Submitted by Christen Jacobs on Mon, 11/26/2018 - 17:25
Pastor John Gray was recently interviewed on Sister Circle Live concerning hardships in his marriage and how his wife was the one to see him through. His comments have since gone viral and have garnered the following questions: Is the man always a spiritual covering for his wife? What happens when he is not? Can a woman biblically act as a covering for her husband? People have called into question his sense of biblical manhood, the role of a husband and the church's view of the archetypical "Strong Women-" the good wife, that patiently endures the hardships of her husband while from a posture of prayer.
Submitted by Christen Jacobs on Thu, 09/01/2016 - 16:18
Submission is one of those subjects that many people like to tip toe around. It often conjures up ideas of cringe worthy male chauvinism or maybe for you, it brings about the dark idea that women are to be seen and not heard. It's understandable that so many women like you and I have this type of reaction to the idea of submission because it has been distorted, misused and abused for centuries.
Submitted by Sandra Glahn on Tue, 05/13/2014 - 01:00
Moms' Night Out, the movie starring Sarah Drew ("Grey's Anatomy") opened over the weekend, right in time for Mother's Day. And Christians filled theaters to see it. The film is clean, it's funny...and it's also a missed opportunity.