Unmasking the Domestic Abuser in the Church

Tag: submission

Is Suffering Required by God? Is it a sin to Escape it?

Here is a very good question one of our readers asked recently. Her question and her insights are very good and we hope will be very helpful to all of you: I have been studying 1Peter, and listening to several sermons on submission. Submission to the government, and in marriage…

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The Harems of the Evangelical Church

1Pe 5:2-3  shepherd the flock of God that is among you, exercising oversight, not under compulsion, but willingly, as God would have you; not for shameful gain, but eagerly;  (3)  not domineering over those in your charge, but being examples to the flock. It has been my experience with evildoers…

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Abused in Your Sleep – Another Control Tactic of the Wicked

I was told that my body was not my own, but the touching went on despite me saying I was so tired and wanted to go back to sleep. I would wake up from the touching and pretend that I was still asleep.  I can only remember once or twice…

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Abuse and the Doctrine of Headship and Submission Pt 3 – sermon by Ps Jeff Crippen

Abuse and the Doctrine of Headship and Submission Pt 3 Last sermon from the series:  The Psychology and Methods of Sin A 21 sermon series on domestic violence and abuse First given on January 9, 2011 Sermon Text:  1 Peter 3:1-7 NOTE: This is the final sermon in this series…

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Abuse and the Doctrine of Headship & Submission Pt 2 – sermon by Ps Jeff Crippen

Abuse and the Doctrine of Headship & Submission Pt 2 Sermon 20 from the series:  The Psychology and Methods of Sin A 21 sermon series on domestic violence and abuse First given on December 12, 2010 Sermon Text: Ephesians 5 The Danvers Statement was prepared by several evangelical leaders at a…

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Abuse and the Doctrine of Headship and Submission – sermon by Ps Jeff Crippen

Abuse and the Doctrine of Headship and Submission Sermon 19 from the series:  The Psychology and Methods of Sin A 21 sermon series on domestic violence and abuse First given on December 5, 2010 Sermon Text:  1 Peter 2 - 3:7 This morning I intend to introduce you to an…

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A Response to Questions about 1 Peter 3

The following is a reply I wrote to a lady we’ll call Linda, who asked an excellent question about the meaning of 1 Peter 3:1-7 in light of Abraham’s encounter with Pharaoh when he instructed Sarah to say she was his sister. Anyway, here is the answer to Linda.  Let me…

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