What is Biblical Femininity? In this post I’ve outlined how a feminine woman of God should speak, treat others, what she should do, how she should dress…
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This is another video collaboration with the Relationship Blogger, Raymond Baxtor. I’ve really enjoyed doing this video series with him and I expect we may do more in the future. If you have a question that you’d like one of us to answer, please leave me a comment in my comment’s section and I will do my best to get a response made. We really appreciate all the positive feedback and support we’ve received while doing this series.
This question for this video was: “I’ve heard that personality trumps over physical attractiveness with women – does physical attractiveness not matter too much?”
Feminism, not the patriarchy, was what tried to steal my choices and my femininity.
I received a message from a friend asking me what I planned on teaching my son about women, relationships and purity culture in light of the fact that I had some interesting experiences with purity culture. This video is my answer, though I may do another one to further elaborate. My apologies for crying halfway through.
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“A chewed up piece of gum.”
These cringe-worthy phrases from Christian purity culture ingrained themselves in the minds of the impressionable youth of my generation. Fearing the destruction of their children’s bodies and souls as the world around them became caught up in pushing a progressive sexual agenda, our parents and thought leaders rose up and sought to fight back against the lewdness and promiscuity surrounding us.
Unfortunately, their approach was entangled with fear and pain, going so far as to criminalize all forms of affection. This bore fruit of unprecedented physical, mental, and spiritual consequences as our worth and identity were found in what we did and didn’t do sexually, not in Christ and His sacrifice for us. The heavy-handed and legalistic emphasis on sexual-purity-at-all-costs left a legacy of emotional and spiritual devastation in its wake that follows many even into adulthood.
This book takes a vulnerable look at these issues through the eyes of someone who experienced it firsthand. It seeks to identify what purity culture got wrong and bring peace to the hearts of those whom it has wounded so deeply, by exposing the truth: It is Christ who makes us pure.