Series on Feminism in The Church – Part I

Beloved, I’ve been hoping to write about this for several weeks and was unable to give it the proper attention it needs. I wish I didn’t have to address this, it’s actually one of my least favorite subjects. I grew up in a house with no men, it was very feminist minded. So I’ve seen first hand the damage that comes when you abandon Gods perfect plan for families. I couldn’t express how grieved I am, now, as a young believer to see that same abandonment within so many churches. So, with that being said, I just want this first part of the series to be an introduction into what we’re going to be discussing.

Feminism, as it relates to the body of Christ, is our focus. We’re going to go over it’s attack on Christianity, marriage, and it’s connections to witchcraft and new ageism. My goal is to warn born again women of the dangers in locking arms with this movement, and to encourage born again men (particularly the shepherd’s of Gods sheep) to protect the flock against these wolves. I pray that, by the end of this series, more brothers and sisters will be watchful that these heresies do not find their way into your church, or pulpit.

This is a very contentious issue, so I ask you all the bare with me in love as we destroy these speculations, these lofty ideas, that have set themselves up against the truth of Christ. It’s going to be painful, especially for my discerning brothers and sisters who grieve along side me at the infiltration of a God hating ideology in the ‘church’. As the body of Christ I pray we can stand together against this, and as born again women I ask that we pray together for the men in our churches, pulpits, and homes, who are the main target of this movement. Next week we’ll look specifically at the roots of feminism, it’s history of attacking the body of Christ, and it’s hatred for Christianity. Until then, please pray for me dear ones, as my heart can hardly bare the pain when seeing the multitudes of lost women full of hatred for the very Man, the very Christ, who would save them. As always, my beloved friends, be good Berean’s and study to show yourselves approved.

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Author: lnhereford

I am a Christian, wife, mother, and homeschooler currently traveling the United States with my loving husband and darling daughter!

14 thoughts on “Series on Feminism in The Church – Part I”

  1. Thanks, sister! I’m looking forward to the future posts. This is such a critical topic as we discussed earlier. The God-honoring family unit is under attack from all sides. As I was compiling news stories for the weekend update, I came across one about Beth Moore and how roles are changing so radically, even within the church.

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    1. Your weekend roundups are one of my favorite things about weekends, brother! Thank you so much for the effort you put into gathering all that news, and giving the snap shot of each article. It has blessed me, and educated me, more than I can count!
      I wonder if Beth Moore knows how dangerous all this is, or if she’s just riding the ‘fourth wave’ as it’s being called. I ended up having to drop what I wanted to address and go a completely different direction after I began researching feminism. It’s God hating roots are deeply disturbing, as well as it’s push towards Wiccanism. I saw it as sort of a worldly attitude that was creeping into the church, but it’s a lot worse than that. It’s literally a doctrine of demons being sold as equality. Thank you for reading, and encouraging me! This is going to be a difficult series, the reading material I’ve covered thus far has placed a heavy burden on my heart. This shouldn’t be within a mile of believers.

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      1. Thank you for the encouragement, sister! I know what you mean about wallowing in the mire. It’s difficult. I’m only somewhat aware of the rise in Wicca/Mother goddess as a part of feminism so this will be an education for me.

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