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Social Sharing Has Been Fixed

Over the last few days we’ve gone through every page on this website and updated it for optimal Facebook sharing. Unfortunately, there was an issue that caused almost all of all our posts to display a small portion of our logo as the featured image. We believe this may have discouraged many people from sharing our posts due to how it appeared. We apologize for this oversight and have made it right. Now, all of our posts will have a high quality image to go along with the post. See below for a before and after example.


If you ever notice an error or if you have a suggestion to improve this site, please let us know.

Writing Break: Back in January

We're on a Writing Break

Hey everyone, just a quick message to let you know that we’ll be taking a short break from posting. This is a needed hiatus to be able to work on the head covering book. It’s hard to find time to work on it when you’re crafting articles and filming videos, so I need some dedicated away-time to focus. We’ll be back in mid-January with regular posts again and hopefully the book will be ready for editing shortly after that.

While we’re gone please continue to send us links about head covering, share your covering testimony (women and pastors) and we’re also open for guest posts (just send us an e-mail with your idea).

Recent Updates: Oct 10/14

Website Changes & Updates
  1. We updated Which Bible Commentaries Teach Head Covering? Three commentaries were added to the bottom of the page.
  2. All of our videos (which previously were exclusive to Youtube) have been uploaded to Godtube. We wanted to have a presence on that site for when Christians are searching for videos about head covering.
  3. We recently began using a new plugin for our footnotes. Previously you just saw an asterisk like this: *. When you saw that symbol that would be your indicator to mouseover to see the reference. It wasn’t very visible and many people may have thought we had no references because of it. Now they’re numbered, display superscript, are listed at the bottom of the page, and can still be viewed when mousing over. We manually edited all articles on the site to reflect this new format.
  4. We added a page to the “About” section called “Purpose, Beliefs and Core Values.” We encourage everyone to check it out so you can hear in our own words, why we exist and what’s really important to us.

Be An Encouragement: Share your Testimony

Be An Encouragement: Share Your Testimony

We’d like to invite women (especially those that have recently begun covering) to share your testimony with us here. We’re looking for unique stories to share with our readers to be an encouragement to them. Please don’t feel like you need to be an “expert”, knowing all the ins-and-outs of 1 Corinthians 11. If you’ve committed to practicing this symbol for biblical reasons then you’re qualified 🙂

Hope to hear from many of you soon!

“Headcovering Throughout Christian History” by David Phillips

Headcovering Throughout Christian History

Today I’d like to introduce you to a great new e-book on 1 Corinthians 11. It’s called “Headcovering Throughout Christian History” by David Phillips.

Here’s a snippet from the book description:

“Headcovering Throughout Church History” is an overview of the Church’s response to 1 Corinthians 11:2-16 across the last 2000 years of Christianity. It features the writings of the Early Church, Augustine, Martin Luther, John Bunyan, Charles Spurgeon, and many others. It also documents contemporary theologians & denominations that endorse the Church’s historical stand on this passage of Scripture. Now in Kindle format, this book contains the most comprehensive research currently available on this topic. Carefully referenced quotations allow you to hear from well over 50 theologians, pastors, and other Christian writers throughout Church history.”

David has graciously placed his e-book on sale for only $0.99 now through September 12th. I really hope you will buy a copy as it’s a tremendous resource of historical quotes in a well-organized fashion. To continue to grow this movement, we all need to support one another’s efforts in spreading the word about this message. If we all get behind this book, it will show that there’s a demand for resources on this topic which can open new doors.

Come back tomorrow to learn about the history of head covering. We’ll be posting a video interview we recently conducted with David on this topic.

To purchase “Headcovering Throughout Christian History” please visit this page. You can read this book (or any other Kindle book) on your computer, smartphone or tablet by installing a free Kindle app.

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