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Win a FREE Head Covering from LeeLach.com

The team at LeeLach.com was kind enough to offer us a free head covering to give away to one of our readers. Starting today through Nov 2nd you’ll have the opportunity to win one of your choice from their site (it will be shipped to you for free also).

You can gain entries by following us on Twitter and Facebook and/or Tweeting about the giveaway.

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Leelach.com promotes and supports Israeli women designers. They have 5 designers who make gorgeous head coverings (over 200 different types & styles). Click here to view their tichel coverings. Use the promo code leelach2014 to receive 10% discount off your entire purchase!

Here’s a short video that showcases their styles and designers:

Martin Luther Quote Image #2

Martin Luther Quote Image #2

If this quote has piqued your interest, read “What Did Martin Luther Believe About Head Covering?“.

Source: Weimar edition of “Luther’s Works” – WA TR IV, no 4090, page 129
Quoted from Susan C. Karant-Nunn & Merry E. Wiesner – Luther on Women: A Sourcebook (Cambridge University Press, 2003) page 31

What is a sufficient head covering? Does it have to be a certain size or style?

What Kind of Head Covering Does the Bible Command?
What is a sufficient head covering? Does it have to be a certain size or style?

A covering in the context of 1 Corinthians 11 is a Christian symbol to be worn by women while praying and prophesying. Paul says this covering is a symbol of authority (1 Cor 11:10) and it’s to be worn on top of her head (1 Cor 11:5-6). No other information is given so where Scripture ends, Christian liberty begins. What that means is the specific type of covering you use is your decision as an individual or family. Having said that, there are other Scriptures that will help guide our choices byway of principle. I’d like to present that to you and also deal with issues such as hair being exposed (outside of a woman’s covering) and face veiling. Read more

Covering the Web: Oct 23/13

Covering The Web

Shining a spotlight on the head covering discussion happening worldwide.

  • Why I wear a hat to church (Stray Thoughts)
    “Sometimes one of the questions is “What is one thing people might not know about you?” One good answer to that question is that I wear a hat, or headcovering, to church, but I have never mentioned it on my blog because I don’t want to be thought weird or misjudged because of it.”
  • Desires of The Flesh // in Nautical Inspired Cardigan (Fresh Modesty)
    A site that gives practical wardrobe encouragement for women. Olivia, the site’s founder, wears a head covering during church. Many of her posts (like this one) show what she wears. Check it out for some ideas. “Headcovering: Simple lace wrapped around my head 3 times.”
  • Ethics: Pastor Requires Women Wear Head Coverings! (Here I Blog)
    We linked to this on social media recently, but not on the site. “As far fetched as it sounds, a Texas pastor banned weaves in his congregation. No doubt we church folks certainly do some weird things sometimes. Banning weaves in church is pretty far-fetched, but what about pastor requiring women to wear head coverings?”
  • Christian Head Coverings – Q&A (YouTube / Know Jesus First)
    “In this video I answer two questions about Christian Head Coverings.”
Found an interesting link about head covering or biblical manhood/womanhood? Tell us about it here.

Martin Luther Quote Image #1

Martin Luther Quote Image #1

If this quote has piqued your interest, read “What Did Martin Luther Believe About Head Covering?“.

Source: Martin Luther – A Sermon on Marriage, 15 January 1525 WA XVII/I
Quoted from Susan C. Karant-Nunn & Merry E. Wiesner – Luther on Women: A Sourcebook (Cambridge University Press, 2003) page 95

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