Welcome to CHFWeb.com  The Christian Homeschool Fellowship on the WEB
Quick Start
[Support our Advertisers!] Getting Started on the Homeschooling BUS!
SheLaughed.com
CHFWeb Forum Area Articles of Significance on CHFWeb.com CHFWeb Mall --For all your resource needs! Library Area on CHFWeb.com Advertise Contact Us
CHFWeb Help!
[Support our Advertisers!] Contributions from our Members:   "Logs In Our Own Eyes" ... Barbara posted this prayer -- believing that God will give us victory -- in response to the question ..."I am judgmental and critical. How do I change?" [Support our Advertisers!]
Home » CHFWeb Forum » TitusTwo » Titus Two Women's Section Guidelines
Titus Two Women's Section Guidelines [message #2176] Sun, 24 April 2005 18:37
Tamara Eaton
Messages: 4956
Registered: April 2005
Location: South
Senior Member
We welcome you to join us on the CHFWeb Titus Two Women’s section!

We provide this area so the older Christian women can offer encouragement and godly wisdom to the younger women in the spirit of Titus 2: 4-5.

Our goal is to keep the advice in line with God’s Word, weighing everything shared in light of what He says. While you don’t necessarily have to be above a certain age in order to respond to questions in this section, we do encourage you to prayerfully seek the Lord for wisdom in how you respond to others here and make sure it’s in line with scripture.


Topics of Intimacy and Personal Sensitive Issues
We encourage those who feel the need for advice about very personal and intimate topics to email one of the older Christian women participating on CHFWeb's Titus Two Women's section instead of posting details openly on the public board. Our goal is to keep CHFWeb "Family-Friendly" and we are unable to make sure responses to questions of a sensitive nature don't go into too much detail for the public board.


[Updated on: Sat, 25 April 2015 08:16]

Previous Topic:A reminder to all of us.
Next Topic:Thankful for answered prayer
Goto Forum:
  


Current Time: Sun Dec 17 16:31:53 EST 2017

Total time taken to generate the page: 0.04223 seconds
.:: Contact :: Home ::.

Perpetual Motion! ... My seven year old son is perpetual motion and does math problems while hanging upside down or thumping his leg against the furniture. He's relatively still when he reads to himself and to me now, but when he first learned to read, he would bounce around so much he would sometimes lose his place.

CHFWeb.com Interactive is Powered by: FUDforum 2.6.12.
Copyright ©2001-2004 FUD Forum Bulletin Board Software