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Beth Moore, Part 2: What It Was Like to Leave the SBC

“​​One of the things that has concerned me most was believing that there was an extremely hard pull to the far right where there was going to be less and less for women to do…that the only thing a woman really was called to do that was blessed by God in the church was in the context of the traditional family. And I don’t know what that does. I love the family. I love my role as wife. I love my role as mother. But I’m going to ask you, what in the world are you going to do with 10,000 single men and women?”

“[God] really does have a plan. He really does know what he’s called you to. He really is going to walk you through. Not instantly, but we’re on a journey with him. We’re walking in the Spirit with Christ, and he is going to lead you to what he has called you to do. And so you persevere. This is what we do. We are in this thing and we endure.”

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Galatians
James
Romans 8

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Now That Faith Has Come: A Study of Galatians by Beth Moore and Melissa Moore

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