Tag: Lies Young Women Believe
Lies Young Women Believe: What I Do Now Doesn't Affect the Future.
Recently, a young female celebrity who was once a sweet-faced child star was in trouble (again) for being drunk. Magazines displayed photos of her passed out in a car after a night of hard partying. Her fans quickly came to her defense. One wrote: People really need to ease up on the girl. If every
Lies Young Women Believe: I Can't Handle the Loneliness of Staying Pure
A young girl enrolled in a Christian middle school gave voice to the great loneliness many of us feel in our quest for purity. She said: I think that at my school, having sex is normal. Everybody has either had sex or they are really close to it. That is something I struggle with a
Lies Young Women Believe: God is Not Enough
Have you ever believed this lie: “God is not enough?” You might not think that you believe God is not enough. We talked to over 1,000 teen girls about the lies that were making them feel depressed, lonely, angry, stressed, hopeless and a lot of other terrible emotions. Most of them knew that God should
Lies Young Women Believe: How we are Deceived by Satan’s Lies
The Bible tells us that Satan poses as an “angel of light” (2 Corinthians 11:14). Ezekiel 28 tells the story of how he asserted his claim to be like God. He is the Impostor. And his motives are malicious through and through, as Jesus Himself pointed out: “The devil . . . was a murderer
Lies Young Women Believe: And The Truth That Sets Them Free
From the time she was in junior high when her parents divorced, Erin Davis struggled with panic attacks. They came mostly at night and were spurred on by horrific nightmares. When she awoke, sometimes she could barely breathe. She dreaded going to sleep because she never knew when she’d wake up in the middle of
Is Purity An Idol In Christian Circles?
One of my single, twenty-something team members returned from Christmas break with something of an epiphany having occurred. "I've made purity an idol in my life," she confessed. She's not the first to consider this and it may be worth a conversation. But while I believe it's possible that purity may be an idol in your life, it is a myth that purity is an idol.