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Modesty – Part 3

In this third and final installment of our series on Modesty, we take on two of the most common questions we’ve received on the topic:

  1. “How women and men teach their daughters -and sons- about modesty?”
  2. “How can we biblically deal with women and girls dressing immodestly at church?”

I you missed Parts 1 and 2, here they are:

Modesty Part 1

Modesty Part 2

Resources:

Good News!

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Modesty – Part 2

In Part Two of our three-part series on the topic of modesty, three questions you might be asking: Does biblical modesty come with “rules,” like skirt height? How should moms and dads go about teaching modesty to their children? And what do you say in situations at your church where a sister in the Lord is not dressing modestly? Michelle and Amy seek the wisdom of Scripture to provide practical applications. Don’t forget to check out Part 1.

Resources:

The Mailbag: Is It OK for Christian Women to Wear Bikinis?– Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

The Mailbag: Should Christian Women Cover Up While Breastfeeding?-Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

Modli (modest swimwear)

Sister…Show Mercy!– Pyromaniacs

What Not to Wear

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Modesty – Part 1

When it comes to modesty and the Bible, we often want “rules” and easy steps to follow. While the world gives us catalogs and commercials and fashion magazines, the Bible gives us general principles about subjective issues that we must wisely apply in our cultural context as we seek to please Him.This is the first in our three-part series on Modesty.

Resources:

What does it mean to dress modestly?– Got Questions?

What does the Bible have to say about lust?-Got Questions?

Feminism, modesty and the bikini – Naomi’s Table

Deplorable Decorum? – Naomi’s Table

How much pornography are Americans consuming? The Austin Institute for the Study of Family and Culture

The Mailbag: Is lust a sin for women, too?– Michelle Lesley – Discipleship for Christian Women

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Mystical Mess: New Age in the Church

What is the difference between God’s miracles and mysticism? Amy and Michelle discuss a growing trend in the church that borrows mystical elements from Buddhism and Hinduism and melds or syncretizes them into Christian practices. Mysticism in the church is as old as the church itself, and has been rightly called out over the centuries as unbiblical. But it is a trend in our time as many Christians are now bringing in these practices and normalizing them.

Sadly, a lot of it comes through the church doors from women, bringing in teachings into women’s ministries on Reiki, chakras, crystals, magic energy oils, yoga, karma, energy fields, and even  Ouija boards and tarot cards.

Resources:

What is the New Age? A White Paper Amy Spreeman, Berean Research

Christians Mystically Encountering God Berean Research

“Christian” Tarot Cards and Fortune Telling – Fighting for the Faith, YouTube video

The Spiritual Formation Movement – Berean Research

The Interface of Medieval Mysticism and Buddhist Mindfulness Meditation Berean Research

Mysticism: Its Origin and Impact on Contemporary Christian Thought Berean Research

Books and articles by former New Agers:

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Discerning the False Teachers: Beth Moore (Parts 1 and 2 Combined)

We’ve combined our two-part report on how to discern the teachings of Beth Moore into one podcast episode, and all of the resource material for additional research is included in the links below. Beth Moore is easily the world’s best known women’s Bible study author and teacher in the world, and has been teaching since 1985 and draws in millions of followers. Many of you have been or are in churches where her teachings are a huge part of your women’s ministry. We’ll look at her own words, compare them with Scripture and help you discern.

Discerning The False Teachers is a series of podcast episodes discussing false teachers in the modern church, particularly some of the more popular women’s teachers, speakers and authors.

Bye-Bye Beth: What Beth Moore’s Split with the SBC Means– Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

Beth Moore Announces She’s Leaving the Southern Baptist Convention-The End Time: Elizabeth Prata

Living Proof You Should Follow Beth (No) Moore– Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

Discerning False Teachers: Joyce Meyer– A Word Fitly Spoken Podcast

Women Preaching? – A Word Fitly Spoken Podcast

Has Beth Moore only recently drifted, or has she always been false? – The End Time: Elizabeth Prata

Listen carefully to what she is saying in this video… – The End Time: Elizabeth Prata

An Open Letter to Beth Moore- Timeline of Events – Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

