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    How Feminism Is Destroying Family Structures And Homes In Our Society

    How feminism is destroying family structures and homes in our society and introducing a toxic culture and tradition. The London Feminist Network defines ‘‘Patriarchy refers to a society in which there are unequal power relations between women and men whereby women are systematically disadvantaged and oppressed’.  Most radical feminists see the family as a tool important in maintaining male power. “Men have perceived this threat, by natural responses of flight of fight while women predominantly adopt a less aggressive tend-and-befriend response,” Dr. Joohyung Lee, from the Prince Henry’s Institute in Melbourne.  Even when Jesus was arrested, the first response of Simon Peter, was a fight response as seen in the gospel of…

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    For Children With Lost Dreams

    For Children With Lost Dreams. Some children dream of positively changing the world. Some children dream of helping their parents and others. Some children dream of spreading love, light and beauty. Despite all these glorious aspirations, the dreams of so many children get lost in the sea of illness, parent’s divorce, abandonment and sometimes death. Jesus had a special and soft spot for children and he once said this to those who were rebuking the children from accessing him: 13 Then little children were brought to Him that He might put His hands on them and pray, but the disciples rebuked them. 14 But Jesus said, “Let the little children…

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    What Does Love Mean To Children

    What does love mean to children as they grow up? What does love mean to children as they grow up? Are we teaching children the true meaning of love and helping them not only know the love of Jesus Christ but love for others? I found five children at the park and decided to ask them what love meant to each of them. They gave me some delightful answers. Thomas – Age 6 – “Love is when Daddy tucks me in to sleep at night and reads me a story.” Jenny – Age 5 – “Love is when mummy buys me dolls and treats.” Benjamin – Age 5 – “Love is being all nice and good.” Gerry…

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