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Are You Funding Persecution? The Lottie Moon Christmas Offering


How would you feel if you knew that instead of funding missionaries, you were actually funding their persecution?

What if the money you thought was being used to spread the gospel was actually paying the salaries of those committed to silencing it?

Men who, like Judas, in the name of Christian charity, condemn the “waste” of the woman minister to keep more money for themselves?

Men who are more interested in establishing their own authority over others than promoting Christ’s authority to set people free?

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The Woman Pass


When Jesus commands us to confess his name before men, is he speaking to everyone? Is there a “woman pass” that somehow excuses females from this mandate? Does Biblical womanhood really mean that a woman is never to speak God’s Word to adult men? Or has it become an excuse for women to to sidestep their Christian responsibility and duty to the King?

Join Monica Dennington as she goes straight to the Bible to find out if you have been submitting to men instead of God— and if God really gives a “woman pass” for such disobedience.

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John Piper: On Single Women Missionaries


Join Monica Dennington as she confronts the shameful behavior of complementarian John Piper, who brazenly asserts that though he himself will not step up to the challenge of serving as a missionary, women who do so may be sinning if they preach the Gospel to men on the mission field.

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