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Gary SIDE-SERMONS Monica! John MacArthur’s Missing Courage

Gary SIDE-SERMONS Monica by pulling up a tweet from the Swinging Shepherd’s Conference (#shepcon2018 ) quoting John MacArthur: “What I see missing is courage. Be a man! Act like Men!” Monica takes you to Scripture to find out: WHY manhood is an acting job for religious men who deny natural affection for women WHY they […]

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Should Women Be Pastors?

Does the Bible say women can’t be pastors? Does 1 Timothy chapter 3 show that women are not allowed to be overseers or deacons? Or is it actually a list of qualifications for women who desire to take on those responsibilities?

Join Monica Dennington as she goes straight to the Bible to find out how to tell the difference between a pastor and a Pharisee, and whether or not God thinks women should be pastors.

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Hair Dye & Jewelry & Make-Up… Oh, My!

Does the Bible forbid the use of hair dye, make-up, or jewelry by people in the Body of Christ? What does the use of such adornments say about a person’s character? What is the danger of speaking out against people — especially women — who don’t dress the way you believe they should? And what is God’s personal feeling about jewelry/ outward finery?

Join Monica Dennington as she goes straight to the Bible to find out how a study of such supposedly “women’s issues” — for both men and women in the Body of Christ — exposes God’s heart towards His people…as well as your own.

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For Thom Rainer: 8 Reasons Women Are Leaving Your Church

Thom Rainer, president and CEO of LifeWay Christian Resources (an entity of the Southern Baptist Convention) recently posted a podcast addressing why he thinks women are leaving church. As a Biblical woman who has left the SBC church, Monica Dennington offers Mr. Rainer and the SBC a first-person perspective, and a more accurate list of 8 Reasons Women Leave Southern Baptist Churches.

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Tim Cook, Apple, And The New Misogyny

Apple’s Tim Cook— the first openly gay CEO of a Fortune 500 company— is leading the way for civil rights in America.

Or so the headlines say.

Cook came out in force last month to fight the Religious Freedom Restoration Act in Indiana. Throwing around the mammoth weight of his company and rallying the support of tech titans everywhere, he and Apple pulled no punches. The LGBT movement had found its Goliath, and the opposition faltered.

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