Encouraging women to love the Word of God, to rightly divide the Word of truth, and to become sound students and teachers of Biblical doctrine and theology.
One of the hardest pills to swallow is when you acknowledge that a Sister in the faith has fallen subject to the ills and deception of false teaching. I don’t know about anyone else, but a knot forms in my throat, my stomach drops and I get pretty angry when it happens.
Our theology and doctrine will raise the next generation. It will tell them what was okay and what wasn’t.
If this story teaches us anything, it teaches us that we will jump over all of God’s laws to pursue the lust of our flesh.
When you go out into the fields of the world and you’re being challenged to give a defense of your faith, “my pastor said” won’t be a helpful nor substantial response.
The only way we can fully share truth, is if we aren’t partially committed to it. The world is watching and so is God.
The triune God and His Word has the monopoly on the reason you're not married, not pulpit relationship gurus and Amazon-bestseller authors.
Doing things by ourselves can be easily become our default setting, but God’s model of community calls us to practice mutual reliance.
“Since God's Word cannot be altered or revised, then WE must be altered AND revised according to HIS Word.”