“The female part of every congregation have an influence which cannot be defined nor resisted. For the most part, this influence is as just in its award, as it is sovereign in its sway.”
Archives for October 2011
For we judge between the plate that is unclean and the plate that is clean, saying first, if the plate is clean, then you shall have dessert. But of the unclean plate, the laws are these:
Two sons. Same father, different mothers. Only one inherited the promise.
Paul’s relationship with the Galatians teaches us 5 principles of biblical leadership.
Neither churches nor families are teaching 20-somethings that marriage is the adventure – except in our Perfect Union class.
How do you evaluate whether a particular interpretation hits the mark of authorial intent?
Some of us may be choking on cutesy things, but many of us are working towards a model of serious bible study and discipleship.
The law teaches us that we are sinful and we need a savior. But having learned that lesson, we should graduate from law-keeping to the maturity of faith.
Not only is it important to have an intentional, deliberate approach to female discipleship, it is necessary for a healthy church community.
When you wake up each day do you see yourself as a child of promise or a slave to a deal?