My Story of Surviving Domestic Abuse by Ally Kern, guest post on The Junia Project blog

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Please share to raise awareness in your circles! “I thought my dreams were about to come true when I [finally] got married. I left my family, friends, and my job as a pastor in Canada to move to the U.S. for love. I had waited a long time to…

via My Story of Surviving Domestic Abuse — The Junia Project

A High View of Marriage Includes Divorce — by Rebecca VanDoodewaard, author, on The Gentle Reformation blog

Here is another important article about divorce, since so many churches — especially Complementarian/Patriarchy/NeoCalvinist are burdening people, in particular wives, with the (false) idea that they must stay in abusive marriages and be submissive doormats.

“Evangelical and confessional churches are striving to maintain a high view of marriage in a culture that is ripping the institution to shreds. So extra-biblical barriers to divorce can be well-meant. They try to protect marriage by doing everything possible to avoid divorce. In doing so, they not only fail to keep a high view of marriage. They also spread lies about the gospel, divorce, the value of people, the character of God, and the nature of sexual sin.”

Via: http://gentlereformation.com/2017/07/20/a-high-view-of-marriage-includes-divorce/

Time to Get Real: The Southern Baptist Convention Is Shrinking Faster Than the United Methodists —by The Wartburg Watch blog

There is no questions that the SBC is in decline. I do not think they know what the problems are.

via Time to Get Real: The Southern Baptist Convention Is Shrinking Faster Than the United Methodists —

The #1 Thing to Look for When Joining a Church – Great Advice from Wade Burleson —reblogged by The Wartburg Watch

What’s the best way to know whether or not a church is worth joining?

via The #1 Thing to Look for When Joining a Church – Great Advice from Wade Burleson —

Blog Series: Spiritual Abuse in the Church: A Guide to Recognition and Recovery by Pastor Ken Garrett, Wk 2 @Spiritual Sounding Board blog

Source: Blog Series: Spiritual Abuse in the Church: A Guide to Recognition and Recovery by Pastor Ken Garrett, Wk 2

New Blog Series: Spiritual Abuse in the Church: A Guide to Recognition and Recovery by Pastor Ken Garrett @Spiritual Sounding Board blog

Source: New Blog Series: Spiritual Abuse in the Church: A Guide to Recognition and Recovery by Pastor Ken Garrett

How to Spot a Calvininista Pastor – Are These Some Clues? – by The Wartburg Watch blog

Are these reformed red flags and differences between traditional Southern Baptists and extreme Calvinists spot on?

via How to Spot a Calvinista Pastor – Are These Some of the Clues? —