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Covering the Web: Edition #9

Covering The Web

“Covering the Web” is where we shine the spotlight on content about head covering or complementarianism that we did not produce ourselves. Each edition includes articles, videos, photos, as well as e-book deals relevant to our movement’s mission. Links are not endorsements.

  • MUST READ:Should Women Preach in Our Churches?” (The Gospel Coalition)
    “The best argument I’ve seen for women preaching is by the Australian minister and apologist John Dickson in his book Hearing Her Voice: A Biblical Invitation for Women to Preach … Even if you aren’t familiar with the book, I’m quite certain it’s influenced people you do know.”
  • Does Ephesians 5:21 teach mutual submission?” (CBMW)
    “How is the word of God teaching us to order our families? Is the husband supposed to be the leader, or does the Bible designate no leader?”
  • No one is covering, should I?” (My life with God)
    “I think it’s important for me to study even more about God’s love for us and how he sees us and wants his children to behave.”

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Re-Posted • @daughtersofpromise – One of the best things about Daughters of Promise magazine is the visuals – beautiful illustrations and photography shared by Anabaptist women from all across America, Canada and internationally. A lot of intentional planning goes into the visual content of each issue, and we are honored to incorporate the artistic talents of many women to bring these visuals together in a complimentary way.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ In the Tend issue, Michelle Martin (@michelle.martin.17) was the artist behind the ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ pencil illustrations that introduce the 6 sections of the magazine. This inviting scene is from the “Explore” section. In addition to her talents as an illustrator, Michelle operates a photography business at @higher.focus.images.⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Interested in sharing your artistic talents in the magazine? We are working to build a database of illustrators, lettering artists, and photographers for future collaborations in Daughters of Promise. If you’d like to be added, please visit www.daughters-of-promise.org/visuals.

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Covering the Web: Edition #8

Covering The Web

“Covering the Web” is where we shine the spotlight on content about head covering or complementarianism that we did not produce ourselves. Each edition includes articles, videos, photos, as well as e-book deals relevant to our movement’s mission. Links are not endorsements.

  • MUST READ: The Lies of Feminism (Founders)
    “Some still try to sell the ‘Feminism is the radical notion that women are people’ line. It’s a lie that is somehow both blithe and misleading, but at least it’s short enough to fit in an Instagram post.”
  • The Gospel as Interpretive Key to 1 Corinthians 10:31–11:16: On Christian Worship, Head Coverings, and the Trinity (Themelios/TGC)
    “Paul is not simply correcting the behavior of some of the Corinthian women who were dishonoring their husbands in gathered worship (11:4–6). He wants to bring the gospel, and its characteristic dispositions of dignity, humility, and grace to bear on the way in which all Christians worship.” — Note: This article takes the cultural view but is helpful nonetheless.
  • The Abolition of Men? (CBMW)
    “For it is just this that could reinvigorate American boyhood: a vision of manhood that calls him away from self-indulgence and libertinism, and toward self-possession and discipline, embracing his God-given manliness in the service of right vs. racist wrong, good vs. existentialist evil — the kind of community-protecting, relationship-building, family-forming manhood that must be characterized by virtue.”

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Re-post • @cassiescorner.shop – “Lord, I offer up this rebel heart So stubborn and so restless from the start I don’t wanna fight You anymore So take this rebel heart and make it Yours Father, I no longer wanna run You’ve broken my resistance with Your love And drowned it underneath the crimson spill So bend this rebel heart unto Your will” I’m not exactly sure why this song hit me so hard as it played on my list today, but it has. It’s made me think of so many instances that after I’ve surrendered to the Father, you feel a peace, and things work out so beautifully. 💓 Song is; Rebel Heart by Lauren Daigle. Let it play a few times! Have a blessed sabbath, ladies! ❤️🎶 // #headwrap #headcovering #sabbath #shabbatshalom #messianic #headcovering #headcoverings #cassiescornershop

