Do I Stay or Do I Go Now?

January 30, 2017
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Question: is your church feminized?
Test: Can your pastor preach on Ephesians 5:22 without first having to apologize or give some other sort of “trigger warning”
“Wives, submit yourselves to your own husbands as you do to the Lord”
The superficial answer is yes, your church is feminized if your pastor has to roll over and ask for his belly rub approval from the women in attendance before preaching this vital scripture. In reality many churches today will not preach this scripture. You will hear many mentions of Ephesians 5:25 “Husbands , love your wives as Christ loved the Church and gave himself up for her”, but most churches pretend that the preceding scripture simply does not exist
However, the actual correct answer to the question is that if your pastor or church even feels the need to preach on Ephesians 5:22 it is at least partially feminized. So the question then becomes “what must I do?”. There are two answers. The first is that you can take action. Find like-minded men and women, have meetings, and work to create a culture that honors God’s design for families. This can be challenging. Do not even attempt this without first reading Vox Day’s book SJW’s Always Lie.
Buy it, read it, pass it around, take notes. Formulate a plan. Because you will find vicious resistance from the embedded SJWs in your church, and you will see people who you once thought to be kind, loving Christians expose themselves as outright liars and deceivers of the worst kind. Do not be surprised if you get accused of beating your wife, cheating, stealing, or molesting kids. Yes, it can get that bad. Some of the Men of The West are doing this. They are fighting the evil from within.
The other option is to leave your church for a more traditional church where this isn’t even an issue. But leaving your established church family can be challenging in itself. It can cause great harm in its own ways. You will lose friends. You may even be alienated from family. And finding such a church within close proximity may prove impossible. There are other Men of the West who chose this route.
Unfortunately there is no easy or right choice here. You have to search your soul. Pray and ask for guidance.

Donner Schwanze is a Traditional Christian with Traditional values. He has had a tough life and has worked hard for everything he has. As a Father and a Husband, Donner will do whatever it takes to defend his God, his nation, and his family.


  1. “However, the actual correct answer to the question is that if your pastor or church even feels the need to preach on Ephesians 5:22 it is at least partially feminized.”
    Have to disagree with that. There are good pastors out there trying to wake men up. It’s important they hear this, to at least get them to start thinking about living the way God commanded them to.

    • My point was that there is already a festering problem if the pastor or men think that a reminder of this problem could be useful. I don’t fault anyone for making the wake up call. But to deny they were sleeping at the wheel, even for just a moment, is how these problems get rooted.

  2. “Have to disagree with that. There are good pastors out there trying to wake men up. ”
    If the men are napping and need to be roused from their sleep, that church is partially feminized. The church is not just the leaders, it is the whole body. Still, that is a better state than a church without leaders rousing their men.

  3. I’ve been having this discussion with myself about a church near our new home. This week I’ve been considering making it home and getting involved with the lead men that seen to have a heart for God and his Word.
    Walked in this morning and they were having a woman-lead service sans preaching. Walked out.
    I just showed my wife this article and she asked if I noticed that none of the key men or their families were there. I had not.
    Truly good and relatively uncorrupted churches are few and far between.
    I would love to find a church filled with God fearing Dread Ilk. Yet it seems God has scattered us across the world as salt and light.

    • Well, to be honest, while we all know each other, respect each other, and love one another, if you get many of the Dread Ilk in the same room, you can bank on it that there will be a religious argument. We argue, fight, and prod one another. There is much we disagree with. At the same time, we do it because we all want to be better than we are now. If we differ, we want to know why. The goal is truth.
      That was an aside. For your own situation, I just recommend searching out the best option you can find in your area. Of course, everywhere is different. Some of us are home church folks. Some are Methodists. Some are Bible Church/Non-denominational, some are Eastern Orthodox, some are Baptists, etc. I suppose cover the entire spectrum.

  4. In the first century, many Christians worshiped at home.
    After the wife of one of the founding families at our Church of Christ
    turned into a raging, frothing hillery supporter last summer, we left.
    We worship at home. Thankfully, our grown children have left already.

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