We certainly want you to realize the potential danger in things like horoscopes, psychics, and supernaturally themed movies and television shows (for a more in-depth discussion on this topic read our post about magic http://www.liesyoungwomenbelieve.com/index.php?id=91). But, we also want you to realize that dabbling in dark activities isn’t the only way to expose yourself to satanic activity. Did you know that your emotions also have the power to open you up to Satan’s influence?
Revive Our Hearts recently featured a series on abortion. Kelly Roy was one of three individuals interviewed by Nancy Leigh DeMoss as part of that series. I thought Kelly’s story was especially compelling because she is a Christian who was raised in a Christian home and yet when faced with an unplanned pregnancy at the age of 20, she decided to have an abortion.
Kelly’s story may not be as unique as you’d think. Researchers estimate that as many as 1 in 5 women who have an abortion are Christians. I see this as an important point of conversation for us here on the blog. I asked Kelly for an in-depth interview. Her honest answers are a powerful reminder of the gravity of this issue. Take a look.
Two news headlines jumped out at me last week. The first read, “Study Links Sexual Content on TV to Teen Pregnancy.” The second was more tragic. It said, “Ontario Town in Mourning After Body Found.” Both stories highlighted a link between media choices and actions.
Calling all moms, grandmothers, and friends of “tweens.”
If you want to help your tween (7-12 year-old-girl) stay morally pure, but feel inadequate for the task, Pure In Heart is for you! Bring your tween to this day-long conference and captivate her heart before the world does. Ignite a passion for purity in her as she explores her identity as a beloved daughter of the King!
The first Pure In Heart conference will be held Saturday, April 18, 2009 at Harvest Bible Chapel in Davenport, IA. April may seem far off, but seats at this conference are selling quickly. Also, Revive Our Hearts is booking more Pure In Heart Conferences for 2009.
For more information, simply follow this link, http://www.reviveourhearts.com/pih/.
Nancy DeMoss and Dannah Gresh, co-authors of Lies Young Women Believe, will be interviewed today on Focus on the Family. This is the second segment in a two-part series where Nancy and Dannah address the content of the book. Be sure to tune in to listen live through your local Christian radio station or by following this link, http://listen.family.org/daily/A000001236.cfm.
Then, come back to this blog and tell us about what you learned. Did God use this broadcast to point out a lie that you’re believing? Did this broadcast inspire you to be a truth speaker to your generation? Did it lead you to a collision with specific Truth? Let’s talk about it.
God promises to satisfy our needs (Philippians 4:19). Even so, 88% of the Christian girls we interviewed agreed with the statement “God is not enough.”
Three main things consistently rivaled God for being enough to satisfy. They were:
2. Material objects
What are your top three?
In the shadow of a major election that brought issues like economic crisis, war, and terrorism right into the center of my living room, I am feeling a little…insignificant. More specifically, I woke up this morning feeling slightly anxious and out of control, and I wondered, “God, are you watching all of this?”
Nancy DeMoss and Dannah Gresh will be interviewed on Focus on the
Family on November 10th and 11th. They will specifically be discussing
Lies Young Women Believe: And the Truth that Sets Them Free. Be sure to
listen live through your local Christian radio station or online at http://listen.family.org/daily/A000001236.cfm.
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