Tag Archives: Priesthood of Believers

My Wife Has a Savior and I’m not Him

In the recent Desiring God article Husbands, Get Her Ready for Jesus, a pastor writes: It’s crystal clear: God calls husbands to be instruments of his sanctifying work in the lives of our wives. “Husbands, love your wives, as Christ loved the church … Continue reading

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If Dads Are Pastors Of Their Families, What Does That Make Moms?

Here’s an interesting (and by interesting I mean odd) meme on husbands: If the husband is the Pastor, what does that make the wife? Well, if they have kids maybe she can be the Children’s Ministry Director. (She can’t be … Continue reading

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Zipporah, the woman who mediated with God for her husband

I’m reading through Exodus at the moment and came to a passage that has puzzled me every time I’ve read it. The story picks up as God tells Moses he has a job for him to do with Pharaoh and … Continue reading

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The Pope on Gay Priests, Women Priests and What it Means for Mariolatry

Someone asked Pope Francis this week about the future of gay priests in the Catholic Church. He answered: “If someone is gay and he searches for the Lord and has good will, who am I to judge?” Good for him. Since … Continue reading

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