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Changes to the Blog’s platform

The blog has recently moved to a new platform. Please be patient with us as we adjust to the new changes.

There are some pros and cons to the new platform. 

PROS

Site speed is significantly faster, which among other things means accessing the site on very slow 3g internet connections should be possible. For example, people in countries with limited internet access could potentially access the content much easier now.

Content will be easier to find when searching the internet due to the new platform’s ability to optimize for search engines (Google etc.).

CONS

At this time there is no “Like” feature for posts. We are working to make the “Like” feature available. However, we did just get a “Like” feature added to comments.

People will no longer be able to follow the blog through their WordPress.com accounts. Instead you will have to view posts and other pages right on the site. But following the blog via email is still available.

Thank you for your patience as we maneuver this new learning curve. We have the help of an awesome Web Developer who has been working very hard to make the blog more accessible and efficient.

If you have any questions or encounter problems, email me (TWBTC) at unholycharade@gmail.com

Matriarchal Abuse: I will be speaking on this subject tomorrow (5-16-21) in our Livestreamed Sunday morning class

Many of you know that we livestream both our Sunday morning class (9:30am, Kevin leads singing by livestream and immediately following we livestream from CRC the class). The feed is on the Christ Reformation Church Facebook page and later is uploaded to our Youtube channel as well.

Tomorrow morning then (5-16-21) after Kevin’s music feed ends (about 9:40am), our class livestreamed subject will be this evil business of Matriarchal Abuse. We have posted several articles on this lately and there have been many comments as well as emails sent directly to me from people who have been victims of this wickedness.

This thing is far more common than I realized. I know, for example, of at least 4 victims/survivors of matriarchal abuse right in our CRC local and online membership. There are no doubt more.

If we are going to help people get free of an evil that gives “mother’s day” a whole new and nasty meaning, then we need to get wise to this form of abuse.

So please join us, or if you cannot tomorrow morning, watch the video when you can either on Facebook or at our Youtube channel.

Announcing a New Series – Want to Help me write a book?

This post was published this morning at my other blog, lightfordarktimes.com, but I am also publishing it here at Unholy Charade because I would really like all of you to see it. If you haven’t followed LFDT’s yet, please go there and sign on to follow. This post is the first in a series which will become a book and…well, here it is and I explain what this series is for – [I will just publish this first post in the series here at Unholy Charade. The rest will appear each Friday at LFDT’s] –
I have the outline of a new book sitting here on my desk, which I never seem to have time to get started on. So I thought what I would do is write it here with a weekly installment, and have you all provide your observations and comments and thereby…help me write the book!
Here is the central theme scripture the book title is drawn from and which is really a statement of the purpose of the book:

2 Timothy 3:1-5 ESV  But understand this, that in the last days there will come times of difficulty.  (2)  For people will be lovers of self, lovers of money, proud, arrogant, abusive, disobedient to their parents, ungrateful, unholy,  (3)  heartless, unappeasable, slanderous, without self-control, brutal, not loving good,  (4)  treacherous, reckless, swollen with conceit, lovers of pleasure rather than lovers of God,  (5)  having the appearance of godliness, but denying its power. Avoid such people.

Most all of the wicked people I have had to deal with as a pastor, in the church, were this very kind of person. They had the appearance of godliness, but they denied its power. Let’s see if we can think through what this means.

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