Who is Your God?

Who is Your God? by Hillary McFarland “I’m okay with Jesus. It’s God I’m not too sure about.” or many daughters of patriarchy, God is an imposing figure. Why wouldn’t He be? His name is the one attached to doctrines of men. He is the why behind many destructive religious lifestyle choices. From the earliest […]

A Gentle Reality Check for the Daughters of Patriarchy

A Gentle Reality Check for the Daughters of Patriarchy s I shared on facebook, I’ve wanted to address this topic for a long time. But while chatting with my friend Darcy, I realized that she was the perfect one to write about it instead. I’m including a teaser clip below, but please click the following […]

The “Joy” and Power of Guilt

The “Joy” and Power of Guilt by Elizabeth Wyse Cook by Kiery King Humble and proud.  Guilty and righteous.  Loving and judging.  They sound like opposites, don’t they?  Maybe that is because they are.  However, during my time with the organization, they often were so mixed that I was a bit confused as to their […]

The First Step . . . Down

April 12, 2011 The First Step . . . Down … continued from here. by Elizabeth Wyse Cook I was so excited! I was old enough to go to the seminar that had changed my parents’ lives! I was a tad bit nervous too; after all, I was a young teenager and this was a […]

When the Formula Fails, Part Two | Guest Post

When the Formula Fails, Part Two | Guest Post  by David Orrison In spite of all of these possibilities of coincidental or limited success, and in spite of the effective marketing techniques, spiritual formulas simply don’t work. They don’t work because the Lord resists them. The Scripture is quite clear that the Lord wants His […]

Who is Your God?

March 28, 2011 Who is Your God? by Hillary McFarland “I’m okay with Jesus. It’s God I’m not too sure about.” or many daughters of patriarchy, God is an imposing figure. Why wouldn’t He be? His name is the one attached to doctrines of men. He is the why behind many destructive religious lifestyle choices. […]

The “Joy” and Power of Guilt

The “Joy” and Power of Guilt by Elizabeth Wyse Cook by Kiery King Humble and proud.  Guilty and righteous.  Loving and judging.  They sound like opposites, don’t they?  Maybe that is because they are.  However, during my time with the organization, they often were so mixed that I was a bit confused as to their […]

Who is Your God?

March 28, 2011 Who is Your God? by Hillary McFarland “I’m okay with Jesus. It’s God I’m not too sure about.” or many daughters of patriarchy, God is an imposing figure. Why wouldn’t He be? His name is the one attached to doctrines of men. He is the why behind many destructive religious lifestyle choices. […]

The Fifth Mile

The Fifth Mile Continued from here, featuring guest contributor Elizabeth Cook. by Elizabeth Wyse Cook e are probably all familiar with the “second mile” principle. Jesus, referring to the law that a Roman soldier could require a Jewish man to carry his heavy backpack one mile in any direction, said, “Whoever forces you to go […]

Finding Healing from Disillusionment | Guest Post

Finding Healing from Disillusionment | Guest Post by Elizabeth Wyse Cook What do you do when someone you trust breaks that trust?  When you find out that they are a hypocrite?  When you finally realize that all the little things that didn’t quite make sense before, now make perfect sense, but in the opposite way […]