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Criticism Is Not Constructive: Managing Your Tongue On The Internet / The Sunday Morning Service: July 29, 2018


In the cybersphere, everyone is encouraged to “comment” on just about everything. But what does God’s Word say about the way you use your tongue for the kingdom? Has God given you a position of authority to correct others on the internet? Are your criticisms, opinions, and words the building blocks God has chosen to build a healthy Body? Has God called you to repair the broken Bride? Or is it possible that you’ve been speaking out of turn?

Join Monica Dennington as she goes straight to God’s Word to find out how God wants you to manage your tongue on the internet.

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Silencing Women: The LGBT Line


Recently, I received a comment from a young woman named Melissa on an article entitled “LGBT Misogyny: The Battle of The Bathrooms”.

Melissa, thanks for reading, and thanks for your comment.Transformation

In that blog, I discuss the recent push for “non-discrimination” laws and policies that make it legal for men who identify as female to use women’s restrooms. I maintain that such laws endanger women, and violate their rights and privacy.

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