...I fully agree...
"Obedience requires faith to do what I cannot understand; to believe what may not make sense."
"...Fundamental to all that we teach our children should be a denying of self, at all costs, and a “seeking first the kingdom of God”..."
Mrs. Crawford at Generation Cedar has written an excellent article. One that flies in the face of today's culture...
“What if your daughter wanted to be an interior designer? Go to school and become a professional? I’m only asking what if. Would you push her to stay at home or to follow her dreams?”
I was asked this question during a topic about a woman’s calling to be a “keeper at home”.
I could write a book about all the ways a woman is free to “be all she can be” and still remain in the realm of helpmeet and keeper at home, about the glories of being freed from the slavery of someone else’s clock and schedule and agenda.
But before all of that, we must be grounded in the basic teaching of Scripture about the call of a Christian, which directly opposes the teaching of feminism.
...finish reading the article here...
posted by Mrs. Aaron Klause