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Re-Posted • @_cat_lady_life_ – The little growing guy i have the honour of watching… The one who taught me to be more patient. To be more of a motherly figure even though im not his mom and im not a mom at all (i do get the mommy thing from ppl though ),i still feel that special attachment. He’s taught me to be more responsible. He’s a handful-energetic and very strong little guy,haha, that’s where i ended up sticking the nickname “my crab” to him. I love him to pieces. So glad God chose Nick to be a part of my life. • • • • • • • • • • •#blessed #nanny #lovehim #loveHim #myboy #nannying #nannyworld #LA #OC #lovehimtopieces #photography #life #specialmoments #growingboy #growingup #love

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Covering the Web Edition #7

Covering The Web

“Covering the Web” is where we shine the spotlight on content about head covering or complementarianism that we did not produce ourselves. Each edition includes articles, videos, photos, as well as e-book deals relevant to our movement’s mission. Links are not endorsements.

  • MUST READ: Biblical Complementarianism Serves to Protect Women (Delivered by Grace)
    “Regardless of where you stand on the issues of the way the news media portrays the complicity of the [Southern Baptist] Convention as a whole—the fact remains that women and girls have been abused and men have abandoned their post as protector and provider.”
  • Head Coverings in Worship? (Purely Presbyterian)
    “Admittedly, this is a challenging passage, and an issue that not all Christians see eye to eye on. So we want to deal with objections that have come, and might come, in a way that is God honoring and charitable.”
  • Male-Only Ordination is Natural: Why the Church is a Model of Reality (The Calvinist International)
    “I understand that they can sound harsh, and I understand that there is a history of abusive patriarchy. I also know that there are just boneheaded ‘bros’ who have no particular ideology and are instead led about by their bellies and lower appetites. No one should be a jerk about this stuff.”

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Re-post @maryann_kauffman – And then there were five. 🥰

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Re-post @becominghiscrown – Now I commend you because you remember me in everything and maintain the traditions even as I delivered them to you. But I want you to understand that the head of every man is Christ, the head of a wife is her husband, and the head of Christ is God. Every man who prays or prophesies with his head covered dishonors his head, but every wife who prays or prophesies with her head uncovered dishonors her head, since it is the same as if her head were shaven. For if a wife will not cover her head, then she should cut her hair short. But since it is disgraceful for a wife to cut off her hair or shave her head, let her cover her head. For a man ought not to cover his head, since he is the image and glory of God, but woman is the glory of man. For man was not made from woman, but woman from man. Neither was man created for woman, but woman for man. That is why a wife ought to have a symbol of authority on her head, because of the angels. Nevertheless, in the Lord woman is not independent of man nor man of woman; for as woman was made from man, so man is now born of woman. And all things are from God. Judge for yourselves: is it proper for a wife to pray to God with her head uncovered? Does not nature itself teach you that if a man wears long hair it is a disgrace for him, but if a woman has long hair, it is her glory? For her hair is given to her for a covering. If anyone is inclined to be contentious, we have no such practice, nor do the churches of God.
1 Corinthians 11:2‭-‬16 ESV
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Covering the Web: Edition #6

Covering The Web

“Covering the Web” is where we shine the spotlight on content about head covering or complementarianism that we did not produce ourselves. Each edition includes articles, videos, photos, as well as e-book deals relevant to our movement’s mission. Links are not endorsements.

  • MUST READ: The Christian Woman’s Legitimate Sphere of Action and Influence (The Transformed Wife)
    “Once in a while, I enjoy looking at the commentaries of old to see what they have to say about a verse so I did it with this one. Do they think this verse was only relevant to the time it was written as many believe? Were the women back then loud and obnoxious in the churches so this verse is not relevant for today?”
  • A Modest Reply to a Brother’s Challenges (King & Kirk)
    “Did Eve wear a head covering while naked in the garden?”

