When Spouses Must Be On The Same Page | WRETCHED TV Episode 3332
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We need to move and I believe we should relocate to an affordable area, but my spouse insists on staying near parents. How do we navigate this?
In my opinion, Mormons have better music than Christians do. Is it wrong to listen to Mormon artists singing hymns and songs about Jesus, even if the songs don’t contain Mormon theology?
Should women teach deep theology to other women? I’ve heard it suggested there’s a deeper theology that should only be taught by elders.
My husband wants me to dress provocatively at home. He says it is for his pleasure and compares it to what prostitutes wear to attract men. I believe this goes against godly principles and feel uncomfortable. What should I do?
While witnessing, how should I respond to someone who questions the trustworthiness of the Old Testament?
If someone does not believe that Jesus is God, what impact will it have on their faith? How does the belief in the divinity of Jesus Christ shape one’s understanding of Christianity?
I have no friends that I can share my life with on a deep level, even in the Church. I feel lonely, hurt, and discouraged. Is it better to find my solace in Christ and not worry too much over not having reliable friends?
I feel called into discernment ministry. I feel like interrupting services where lies are being spewed, but I know there’s a more tactful way to handle this. How do you think I should go about it?
I want to go out and witness, but people would be much more willing to chat with a radio show host versus some random person coming up and talking to them. I don’t have a microphone, so what’s my in?
Is congratulating homosexual couples on their wedding anniversary okay when they’re your family?
What are the indications of a true believer vs. a professing unbeliever, especially in cases where a person appears to believe, feel, say, and do all the right things?
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