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Jessalyn Hutto

Here are some articles that I found encouraging and edifying this week. Perhaps they will be a blessing to you as well.

The Whole Truth: To the Christian Woman Who Just Discovered Her Husband's Affair

"Your husband did not make this choice because you weren't pretty enough, available enough, submissive enough, talkative enough, quiet enough, sporty enough, or smart enough. He did not make this choice because you've spent the last five years pregnant or breastfeeding. He did not make this choice because you've been in the throes of hot flashes or because your skin hangs in wrinkles around your neck and bags under your eyes. He did not make this choice because you were not enough.

He made this choice because he was not enough."

Should Women Wear Head Coverings?

"Isn’t it inconsistent to reject Paul’s appeal for women to wear head coverings while affirming his command for women not to teach or have authority over men, since in both contexts Paul uses virtually the same (creation-related) reasoning?"

4 Simple Ways Fred Elliot Discipled His Children

"None of us will be perfect fathers, but, by God’s grace, we can be purposeful fathers and maybe some of our own sons will shake the gates of hell much like Jim Elliot did."

The Truth About Margaret Sanger

"By no means am I defending Sanger. Rather, I am simply pointing out that Sanger’s views as they have been memed through Facebook may not be the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. And as Christians, we need to concern ourselves foremost with what is true, even if it seems like the truth won’t serve our cause as much as a half-truth."