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Unlocking The Mystery Of Christian Divorce Part 4: The Act of Motherhood

Shortly after a woman gets her first positive pregnancy test she realizes that her life will never be the same because motherhood has now entered. Birthing children brings great pain and yet also great pleasure to women. This may be one reason why women enjoy going to a baby shower; it is a reminder for … Continue reading »

Categories: Birth Control, Birthing God's Mighty Warriors, Catholic, Christianity, ethics, Family Trends in culture, Feminism, Homeschool, Large Families, marriage/family, miscarriage, Motherhood, Popular culture, Protestant, quiverfull, quiverfull families, Rachel Scott, Reclaim Seven Mountains, reclaimsevenmountains | Leave a comment

Rebuilding the Family Mountain: THE PILL Unlocking the mystery of Christian Divorce Part 1

For generations Christian marriages and families lead society, yet today our marriages are failing, our families are falling apart and our divorce rate is often higher than those who do not know the Lord. It’s quite evident we’re failing! Christian leaders made news recently when they speculated about what was causing the escalating epidemic of … Continue reading »

Categories: Birth Control, Birthing God's Mighty Warriors, Catholic, Christianity, ethics, Family Trends in culture, Feminism, Homeschool, Large Families, marriage/family, miscarriage, Motherhood, Popular culture, Protestant, quiverfull, quiverfull families, Rachel Scott, Reclaim Seven Mountains, reclaimsevenmountains, sex lives | Leave a comment

Quiverfull, Catholics and The Sound of Music

When the 1966 movie The Sound of Music was released viewers flocked to theaters to enjoy a wonderful film about a Catholic family with seven children. This musical gives us a reference point, a time period in which Catholics were specifically equated with large families. Since the 1960′s faith and culture have been colliding on … Continue reading »

Categories: Birth Control, Birthing God's Mighty Warriors, Catholic, Christianity, ethics, Family Trends in culture, Feminism, Homeschool, Large Families, marriage/family, Motherhood, Popular culture, Protestant, quiverfull, quiverfull families, Rachel Scott | Leave a comment

Quiverfull: Where are all the unhappy quiverfull mothers?

BIRTHING GOD’S MIGHTY WARRIORS Re-examines our ideas about birth control. God’s people were never supposed to use it. But with the introduction of the birth control pill in 1960 and its blessing by the World Council of Churches in 1961, Protestant ministers and their wives jumped on the birth control bandwagon. Their action lead many … Continue reading »

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Quiverfull is a “belief,” not a lifestyle!

When you read my revelatory book Birthing God’s Mighty Warriors which is about God’s first commandment in Genesis 1:28, “Be fruitful and Multiply,” you will not find references to home school, wearing little house on the prairie dresses, sewing, home birth, or submission teaching. Why? because allowing the Lord to plan your family involves NONE of … Continue reading »

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Born to Breed, WE TV Video

This is a clip from the WE tv show “The Secret Lives of Women.” Born to Breed, WE TV Video

Categories: Birth Control, Birthing God's Mighty Warriors, Catholic, Christianity, Family Trends in culture, Feminism, Homeschool, Large Families, Motherhood, Popular culture, Press & TV, Protestant, quiverfull, quiverfull families, Rachel Scott | Leave a comment

Hollywood loves babies!

Just about everywhere you look in Hollywood today one can see celebrities with their children, pushing baby buggies and toting their tots from here to there. Hollywood it seems has discovered “the family!” To date there have been more than 300 pregnancies with just about every celebrity either pregnant or trying to be.  Hollywood gossip … Continue reading »

Categories: Birth Control, Birthing God's Mighty Warriors, Catholic, Christianity, Family Trends in culture, Feminism, Homeschool, Large Families, Motherhood, Popular culture, Press & TV, Protestant, quiverfull, quiverfull families, Rachel Scott | Leave a comment