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Ex-gays

Here is something I read on Facebook.  I have read the book mentioned and I recommend it.

Ex-gays

by Moira Greyland Peat

I am a child of gays and lesbians, and I have firsthand knowledge of gay “relationships,” polyamorous “relationships” and the absurdity which pretends to be “parenting” which results from all these tragic situations. Read the rest of this entry

Embrace Grace, Inc

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Embrace Grace, Inc

by Abby Johnson: ProWoman, ProChild, ProLife

We love how Embrace Grace, Inc encourages Pro-Love communities! If your church or parish does not have a support group for single & pregnant or single moms, pray about starting one! Talk to other church members, present to the women’s ministry at your church. We don’t want any single moms to walk alone and Embrace Grace has a proven program that makes it easy for churches to implement. And you are empowering women in your church to save lives!

Request a sneak peek of the programs available here: https://embracegrace.com/start-a-support-group

Rules

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Rules

by Zach Whitsel

My oldest child is only ten years old but I’m already beginning to see teenage style attitudes forming in her. She gives herself a lot of credit for how much she think she knows. While I admire her confidence, I have to make sure the knowledge she is leaning on is truth. Her and I got to have a pretty in-depth conversation on the way home from town tonight about the purpose behind my rules and my consequences. I explained to her that she may not like the boundaries but that the boundaries were for her own good. I hope that as a father I am a great example of the mercy and grace that our heavenly Father shows us. If I have learned one thing as a dad, though, it is that mercy and grace are not good excuses for disobedience. Read the rest of this entry

Commercial surrogacy

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Commercial surrogacy

by Kaeley Triller Harms

Lengthy post ahead. I posted it as a FB note yesterday, but those things never get much traction, and the subject matter is important, though controversial. I don’t post this in condemnation but in caution:

Last year I sat in stunned silence at a WA State Senate hearing concerning the matter of commercial surrogacy. The proposed bill contained 55 pages of legislative text full of demands and bloviations about alleged parental rights. Its goal was to legalize commercial surrogacy without limit through the entire state. Read the rest of this entry

Clear your cache

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Clear your cache

by Kaeley Triller Harms

It’s an official snow day here in Coeur d’ Alene, which means there is a LOT of snow on the ground.

It also means that my beautiful, precious, angelic children have been stuck inside with me all day as I struggle to keep them occupied long enough to get some of my work done. Netflix and Ramen have been heavily featured in this game plan. Don’t judge. Read the rest of this entry

Emotional control

Here is something I read on Facebook.  It is addressed to women but it applies equally to men.

Emotional control

by Rachel Jankovic

🍃A Christian woman who is accustomed to dealing with her own emotions will be very difficult to control. She is not living in service of her own feelings or moods, and that makes it very hard to enslave her to those of another. Read the rest of this entry

Stay at home parents

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Stay at home parents

by Abby Johnson: ProWoman, ProChild, ProLife

I want to take some time to affirm and commend stay at home parents.

I often get messages from stay at home moms that say, “What can I do to help the prolife movement? I feel like I need to do more.” Read the rest of this entry

Choices

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Choices

by Abby Johnson: ProWoman, ProChild, ProLife

Everyone has been talking about Michelle Williams after the Golden Globes. I said a couple things on Twitter, but honestly have been trying to get my thoughts together. This is really a very small piece of my entire thought. Read the rest of this entry

Wallowing in sin

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Wallowing in sin

by Joshua Arnold

I can’t count how many Christians fall into sin and sit and wallow in it miserably, and end up sinfully discouraging themselves in their walk, which stops them of their strength and puts them off of their Christian duties, simply because they limit the grace of God. They say they don’t limit His grace, but in moments they prove otherwise when they sink in total discouragement. There is this habit they have of putting themselves back under the Law in terms of being right with God, and they condemn themselves, forgetting that there is now no more condemnation for those in Christ Jesus (Romans 8:1). Read the rest of this entry

Friends

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Friends

by Rachel Jankovic

❄️We all know that there are friendships that last a lifetime, but we often overlook this reality.

❄️It is possible for godly friendships to come and go without anything being wrong or anyone sinning against anyone.