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Re-Post • @abiding_home – I can’t believe it’s June! I feel like time is flying by these days. This month my sweet girl here will turn 5! Today, simply because it was finally June, she put on this pink polka dot dress and her older sister’s necklace. Everyone has been pretending she is a queen. 💕She’s telling me here that she has a secret key in her necklace. I love her enthusiasm! This is such a rich season of life! I don’t want to take a moment for granted. And 5 and 6 are my favorite ages for children, at least for now because we haven’t been through all the ages yet, but these are such sweet years! These have been my favorite ages even since my younger siblings were this age. At 5 and 6 they are still little in so many ways, and yet there is a maturity that takes place where they are more independent and self-controlled than those preschool years. Truly my favorite! Maybe it’s strange that I have a favorite age… I don’t know, do you have a favorite age for children? . . . #childrenareablessing #lovingthelittleyears #five #motherhood

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Re-post • @purposed_homemaker – Would you believe that I completely ignored my husband for the most part before we started dating?😜😂🙈 . It’s so funny to look back at it now, but it’s true! At the time I was so young, and didn’t want to give my attention to the guys or towards having a “crush.” We’d talk of course because we were in youth and he, my brother and I would take rides together, but I was a little hard to strike up a normal convo with.😜 . It’s not like that now though, don’t worry.😉😂 . . . . . #funfact #biblicalmarriage #marriageisforever #theblessingofmarriage #couplephotography #cherryblossomphotography #couplephotographyoutfits #modestoutfit #modestdress #modestfashion #christianmennonitecouple #modestoutfitideas #christiancouples #youandme #marriageforlife #itgetsbettereveryday

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Covering the Web: Edition #5

Covering The Web

“Covering the Web” is where we shine the spotlight on content about head covering or complementarianism that we did not produce ourselves. Each edition includes articles, videos, photos, as well as e-book deals relevant to our movement’s mission. Links are not endorsements.

  • MUST READ: 8 Tools for a Godly Wife (Founders)
    “If we are to be women who build a house, then we need tools. God has given us a great amount of instruction, tools so that we might build well. I want to mention eight.”
  • Toxic Masculinity (Christian Perspectives)
    “The second word associated with “toxic” is masculinity. This is a result of oppressed narratives intensified exponentially by intersectionality. In this system, one’s classification determines what level they are the oppressed or the oppressor. So, if one is a White Christian male, then he is the highest level oppressor.”
  • Headcovering: Practiced in the Past and Still for Today (Cloverdale First Presbyterian)
    “As we all know, the woman’s hair is exceedingly important to her. So, she is to cover her glory in public worship giving all glory to God. She is not doing so for man, but for her Lord. She takes delight in giving the Lord all the glory in her worship.”

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Re-post • @1corcovering – In my context, the counter-cultural aspect of head covering is unmistakable. Only two women in my congregation adhere to this practice – myself and a woman over 70 years of age. This symbol of humility could easily become a “distinctive,” a source of personal pride that leads to divergence with the Body rather than convergence in Christ. I struggle with the tension between downplaying this discipline for reasons above vice wanting to draw attention to discuss its larger significance. I experience this tension even in instagram; these postings are inherently attention-seeking, yet I pray that they would draw attention to Christ, the one worthy of attention who brings any tension to its perfect telos in Himself. #headcoveringmovement #headcovering #christianheadcovering #headcoverings

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Re-post • @purposed_homemaker – My favourite and most cherished time. It really is. For some reason I slept in a little longer today, but this is still so important to me.📖 I need to have my intentional, God-focused time each day. . What’s amazing is when I leave my time with the Lord, and I’m finished talking to Him, praying to Him, reading His Word or even worshipping Him at the piano, it doesn’t stop. I love how someone put it, God GOES with you through your day. You shouldn’t think that your “devotional time” is the only time He is with you or you have focus for Him.❤ . You can’t be a “30 minute Christian.” He’s with you in every aspect of your life, acknowledge that, and have Him be your go-to. He’s GOD after all!!!!🙌🙌 . My favourite Bible verse is Matthew 5:16. “Let your light shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven.” . In order to do that we need to be FILLED with the Holy Spirit. Nothing good can come from us, it’s only from Him as we are just sinners. There is no good from us on our own. Let yourself be lavished in His love and grace and GOODNESS, and let Him shine through you all day, every day.🙌 . . . . . #fridaythoughts #christianwifethoughts #biblicalwomanhood #matthew516 #proverbs31woman #christianlifeblogger #timewiththeLord #justalittletalkwithjesusmakesitright #filledwiththeSpirit #wifeafterGod #intentionaltimewithGod #timeinHisWord

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