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Wemmicks in Walmart

Filed in Worldview by on November 20, 2013 5 Comments
Wemmicks in Walmart

Walmart makes me feel weird. When I heard the hilarious Tim Hawkins crack a joke about how Walmart is like the bar scene in Star Wars, I got it. (And that’s sayin’ something. Ask anyone who knew me in college. I’m the one who started laughing 10 minutes after every joke.) You all know I […]

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Let’s Have the College Conversation

Filed in Education, Worldview by on October 30, 2013 27 Comments
Let’s Have the College Conversation

Yesterday, in Country Mouse, City Mouse, I addressed whether or not ’tis more godly to live in the country than to live in the city, and I argued that the option MOST pleasing to God is a combination of the two. Obviously it’s The Burbs. Where I live. Because, of course, I always do what […]

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Country Mouse, City Mouse: Which One Are You?

Filed in Worldview by on October 29, 2013 14 Comments
Country Mouse, City Mouse: Which One Are You?

I loved the conversation that occurred on yesterday’s post, Are We Persecuting Ourselves?  And I liked the article Molly wrote too. She wasn’t trying to tell anyone what to do. She was raising good questions. Questions some of us want to mull over. I know that almost every single woman reading this blog runs in […]

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Transformed Heart: A Letter From a Reader

Filed in Parenting, Walk With God, Worldview by on May 14, 2013 1 Comment
Transformed Heart: A Letter From a Reader

Shared with Permission from the Writer Dear Natalie The news I have been so eagerly longing and praying for for months: there is a second baby in the oven! Praise God! My husband and I are over the moon with joy. Thank you SO MUCH for your prayers. The original prayer was that I would […]

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Christmas in a Changing Nation

Filed in Walk With God, Worldview by on December 3, 2012 5 Comments
Christmas in a Changing Nation

If you are like me, you might be feeling heavy-hearted about the future of our nation.  The people of the United States are not the same kind of people they used to be.  Socialized, government education, along with propaganda through the media and entertainment, have successfully brainwashed millions in the past two generations.  We reached […]

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All of Life is Ethical, and the Bible is the Yardstick

Filed in Worldview by on January 10, 2012 1 Comment
All of Life is Ethical, and the Bible is the Yardstick

Every Scripture is inspired by God and profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness in order that the man of God may be perfect, thoroughly furnished unto every good work.  2 Timothy 3:16-17 The following excerpt is taken from a book I’m currently reading called By This Standard, by the late […]

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Can You Pass This History Quiz?

Filed in Book Reviews, Worldview by on December 13, 2011 1 Comment
Can You Pass This History Quiz?

The following quiz is taken from our featured book, Assumptions That Affect Our Lives, by Christian Overman. What time and place in history do the following statements describe?  People, especially the educated ones, have rejected traditional religion. Cults from the East have been accepted. Astrology is practiced. Patriotism has declined. Men practice manners which have […]

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Falling for the Lie…Again and Again and…

Filed in Book Reviews, Worldview by on October 27, 2011 3 Comments
Falling for the Lie…Again and Again and…

It’s the same old lie…but she falls for every time. Step One: “Did God REALLY say THAT?  Doubt enters the Wemmick girl’s mind. Hmmmm…well, gee whiz, I guess He couldn’t have really meant THAT.  Could He? Step Two: “You know, if you think about it, THAT couldn’t be true.  Logically.  It isn’t sensible.  Not under […]

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Eating the Placenta: A Christian Worldview Perspective

Filed in Health and Beauty, Parenting, Worldview by on October 7, 2011 33 Comments
Eating the Placenta: A Christian Worldview Perspective

By Natalie Klejwa, Editress of Visionary Womanhood Placentophagy, the practice of eating the placenta after giving birth, is a subject of some interest among Wemmicks these days.  After googling it, I only found one other “voice” out there raising the question of whether or not it is a morally viable option for those who claim […]

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