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By Libby Anne A reader recently asked in a comment if I would write about my experiences with youth group and church camp. I can’t. I didn’t have any. Youth group, you see, was too worldly. It was too fun-based. It wasn’t Biblical. My parents are part of the family integrated church movement. This movement, […]
By Libby Anne. I recently ran across an article on Vision Forum president Doug Phillips’ blog, in which he repeats a line I heard so often growing up: Our world isn’t facing an overpopulation crisis, but is rather headed toward a demographic decline that will result in economic catastrophe. In other words, having 12+ children […]
By Libby Anne. At some point during my teen years, I was at a homeschool conference and found myself in conversation with a homeschool dad. Out of the blue, he asked me whether I thought women should be able to vote. He was scouting me out as a potential wife for one of his five […]
By Libby Anne. Growing up in a family highly influenced by the Christian Patriarchy movement, I was taught that having women in the military was an absolute tragedy. I learned that women should never, ever serve in the military. Why? Because men and women have different roles to play. It is the man’s role to […]