When women’s ministries abandon the Bible – Naomi’s Table: Amy Spreeman

On capturing weak women– Naomi’s Table: Amy Spreeman

Words with Friends – Pirate Christian/Berean Examiner: Amy Spreeman

When seemingly solid pastors fail to protect women – Naomi’s Table: Amy Spreeman

Leaving the NAR Church: Elaine’s story – Berean Research

Good News! (The Gospel) A Word Fitly Spoken

After Thought Podcast Guest Appearance Part 1Part 2: The Open Letter to Beth Moore

The Rapp Report Podcast Guest Appearance: The Open Letter to Beth Moore and Complementarianism– Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

The Mailbag: What did you think of Beth Moore’s “A Letter to My Brothers”? – Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women
The Mother of All Rebellions: Having a Woman Preach on Mother’s Day– Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women
Critiques of Beth Moore (long version) by Elizabeth Prata
Critiques of Beth Moore (newest) by Elizabeth Prata
Articles on Beth Moore by Elizabeth Prata
Why Your Pastor Should Say “No More” to Beth Moore and Why the SBC Should Say “No More” to Beth Moore by Josh Buice
The Beth Moore Cornucopia of False Doctrine, Mysticism, and Impassioned Frenzy by Steven Kozar
Beth Moore at Fighting for the Faith
The Fundamental Problem of Beth Moore at Voice of Reason Radio
Critical Race Theory video series (links to parts 1-6)-  Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women(Tran)ScriptThank you, bless you and Walk Worthy!

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Words with Friends About False Teachers

What do we do when our loved ones get caught up in the snare of unbiblical teachings? Should we say something?
And if so, how do we approach them in love? In this episode, Amy and Michelle discuss how to have those difficult “Words with Friends.”

Resources

Scriptures mentioned in this episode

Words With Friends – Berean Examiner, Pirate Christian Radio

Clinging to the Golden Calf: 7 Godly Responses When Someone Says You’re Following a False Teacher Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

Discernment: A Spiritual Battle, Not a Logical One Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

Discernment: What’s Love Got to Do with It? Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

Popular False Teachers and Unbiblical Trends Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

What does it mean to contend for the faith?  Got Questions

How to Contend for the Faith Grace To You

 

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Glad You Asked!

What does God’s Word say about the issues facing Christians today? Glad You Asked! In this episode our listeners want to know:

  • Are altar calls biblical?
  • How do you handle false converts?
  • What about “hearing” God’s voice?
  • What are your thoughts on the Southern Baptist Convention and Critical Race Theory?
  • Is tithing in the church for today?

Plus, how to properly dispose of books by heretical false teachers. Enjoy and share!

Resources:

Basic Training: The Bible is Sufficient– Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

Sufficiency of Scripture –  Amy Spreeman, Naomi’s Table

Critical Race Theory video series– Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

“Where is it written that God doesn’t speak audibly anymore?” –  Amy Spreeman, Naomi’s Table

What could be wrong with learning to “hear God’s voice”? – Berean Research

How Does God Speak to Me Today? – Tim Challis

Searching for a new church?– Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

4 Things You Need to Understand About Christian Persecution– Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

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Encouragement for the Coates Family

Persecution is ugly. Canadian Pastor James Coates has been imprisoned for breaking the covid-19 “law,” and has now been denied bail. His crime? Holding church services and being faithful to the Lord. The GraceLife Church pastor’s trial will be in early May, and until then he will not be able to see his wife Erin or their young boys.  

It’s a heartbreaking story. Michelle and Amy asked our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram followers to send in their prayers and words of encouragement for the Coates family and for GraceLife, and we’re sharing this podcast with them, their church, and all of our listeners.

Resources:

Canadian Pastor Jailed Over Covid-19 Violations 

Erin Coates’ Instagram (@erincoates80)

Romans 13 and James Coates with Justin Peters – YouTube

4 Things You Need to Understand about Christian Persecution – Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

Erin Coates Interview (with Justin Peters)– Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

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The Poison of the Enneagram with Marcia Montenegro

Did you know that the nine “types” in the enneagram actually came from an occultist and his “spirit guide?” The popularity of the enneagram teachings in mainline and mega churches has exploded in the past year as more celebrity preachers are giving this unbiblical trend a green light.

