Why my daughter and I practice head covering

Why my daughter and I practice head covering I want to talk to y’all today about why my daughter and I practice head covering. We’re the only ones in our family or in our church who practice head covering. No one in my expended family practice head covering. We stand alone in this. 1 Corinthians 11 mandates women are to cover their heads when in public worship. Head covering in worship was once a practice supported and taught by Christian churches. It is a practice that, due to feminism’s influence, has long been out of favor. My daughters and I …

The decision to cover and how to start

Are head coverings biblical? Headcovers were the norm throughout most of church history. There are pictures of Billy Graham’s services from the 1940’s; almost all of the women were covered. Just a few decades forward, in the 1970’s, you’ll notice that about half of the women are wearing head covers. By the 1980’s, no women were covered. This mirrored the church at large. 1 Corinthians 11: 1-16, 11 Be ye followers of me, even as I also am of Christ. 2 Now I praise you, brethren, that ye remember me in all things, and keep the ordinances, as I delivered them to …

God’s creation order and the practice of head coverings

Head coverings are based in creation order Are head coverings biblical? In 1 Corinthians 11: 2-16, God commands women to cover and men not to, so, yes, head coverings are biblical. The command by our Lord that women cover their heads during a time of corporate worship wasn’t an afterthought. It wasn’t a capricious command by Paul. The command to cover in worship is based in creation order: First Adam was created, then Eve–and because of this–so says Scripture–women are to cover their heads in corporate worship. When we obey this, sisters, we are testifying to creation order and thus …