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.
We take stock of what’s going on in America under Biden. Seems like nothing is going well and progressive Christians aren’t getting anything they wanted from the new administration, especially when it comes to the southern border and abortion policy.
Another mass shooting — this one in Boulder, Colorado — was originally called an act of white supremacy until it was reported that the shooter isn’t white. Plus, talking to Cam Edwards, host of the “Bearing Arms” podcast, about the more technical side of things: What gun was used? What category is it in? What laws do Dems want to pass, and would those laws have prevented the tragedy in Boulder? What are some real solutions to this disturbing problem?
First, South Dakota governor Kristi Noem’s decision to backtrack on legislation that would protect girls’ and women’s sports. Then, Kelsey talks about the PRO Act, a piece of federal legislation that would make working as a freelancer or independent contractor unnecessarily difficult.
We discuss a heavy topic: the horrific shooting in Atlanta last week, the allegations of white supremacy surrounding the situation, and the truth behind the alleged rise in anti-Asian hate crimes. As Christians, we know each life has infinite value because we are all image bearers of God, regardless of our skin color.
We discuss the growing border crisis happening under the Biden administration. It’s recently been revealed that thousands more migrants are coming to the U.S. than previously thought. Christians on the Left often quote Exodus to “prove” why America should have open borders or more progressive immigration law. This, however, is a misreading of the verse. To talk more about the border crisis, Daniel Horowitz joins the show.
We talk about a few news stories about women, as well as discussing the biblical idea of womanhood.
Pope Francis just made headlines for affirming the biblical definition of marriage. This has put him at odds with progressives, who only deign to tolerate Christianity so long as it doesn’t interfere with their politics. We also discuss psychology professor and author Jordan Peterson and his recent comments on Jesus and religion.
We discuss recent comments by Tim Keller, famous theologian and pastor, on how he is dealing with the finality of earthly life. We also discuss his take on Christian nationalism and how Pastor Keller gets a few things wrong here. What is really the bigger danger to America, Marxism or capitalism? Lastly, we’ll bring up a curriculum in California that’s making headlines for asking students to chant to an ancient Aztec god.
We speak with Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul about his recent legislative victory, which prevented Planned Parenthood from receiving Payment Protection Plan money that it really didn’t qualify for. We also have an update on Pastor James Coates. In the same city where Pastor Coates is in jail for holding church services at full capacity, yet another sex offender has been released into the community.
First, we discuss recent comments made by John MacArthur about religious freedom. Then, we briefly address Beth Moore leaving the Southern Baptist Convention. And, it was disappointing to see elements of critical race theory and other aspects of leftist social justice creeping into IF:Gathering, a conference for Christian women.