Messianic Keepers at Home

I’m leaving Bajor for the time being and coming back down to earth to write a Homemaking blog.

I’ve started a network on Ning called Messianic Keepers at Home:

Here’s the blurb:

“The Messianic Keepers at Home network is a place to encourage Messianic women in their roles as wives, mothers and homemakers.

“The aged women likewise, that they be in behaviour as becometh holiness, not false accusers, not given to much wine, teachers of good things; That they may teach the young women to be sober, to love their husbands, to love their children, To be discreet, chaste, keepers at home, good, obedient to their own husbands, that the word of [YHWH] be not blasphemed.”
Titus 2:3-5

Wherever you are on the Messianic spectrum, from Jewish Christian through to Nazarene Israelite or Torah-observant Followers of Yeshua, this is a place to learn and teach in the spirit of Titus 2.

I started this network because of a perceived need for the Titus 2 ministry within the Messianic movement. It is the fruit of a long-time interest and vision. It is my hope and prayer that this network will enable, support and encourage both older women to teach and younger women to learn. May it be a blessing to you all, to your husbands, your children, your parents, the Household of Faith and the wider society in which you live.

Christian and Jewish women are also welcome provided they are not opposed to the Messianic faith.

Not a place to debate theology or scripture, except in love and where it can bless, encourage and edify.

Please behave in a spirit of Chesed (kindness, or ‘grace’), love and gentleness at all times. Lashon hara (unpleasant speech in any form) is not acceptable.

Please come and join us!


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. maccabee
    May 22, 2008 @ 01:23:56

    This is a beautiful post

    We are all called to different jobs. It is beautiful in this day and age when a wife (I’m assuming you are married) who is called to be a homemaker does not give in to the Feminist Farce that tells them that being a homemaker is a waste. Even when they have jobs, it is considered taboo to talk about it the joys of homemaking. Congratulations on seeing past that nonsense.



    • lillbjorne
      May 22, 2008 @ 10:55:02

      Re: This is a beautiful post

      It’s not easy, because feminist thought is so pervasive in our society.
      I do believe that in years gone by, there were issues that needed to be addressed (indeed even still – violence against women, rape, to name but two examples) but feminism, far from redressing the balance, tipped the scales toward another extreme, since it starts from the point of rejection of ‘service’, ‘giving of oneself’ which in essence is a rejection of Scripture.



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