❄️I have many dear friends who were more heavily featured in chapters of my life where we were walking alongside each other. That is not a failed friendship, it was a gift. Friendship is not a possession that we can cling to. Read the rest of this entry

Hymns

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Hymns

by Levi Smith

Quote taken from an interview done with Keith Getty:

Modern worship is an movement of “cultural relevance.”
It’s “utterly dangerous,” and is leading to the “de-Christianizing of God’s people.’”
“An authentic generation doesn’t begin with catharsis; it has to begin with an authentic picture of the God of the Bible.”
“Over 75 percent of what are called the great hymns of the faith talk about eternity, Heaven, Hell, and the fact that we have peace with God. Yet, less than 5 percent of modern worship songs talk about eternity.” (end quote)
………..
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Reformed and charismatic believers

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Reformed and charismatic believers

by Kaeley Triller Harms

Ok, Christians, let’s talk about the unspoken but very evident war between Reformed and charismatic believers.

As a self-declared Presbycostal, I find myself once again smack dab in the middle of two deeply conflicting perspectives with the unsolicited ability to see major pros and cons in either camp. This is as much a self-preach as anything, so forgive the bluntness in my following observations; I’m too often guilty of the errors and attitudes I’m about to name. Read the rest of this entry

Friendship

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Friendship

by Rachel Jankovic

🦈The world is currently working really hard to get us all to behave like a bunch of hideous friendship loan sharks, constantly calculating what others are giving to us and sending them letters with OVERDUE!!! Stamped on them. Sometimes we send out our thugs to publicly shame them on the internet. 😂 Read the rest of this entry

Story time for the Christians-

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Story time for the Christians-

by Emily Thomes

Story time for the Christians-

Today I was at the nail salon getting this shellack removed. I tried to do it on my own, but I’m not skilled enough apparently. Anyway, I’m there listening to “Practical Religion” by Ryle and not talking to anyone and realize what a hypocrite I am. I’m filling my head and heart with scripture and beautiful truths of the faith literally surrounded by a group of people that are most likely Buddhists and are without hope unless they come to know Him. So, I press ‘pause’ on my earbuds and begin to think about how to begin a conversation about the Lord. Read the rest of this entry

False labels

When we buy boxes and cans of products in the store we know what we are buying because of the labels on them.  We can rely on these labels to tell us what is in the containers because there are laws requiring that labels give accurate information.

But there are times when we can’t rely on labels.  Groups of people who are trying to promote some belief often give themselves names that don’t accurately show who they are.  One example of this is found in the debate about abortion.  Those who believe abortion is wrong and are trying to end it call themselves prolife.  Those who favor abortion and believe it should be permitted say they are prochoice.  How accurate are these labels? Read the rest of this entry

Leaving the abortion industry

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Leaving the abortion industry

by Abby Johnson: ProWoman, ProChild, ProLife

A few years ago, I received a call from an abortion clinic worker who wanted to leave her job. I spoke with her for a while. She talked about “evil” in the clinic. We talked about The Lord. She had grown up in church and wanted to reconnect with her faith. I went through the next steps, told her what we would need from her and what she could expect from us. Read the rest of this entry

Blaming guns

Here is something I read on Facebook.  I have also included one of the comments that was made to this post.

Blaming guns

by Levi Smith

Here is a fact:
You are an utter fool if you think taking guns away will solve the violence problem.

I try not to be too pointed on here, but this calls for pointedness:

An innocent man got murdered on live stream in front of his friends today while exercising his religious freedom. Two years ago, a gunman murdered over 25 people at point blank range, including women and children.

Both of the gunmen were stopped by other men with guns.

Read the rest of this entry

Theological debates

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Theological debates

by Blaine Michael Seman

THE LOVE OF CHRIST OR THE LOVE OF WINNING THEOLOGICAL ARGUMENTS.

CHRISTIANS SPEAK THE TRUTH IN LOVE.

I believe if Martyn Lloyd Jones were alive today and saw what goes on on facebook he would say..

” It is one thing to love to debate, it is quite another to love the one you are debating.”

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Abuse

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Abuse

by Levi Smith

Recently, a well-known pastor was charged and arrested for abusing a minor. The storyline and reaction to this news brings a few thoughts to mind. Respectfully, Id like to share some of them… Read the rest of this entry

Ectopic pregnancies

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Ectopic pregnancies

by Emily Thomes

“When I tell people that there is no medical reason for an abortion, people often bring up the issue of ectopic pregnancies. Even well meaning, concerned pro-life people bring this up. They don’t know how to answer it and for this reason may say they are “pro life with exceptions”. This is the loophole pro aborts need to push abortion on demand, without restrictions, and without apology. If we are to abolish the evil of abortion, we would do a service to ourselves to better understand what is (and is not) an ectopic and how it relates to abortion. Read the rest of this entry

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