Amy and Michelle sat down with our special guest, Marcia Montenegro, co-author of the book, Richard Rohr and the Enneagram Secret.
Marcia once was steeped in Eastern spirituality and the New Age and was heavily involved –even seen as an expert –in Astrology. God in His mercy saved her out of all of that and her testimony is a must-read. You can find that on her website, Christian Answers for the New Age.

Resources:

Richard Rohr and the Enneagram Secret – Book Website: Marcia Montenegro
Top 7 Reasons the Enneagram is Unbiblical– A Word Fitly Spoken Podcast
Christian Answers For the New Age – Marcia’s Facebook page
Enneagram articles Berean Research

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Learning from the Sins of Others: Ravi Zacharias

It hurts the entire Body of Christ when leaders fail. It can feel like a gut punch. The investigative report from Ravi Zacharias International Ministries has concluded, and it’s worse than anyone could imagine.  Amy and Michelle discuss the lessons learned from evangelical news stories of leaders caught in sin. Much more than a cautionary “what not to do,” these heartbreaking events can teach us about Scripture, about God, and about how we can walk worthy in our own lives.

Resources

Response from RZIM

Ravi Zacharias Responds to Sexting Allegations, Credentials Critique

Apprising Ministries – Ravi Zacharias – 2012 Ken Silva

On Discerning Ravi Zacharias: It’s time to say what needs to be said

The Mistake We Made With Ravi – Ray Comfort

Dis. Grace: Responding Biblically to Church Scandal– Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

It’s Time for Sound Leaders to Talk About Abuse– A Word Fitly Spoken

From Victimhood to Victory: Biblically Helping Abused Women Heal– Michelle Lesley-  Discipleship for Christian Women

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Finding – and BEING – a Godly Role Model

“You can be anything,” says the world, whenever a woman breaks a perceived glass ceiling. Not only do people celebrate her bravery, they elevate her to a role model for other young girls. But for Christian women and girls, it takes a lot more than two X chromosomes and a fancy job title to qualify as a role model. Michelle and Amy discuss how today’s so-called worldly role models are anything BUT good examples for our girls to follow. Are there any good role models for our daughters? Yes! And they are surprisingly easy to find.

Resources:

You Don’t Need Jezebel for a Role Model– Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

Who was Jezebel in the Bible?– Got Questions

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Discerning the False Teachers: Beth Moore PART 2

Michelle and Amy continue the second of two episodes in which we examine the teachings and the behavior of Beth Moore. She is easily the world’s best known women’s Bible study author and teacher in the world, and has been teaching since 1985 and draws in millions of followers. Many of you have been or are in churches where her teachings are a huge part of your women’s ministry. We’ll look at her own words, compare them with Scripture and help you discern.

Resources:

After Thought Podcast Guest Appearance Part 1, Part 2: The Open Letter to Beth Moore

The Rapp Report Podcast Guest Appearance: The Open Letter to Beth Moore and Complementarianism– Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

Theology. Driven. Podcast Guest Appearance: Beth Moore, the SBC, and Christian Women – Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

The Mailbag: What did you think of Beth Moore’s “A Letter to My Brothers”? – Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

The Mother of All Rebellions: Having a Woman Preach on Mother’s Day– Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

Living Proof You Should Follow Beth (No) Moore– Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

Discerning False Teachers: Joyce Meyer– A Word Fitly Spoken Podcast

Women Preaching? – A Word Fitly Spoken Podcast

Has Beth Moore only recently drifted, or has she always been false? – The End Time: Elizabeth Prata

Listen carefully to what she is saying in this video… – The End Time: Elizabeth Prata

An Open Letter to Beth Moore- Timeline of Events – Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

