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The wearing of fabric head coverings in worship was universally the practice of Christian women until the twentieth century. What happened? Did we suddenly find some biblical truth to which the saints for thousands of years were blind? Or were our biblical views of women gradually eroded by the modern feminist movement that has infiltrated the Church...? - R.C. Sproul

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A Muslim Asks, Why Aren’t Christians Practicing Headcovering?

Marjolein is a Muslim from Holland. She asks us “Why aren’t Christians practicing head covering anymore”. In this video I lay out three general reasons why.

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Portuguese translation now available

Great news! Our book “Head Covering: A Forgotten Christian Practice For Modern Times” is being translated into various languages. Today we’re introducing the Portuguese version which is being translated by Filipe Macedo Pereira from Brazil. The introduction to the book is available today and a new chapter will be posted online every 2 weeks. Make sure to bookmark this page and spread the word to your Portuguese speaking friends.

Portuguese translation:
Boas notícias! Nosso livro “A Cobertura Feminina – Uma prática Cristã Esquecida para os Tempos Modernos” está sendo traduzido em vários idiomas. Hoje estamos apresentando a versão em português, que está sendo traduzida por Filipe Macedo Pereira, do Brasil. A introdução do livro está disponível a partir de hoje e um novo capítulo será publicado online a cada 2 semanas. Certifique-se de salvar a página e divulgá-la aos seus amigos que falam português.

My Wife Didn’t Wear A Head Covering to our Church Prayer Meeting

My Wife Didn’t Wear A Head Covering to our Church Prayer Meeting

It’s true. The wife of the Head Covering Movement‘s founder was at a church prayer meeting without her head covered. Let me explain and tell you how I handled it.

Our church recently had a “week of prayer” and on one night they had child care to make it easier for the parents to come out and pray. We took advantage of this and came out as a family. I was in the prayer room a little early while my wife was downstairs getting our children settled away. When she came upstairs to the prayer room, I noticed she didn’t have her covering on. For those who don’t cover all day, it’s an easy mistake to make. So I quietly got up to let her know she had forgotten. She placed a hand on her head to confirm and said “oops”. We’re prepared for situations like this, and store a couple extra coverings in the glove box of our minivan, so she headed out to grab one. A few minutes later she came back to let me know, the back-up coverings were gone. I figured they were as the previous week we had forgotten as well. So on Sunday we used the back-up coverings in the glove box and forgot to replace them. So here we are, at church, about to spend some focused time to prayer and my wife doesn’t have her covering. What should we do? I’ve thought about this situation before, but this is the first time it wasn’t just hypothetical. There are two options 1) My wife sits in the foyer and doesn’t join us for prayer or 2) she comes in and joins us uncovered. Read more

A.W. Pink Quote Image #1

A.W. Pink Quote Image #1

Source: A W Pink’s Studies in the Scriptures, 1926-27 (Volume 3 of 17) (Sovereign Grace Publishers, 2005)

Worship, Divine Order, and Gender (Video + Audio Sermon)

Preacher: Jacob Reaume | Sermon Length: 1 hr 5min | Preached: Jan 22, 2017

Jacob Reaume Sermon

Born and raised in Guelph, Jacob holds a Master of Divinity from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky. He became pastor of Harvest Bible Chapel Waterloo Region in August, 2009. Jacob is married to his high school sweetheart, Joanna, and together they have five children.

(Video starts at 38 seconds)

EDITORS NOTES: Fantastic sermon from a pastor who just recently came to the the conclusion that head covering is for today.

>>> In addition to streaming this sermon or watching it above, you can also download it.

 

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