Tag Archives: women

Beth Moore Statement Confirms 2015 Tornado Prophecy


“Only a fool gloats when others fail. He or she is surely next. All those standing, beating their chests, are at a dangerous altitude for getting hit. The only safe place for any of us right now is down low.”
~Beth Moore, May 31, 2018

“…the Spirit of the Lord is telling you today— it is time to get to low ground. God is targeting the leadership— in the same way that a tornado, or a bolt of lightning, targets everything that is exalted.“
~Monica Dennington, June 21, 2015, “Tornadoes Coming— Get to Low Ground”

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The Verse That Says Women Are Pastors


There is a verse in the Bible that says women can be pastors. Actually a couple of them.
Don’t believe me? Check it out.

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LGBT Misogyny: The Battle of the Bathrooms


Planet Fitness policy states what members of the LGBT community would like to be the rule for all public facilities: that “members and guests may use all…facilities based on their sincere self-reported gender identity.”

In other words, any man who chooses to self-report that he “feels” he is a woman has open access to come watch the girls dress.

No medical documentation necessary. No embarrassing questions or uncomfortable confrontations. Just the word of a male who wants to hang out with the naked ladies.

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Can Women Be Priests?: Don’t Deny Your Duty


Does the Bible prohibit women from being priests? How did Jesus change the priesthood forever? What priestly duties are left for us to do, now that we have a perfect High Priest in Christ? And, according to prophecy, from what pool of people will the new covenant priests be chosen?

Join Monica Dennington as she takes you to straight to the Bible to answer the question, “Can Women Be Priests?” — and to find out why priesthood is not just a privilege, but a duty.

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Prayer For Juarez, Mexico: Stop The Killing Of Women And Wake-Up The Church


The phenomenon of the female homicides in Ciudad Juárez, involves the violent deaths of hundreds of women and girls since 1993 in the northern Mexican region of Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, a border city across the Rio Grande from the U.S. city of El Paso, Texas. The number of murdered women in Ciudad Juarez since 1993 is estimated to be more than 400.

Join Monica Dennington in spiritual warfare for Juarez, Mexico, to bring an end to the epidemic of rape, mutilation, and murder of women in that city.

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Prayer For Cleveland, Ohio: Declaring War On Crimes Against Women


Join Monica Dennington in spiritual warfare for Cleveland, Ohio, to bring an end to the epidemic of kidnapping, rape, murder, and human trafficking of women and children in that city.

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Should Women Submit To Abuse?


Does God expect a woman to submit to her husband if he’s abusing her? Is the command for a wife to submit to her husband more binding than the command for husbands to be gentle and respectful to their wives? And are there any examples in the Bible of a godly woman who disobeyed her own husband?

Join Monica Dennington as she goes straight to the Bible to find out why the Church must become a safe place for battered women, and whether God wants women to submit to abuse.

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Can Women Work Outside The Home?


Can Biblical women lead? Can Biblical women work outside the home? Are there examples in the Bible of respectable women who work in the community?

Join China Dennington as she shares her discoveries about real women in the Bible.

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