When women’s ministries abandon the Bible – Naomi’s Table: Amy Spreeman

On capturing weak women– Naomi’s Table: Amy Spreeman

Words with Friends – Pirate Christian/Berean Examiner: Amy Spreeman

When seemingly solid pastors fail to protect women – Naomi’s Table: Amy Spreeman

Leaving the NAR Church: Elaine’s story – Berean Research

Critiques of Beth Moore (long version) by Elizabeth Prata

Critiques of Beth Moore (newest) by Elizabeth Prata

Articles on Beth Moore by Elizabeth Prata

Why Your Pastor Should Say “No More” to Beth Moore and Why the SBC Should Say “No More” to Beth Moore by Josh Buice

The Beth Moore Cornucopia of False Doctrine, Mysticism, and Impassioned Frenzy by Steven Kozar

Beth Moore at Fighting for the Faith

The Fundamental Problem of Beth Moore at Voice of Reason Radio

Critical Race Theory video series (links to parts 1-6)-  Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

Good News! (The Gospel) A Word Fitly Spoken

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Discerning the False Teachers: Beth Moore PART 1

Michelle and Amy continue a series of podcast episodes discussing false teachers in the modern church, particularly some of the more popular women’s teachers, speakers and authors. In the first of two episodes we examine the teachings and the behavior of Beth Moore. She is easily the world’s best known women’s Bible study author and teacher in the world, and has been teaching since 1985 and draws in millions of followers. Many of you have been or are in churches where her teachings are a huge part of your women’s ministry. We’ll look at her own words, compare them with Scripture and help you discern.

Resources:

Living Proof You Should Follow Beth (No) Moore– Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

Discerning False Teachers: Joyce Meyer– A Word Fitly Spoken Podcast

Women Preaching? – A Word Fitly Spoken Podcast

Has Beth Moore only recently drifted, or has she always been false? – The End Time: Elizabeth Prata

Listen carefully to what she is saying in this video… – The End Time: Elizabeth Prata

An Open Letter to Beth Moore- Timeline of Events – Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

When women’s ministries abandon the Bible – Naomi’s Table: Amy Spreeman

On capturing weak women– Naomi’s Table: Amy Spreeman

Words with Friends – Pirate Christian/Berean Examiner: Amy Spreeman

When seemingly solid pastors fail to protect women – Naomi’s Table: Amy Spreeman

Leaving the NAR Church: Elaine’s story – Berean Research

Good News! (The Gospel) A Word Fitly Spoken

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Facing an Uncertain Future

Think 2020 was a not-so-fun year, and 2021 is just more of the same? God’s Word tells us that for Christians, persecution and trials are still to come. How in the world are we to endure? Some would say that we should prepare to bug out, head for the hills or start stockpiling food and weapons. But is that really what the Bible says we should be doing? No!
Michelle and Amy discuss how we as Christians can prepare to face whatever comes our way in the weeks, months and years we have left in the race to the finish line.

Resources:

7 Ways to Endure to the End– Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

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Discerning False Teachers: Joyce Meyer

Amy and Michelle begin a new multi-part series of podcast episodes discussing what we’re seeing in the modern church, and warning you about avoiding some of the pitfalls of learning at the feet of some of the more popular women’s teachers, speakers and authors.

One of the more popular women’s teachers we do not recommend is Joyce Meyer of Joyce Meyer ministries. She’s been a teacher for 40 years, and is known around the world as a speaker, televangelist and author, and through her many conferences and television episodes aired on untrustworthy stations like TBN and others, her teachings have reached the ears of millions of people. We present many teachings in her own words that contradict the Word of God:

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Resources:

Word of Faith False Teacher Joyce Meyer’s Shocking Doctrine and Heresy – Berean Research

Joyce Meyer  Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

Joyce Meyer Admits Her Views On Prosperity Were Out Of Balance – Christian Post (not recomended)

Did Jesus Go To Hell? Got Questions

Interview with Doreen Virtue: Why we quit working for Joyce Meyer, and left the Word of Faith movement (Video)

What Joyce Meyer believes & teaches, what Joel Osteen believes & teaches – The End Time, Elizabeth Prata

Women Preaching? – A Word Fitly Spoken Podcast

Good News! (The Gospel) A Word Fitly Spoken

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Women Preaching?

Words stand for something, right? The words we use in our Christian faith used to be fairly clear cut, but over the last few years some definitions seem to have become somewhat murky: evangelism, preaching, and how Christian women biblically fit into that equation. Amy and Michelle reprise this episode in advance of a new series on unbiblical women’s teachers next week!

