July 28, 2007 by Stacy McDonald

"Her" Church?

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As Jennie and I finish the last chapters of our book, Passionate Housewives Desperate for God, we are more convinced than ever before that it truly is not about us; it is all about God. When we try to focus on our own needs and wants, we consequently take our focus off of Him – the One who promised to supply all of our needs when we turn to Him and His ways. (Phil. 4:19)

I was grieved beyond words to learn of a Lutheran “church” in California that is beyond weird. I think most Christian women who are just beginning to embrace “Christian” feminism would be horrified to see this website. I don’t think “herchurch” is what they want but, in my opinion it’s the logical end to this “new” teaching that is spreading. I hope this clarifies our alarm over movements that seem to stray from the clear teachings of Scripture regarding God’s creative order. God’s Word is being blasphemed among the heathen.(Ezekiel 36)

Here is a quote from their “about us” page:

“That together with others in church and society we work towards changing policies that deny full acceptance and human dignity to all peoples especially GLBT (gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, trans-sexual) persons who bear the brunt of the churches patriarchal discriminatory policies.”

Pray, ladies! The Church is under attack!

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3 Responses to “"Her" Church?”

  1. Anonymous says:

    I went to that website of “her church” and I was absolutely horrified by the video they had there. What they are doing is not even Biblical. I pray that others don’t fall for that fallacy.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Oh my goodness- it looks more like the New Age syncretism prevalent today than it does the church of Christ. I know those who speak of “the goddess” and it always grieves my heart.

    What struck me the most was seeing the little girls at the bottom of the front page (the only page I skimmed). We really need to pray for those children being raised in this church. May the Lord protect their hearts and lives.

    In prayer for all those at that church,

    Sarah in Ga.

  3. Scrapqueen says:

    Wow. This is unbelievable. I am Lutheran but from a conservative Synod. The ELCA is quite liberal. After looking at the website I had to look up Sophia and discovered that it is comes from Gnosticism. What a heresy. Martin Luther would be dismayed.

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