to comply with Canada’s COVID-19 guidelines. Authorities in Edmonton, Alberta, demanded that Pastor Coates stop holding his church service at full capacity, but he found that to be in violation of his duty to God and the church congregation
The Association of Christian Schools International has partnered with UnifiED. UnifiED is a group that seems wholly Christian on the outside, but after a little digging, it’s clear that the group is pushing critical race theory in education. The group has ties to James Cone, a black liberation theologian whose ideas fit very well with modern critical race theory.
We talk about the drama surrounding self-help author Rachel Hollis, as well as a few other crazy things we’re seeing from progressive Christianity. The problem with these self-help gurus is that if your problems are originating from inside yourself, you need to turn to something outside yourself for help. Specifically, God.
Vaccine passports: what they are, and what they could mean for our freedom. Some countries already have vaccine programs in place, requiring people to show proper documentation in order to participate in daily life. It doesn’t take a genius to see that this is a very dark path.
Progressive Christians on Twitter were as active as ever, offering their wrong opinions on how Easter and Jesus’ resurrection are actually about being anti-capitalist, or anti-racist, or something. These are aspects of liberation theology, a wholly un-biblical way of looking at the Bible.
It’s almost Good Friday, so of course we’re aware of the best news of all: the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. But there’s some good news on Earth, too. The Left is trying to push its ideology in school, but there are lots of organizations popping up whose mission is to oppose things like critical race theory in school.
We go over the Derek Chauvin trial and the tragic events that led up to it. We also look at some of the statistics that reveal the truth about police brutality in the United States.
We talk about Georgia and the changes to election law that Governor Brian Kemp and Republicans are pushing through. The GOP says that the new rules will make elections more secure, but Democrats like Stacey Abrams are saying the opposite, that this will only make voter suppression worse.
While it’s true this is an example of our society’s rapid moral decline, it’s also possible to see this in an encouraging light. We Christians know that God can use anything, even something evil or ridiculous (or both, like these shoes), to demonstrate his glory and bring people closer to him.