Resources:

Scriptures mentioned in this episode

Rock Your Role Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

What’s in a name? The meaning and origin of “complementarianism” CBMW

The Beauty of Biblically Broad Complementarianism Kevin DeYoung

Good News! (The Gospel) A Word Fitly Spoken

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How to Study the Bible – and How Not To!

The Bible is supernatural. It is complete in itself and needs no other books or commentaries to supplement it. But how do we study it? One of the kindnesses God has shown us as unique people made in His image is that He hasn’t said there’s only one “right way” to spend time with Him in His Word. There are lots of “right ways,” and we’re going to share those “hows.”
Warning: there are a few wrong turns we want to help you avoid in your journey, so you’re going to get some tips on steering clear of doctrinal danger as well.

Resources:

Naomi’s Table Bible Studies for Women

Basic Training: Bible Studies and Sermons– Michelle Lesley- Discipleship  for  Christian Women

Bible Studies (also Bible reading plans)- Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

How to study the Bible for yourself: Inductive Method – Amy Spreeman, Naomi’s Table

When women’s ministries abandon the Bible – Amy Spreeman, Naomi’s Table

Doing Discernment – A Word Fitly Spoken Podcast

Jen Hatmaker teaches women to be “fierce,” not holy – Amy Spreeman, Naomi’s Table

 

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Glad You Asked – Christmas 2020 Part 2

In this second of two parts, Michelle and Amy go to Scripture to answer your questions in depth, including:

  • Has Santa been involved in Christian tradition originally, or was he something recent or pagan?
  • How risky is taking our families to Christmas Eve or Christmas Day services amid a pandemic?
  • Is it safe to sing in church without a mask?
  • Are there Scriptures that address conflict between believers in church when it comes to disagreements over COVID?
  • How did the shepherds know where to go to find Jesus?


Resources:

Who was St. Nicholas, bishop of Myra? Britannica

Is It Wise to Sing Christmas Carols in Church This Year?, TGC

COVID Update and Bible Q & A – John MacArthur

How to talk to your church leaders about false teachers – Amy and Michelle – AWFS Podcast

Church Leaders Who Cancel Christmas Services Are Clinging To Government Lies, Not Christ – The Federalist

Christmas Mythbusters– Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

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Glad You Asked- Christmas 2020 Part 1

In this first of two parts, Michelle and Amy go to Scripture to answer your questions in depth, including:

  • Doesn’t Christmas have pagan roots? Should Christians really be celebrating it?
  • Why is yoga and the enneagram wrong but the pagan roots of Christmas okay?
  • Does Jeremiah 10:3-4 forbid us from having Christmas trees?

Resources:

Is Christmas Pagan?– Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

Glad you Asked: Live from Cruciform Conference

Top 7 Reasons the Enneagram is Unbiblical

Should we have a Christmas tree?– Got Questions

When Halloween Comes Knocking – A Word Fitly Spoken Podcast

A Very Merry Glad You Asked – A Word Fitly Spoken Podcast

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Christmas Dinner with the Sexual Sinner

How should a Christian relate to someone in their lives who is obviously living in sexual sin, without appearing to condone this marriage? Thankfully, God does not leave us without answers. As with every other issue in life, our thinking, our words, and our actions must be shaped by and in submission to the authority of Scripture. Not public opinion. Not political agendas. Not our own personal feelings, opinions, and experiences. Scripture.

Resources:

Such were some of you: Ruth’s story – Naomi’s Table interview 2015

Is it possible to be a gay Christian? – Got Questions

If homosexuality is a sin, why didn’t Jesus ever mention it?– Got Questions

Matthew Vines quietly holds private meetings with Christian leaders– Berean Research

Matthew Vines trains churchgoers to transform their churches to be inclusive – Berean Research

Pastor Voddie Baucham on Homosexuality and Transgenderism – Video

The Mailbag: Should Christians Attend Homosexual “Weddings”?– Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

Basic Training: Homosexuality, Gender Identity, and Other Sexual Immorality– Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women

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