- Straight from the Word – 1 Corinthians 11 (Titus 25)
“Wearing a headcovering (and long hair) is a simple way for a woman to demonstrate that she believes the Bible and that she recognizes her husband as her authority.”
- Supreme Court to decide if banning hijab at work is legal (State Column)
“The Supreme Court will hear the case about religious freedom of expression at work. At issue is whether a Muslim woman can wear her head covering at Abercrombie & Fitch.”
- LETTER: Modesty of attire admired (NewCastle Herald)
A letter to the editor: “I remember how we, Christian women, were not allowed into a church without wearing a hat or a head covering of some kind.”
- Should New Testament Christian women wear a veil today? (YouTube)
A 30 minute overview of the topic of head covering from David Lynn of Christ’s Forgiveness Ministries.
|Name: Kim Fox||Age: 32||Location: Brighton, CO||Started Covering: December 2012|
1) Introduce yourself to our readers.
Hi! My name is Kim Fox. I am a wife to my high-school sweetheart and mother to six living children and counting- aged 8 and under! (five daughters and one son, and two children in heaven) God redeemed me and called me to salvation when I was 19. My husband and I were baptized together a couple years later. I am a busy keeper of my home, and school my children at home. I am also a sporadic blogger at www.foxliving.com. The Lord continues to grow our faith and led us to a reformed church about 7 years ago.
2) Where do you attend church? Tell us a little bit about it.
I attend Westminster Reformed Presbyterian Church. It is a congregation of the Reformed Presbyterian Church of North America (RPCNA). Our spiritual heritage particularly comes from the reformation in Scotland and the Scottish Covenanters. Our full doctrinal statement is found in the Westminster Confession of Faith, The Larger and Shorter Catechisms, and the Reformed Presbyterian Testimony. We have recently moved and our church membership still resides in a congregation of the Orthodox Presbyterian Church in Oviedo, Florida. Read more
Churches that practice head covering are a minority in the Western World. Those who are visiting these churches for the first time will immediately notice the distinction between men and women and many will wonder (especially those who are not Christians) what it means. On many church websites there are sections for frequently asked questions, beliefs and/or a page telling visitors what they can expect when visiting. We’d like to share some examples of church websites that do mention head covering and how they introduce the topic to potential visitors. Read more