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David Gooding Quote Image #2

David Gooding Quote Image #2

Source: David Gooding – Symbols of Headship and of Glory

Le voile est-il un commandement ? Et la liberté évangélique alors ?

Head Covering Questions
L’enseignement sur le voile est-il une ordonnance qui s’applique à tous les chrétiens ? Son application n’est-elle pas du domaine de la liberté chrétienne, tout comme l’étaient les viandes sacrifiées aux idoles ?

Qu’est-ce que la liberté chrétienne ?

La liberté chrétienne est le droit qu’ont les chrétiens à décider eux-mêmes de ce qui est bien, sur des problématiques qui ne sont pas traitées dans la Bible. Pour ce type de problématique, il y a des paramètres bibliques qui limitent nos choix, ainsi que des principes bibliques qui régissent ces choix, mais il n’y a pas une seule réponse correcte. Cette idée est enseignée dans Romains 14, l’apôtre Paul dit : Read more


Pastoral Testimonies

Patrick Smith

1) 先生、ご自身のことと、それから牧会されている教会について少し教えてください。


2) どのような経緯で、「祈りのベールが今日にも適用される、永続的なシンボルである」ということについて確信を持たれるようになったのですか。




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Covering Testimony: Bonnie Larsen

Head Covering Testimonies

Name: Bonnie Jean Larsen | Age: 39 | Location: Cloquet, Minnesota | Starting Covering: Spring 2013

Covering Testimony: Bonnie Larsen

1) Introduce yourself to our readers.

I am a home school mom to two brilliant teenage boys. I am married to an amazing man who is a wonderful leader and makes me smile everyday. We share our home with two reptiles, a corn snake and a Russian tortoise, and two Great Danes. (And, yes, that means a lot of hair and dog drool.) I enjoy creating art, crocheting, making soap, and playing the harp. I absolutely love doing anything together with my family whether it’s playing games, watching movies, or running K5’s.

2) Where do you attend church? Tell us a little bit about it. Do others practice headcovering there?

I attend River of Life, a small non-denominational church. No one there practices head covering other than me; however, the pastor feels that it is biblically based and allows freedom of conscience in the matter. Read more

Head Covering in Trondheim International Church (+Photos)

Head Covering in Trondheim International Church
What follows is an update from Pastor Robin Bassam who shared his testimony with us here. Robin is pastor at Trondheim International Church in Norway.

I am writing to give you an update on our practice of head covering in our church. In September 2014 our church went away for a fellowship weekend where we discussed the subject of Complementarianism and Egalitarianism. As a result our church officially adopted a Complementarian position of leadership which has been written into our Church Beliefs and Values.

In the four weeks leading up to our Church Fellowship Weekend I preached on women’s head covering from 1 Corinthians 11:1-16. As a result of these sermons the leadership of T.I.C. have introduced the following statement regarding women’s head covering in a booklet entitled “What We Believe”:

Head covering for Women: We believe that a woman is required by Scripture to cover her head in any church service where prayer, preaching or teaching is being exercised. This is clearly taught by Paul in 1 Corinthians Chapter 11 verses 1 – 16. There isn’t a single verse in Scripture which cancels the validity of these verses. This teaching is theological, universal and timeless, not cultural, geographically limited or temporary. We believe this is a Biblical requirement for all women (married and single). Although we believe that a woman should cover her head in all TIC Meetings and strongly recommend the practice of head covering, it is not a salvation issue and, therefore, we do not insist on it. Every woman coming to TIC has the choice of whether to cover or not. TIC has very clear and comprehensive teaching on the subject of Women’s head covering and Pastor Robin Bassam’s 65 page head covering Teaching Manual is available to anyone in TIC, on request.

Even though every lady in T.I.C. has a choice, nearly half of our ladies use a head covering; and the practice of head covering is increasing in the church. Read more

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