Tag Archives: Beth Moore

When women’s ministries abandon the Bible

This week, a woman wrote to me about what’s been happening in her church: “My church’s Women’s Ministry’s Bible study just decided to stop studying the actual Bible, which we had been doing. It was announced that our next study … Continue reading

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Important questions for church leaders

These questions are for elders, pastors and ministry leaders who outsource the feeding of their female sheep to women’s conferences like the IF Gathering. I ask because it seems like a huge discernment disconnect that you would trust your women … Continue reading

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On capturing weak women

“I’m seeing a tautological problem today. (And I’m totally gonna speak out against my own gender here.) The vast majority of women today prefer to read not the Bible, but to do “book studies”. The majority of book studies out there are so mixed with truth and lies that it’s like wading through a field with land mines to make it through alive. But without reading and knowing your Bible (which means it should be your primary reading material, not the latest best seller) you are not equipped to navigate the land mines and make it through unscathed. This helps explain why women who seek out these types of books continue to get farther and farther from what the Bible actually teaches and have no idea what is in their Bible, or how to study it.”

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Guilty by Association or Accessory to Heresy?

I am getting so tired of pastors and authors and those who claim to be born-again teachers of the flock continue to “go anywhere for the cause of the Gospel,” and then either affiliate with heretics or forget to actually … Continue reading

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Oleo on the buffet line is not what your women’s ministries need.

Unfortunately that’s what most mega conferences for women are all about. Cheap thrills from famous ladies I’ll call “celebritistas,” who’ve made a lot of money serving up empty promises of a better life than you’re living now. Chills that go up your spine, a liver shiver or two, and then it’s over. You’re left with the usual conference confetti of expensive books and endless email ads inviting you to the next experience.

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Oleo on the buffet line is not what your women’s ministries need.

Not to sound too needy, but we women are hungry, and we want to be fed often, and now! If I may speak just for a second for the whole group: most of us don’t know why we are starving … Continue reading

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The Altered States of Contemplative Prayer

Today we’re talking about Contemplative Prayer. Right off the bat, we need to define our words. When we warn you of the dangers of Contemplative Prayer, what we’re nottalking about is meditating on God’s Word or contemplating His holy nature … Continue reading

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Joyce Meyer cancels IHOP’s “OneThing” appearance New Year’s Eve

It appears Joyce Meyer has cancelled her speaking event for the New Year’s Eve gala at International House of Prayer (IHOP)’s OneThing event. She had been scheduled to be the keynote speaker for One Thing. Says IHOP’s organizers: Joyce Meyer, … Continue reading

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Joyce Meyer cancels IHOP’s “OneThing” appearance New Year’s Eve

It appears Joyce Meyer has cancelled her speaking event for the New Year’s Eve gala at International House of Prayer (IHOP)’s OneThing event. She had been scheduled to be the keynote speaker for One Thing. Says IHOP’s organizers: Joyce Meyer, … Continue reading

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Where have all the no-compromisers gone?

I’m not sure where “Buffy” is from, but it probably doesn’t matter. You see, Buffy is one of many Christians from around the globe who have written to us out of sheer frustration over trying to find a good, Bible-based … Continue reading

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