Listen to my radio interviews: Radio Podcasts Events I will speak at any Women's Ministry and Girls' Youth events regardless of size—on a first come first serve basis. To schedule me for an event, please fill out my contact form and include: Type of event i.e., women's retreat, Bible study, Youth event, etc. Topic (choose from below) Date/Time of event and Location Approximate number of attendees Approximate age-range of attendees Radio I can be interviewed on any of the topics listed below, or regarding articles I've written. To schedule me for an interview, please fill out my contact form and include: Name of host(s) Name of show and/or program Name of your radio station Date(s) requested for pre-recorded or live interview Time, length, and number of segment(s) for interview Topic (choose from below) Approximate number of listeners for your station Topics Biblical Submission: In the Home and Church Gracefully Rais
There is much talk within the Christian community about modesty, yet, most of the focus seems to on the exterior appearance of a woman, rather than on what Christ said: "But seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness, and all these things will be added to you." (Matthew 6:33, ESV) And again we find these wise words from the Scriptures, "but let your adorning be the hidden person of the heart with the imperishable beauty of a gentle and quiet spirit, which in God's sight is very precious." (1 Peter 3:4, ESV) The dictionary definition for modesty is: the quality of being modest; freedom from vanity, boastfulness, etc.—regard for decency of behavior, speech, dress, etc.—simplicity; moderation. In 1 Timothy 2:9 the original Greek word used for "modesty" is, αἰδώς, transliterated "aidós" which means: the idea of downcast eyes; bashfulness, (e.g., towards men). As you can clearly see, this attitude of "modesty&q
As I was chatting with Living Waters Publications' Executive Assistant Manager and Producer of "On the Box with Ray Comfort" Allen Atzbi , as well as their Social Media Director Shane Martin , they shared some interesting comments they received from evolutionists. I thought it appropriate to title this article with something Shane said, "evolutionists prove to be very violent". After reading some of their comments (below) I'm sure you'll agree. Since it's inital release (mentioned in my last article ), Ray Comfort's "Evolution vs. God" has garnered thousands of hateful, demeaning and even violent comments from evolutionists. In spite of such unevolved expressions of opposition, the initial release received such a huge response, Living Waters Publications' server crashed momentarily due to the mass influx of downloads. At 12:01 a.m. (EST), August 7, 2013, "Evolution vs. God" was released for free on YouTube.