Tagged: Ann Voskamp

The Quest of Beth Moore

Beth Moore is releasing a new book and study series called “The Quest”. She offers a glimpse into its purpose with the words, “To foster an adventurer-mentality as royal subjects of royal blood unrecognized...

Reformed and other Facebook Memes

Here are a few Facebook memes by Psalm 12 Outreach that you can share if you like. For more, please visit us on our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/psalm12outreach. Enjoy! [fb-post href=”https://www.facebook.com/psalm12outreach/photos/a.861236063940166.1073741828.846625632067876/942027119194393/?type=1&theater”] [fb-post href=”https://www.facebook.com/psalm12outreach/posts/941698385893933:0″] [fb-post...

The rise of the feminine Church of Eden.

There’s no doubt that women are gaining a substantial voice in the Evangelical Church today. There’s Beth Moore, who travels extensively, speaking at conferences to audiences of both men and women. There’s Ann Voskamp, a well known writer of personal religious experiences, and of course, similar author, Sarah Young. Priscilla Shirer is gaining popularity among Evangelical congregations. And of course there are the famous Word of Faith pastrices, Christine Caine and Joyce Meyer. There are many others, including Lisa Bevere, Paula White, Kelly Minter, Angie Smith and Margaret Feinberg. But what do these women all have in common? They either teach something unbiblical, practice something unbiblical, or, in most cases, both.

Ann Voskamp's Dangerous View of God's Love.

People who are familiar with author Ann Voskamp know that she is a charismatic, melodramatic writer, who writes in a tedious, semi-poetic style of writing that you either love or hate. Her grammatical style...

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