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Why Requiring Women to Register for Military Service Would Destroy American Families

Hey Friends….with my passion for women’s issues, a door has opened for me to write about women potentially being forced to register for the military draft. This article was published in The Daily Wire today, and it has caused a slew of interesting comments. It seems that as feminism dies down, the ideals still linger. Here’s the article:

If American women 18 and up are required to register for the military draft, it will be the linchpin to the dismantling of America. As the first leader of the Soviet Union, Vladimir Lenin, once said, “Destroy the family, destroy the nation.”

By forcing young women into war in their prime years of marriage and motherhood, not only would we negate their natural desires for home and family, but we would also potentially leave children separated from both parents in time of war. Absent mothers create a vacuum of stability and love that is essential to the family. When parents are absent from the home, children suffer from insecurity, loneliness and emptiness, and embark on a constant quest for approval to fill the void of love. They show higher rates of psychiatric disorders, including depression and anxiety, and suffer poor motivation and success in school.

Lenin also said, “A lie told often enough becomes the truth.”

There is a repetitious lie alive in America today: being male or female is a “feeling,” not a reality. CLICK HERE to read the rest and leave your comment!



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About the Author: Jennifer

Jennifer Strickland is a wife, mom, TEDx speaker, and former professional model. She is the author of Girl Perfect, More Beautiful Than You Know, and Beautiful Lies, among other books and Bible studies that teach women their worth in God’s eyes. Since leaving the modeling industry, she founded URMore.org, a non-profit ministry that provides resources to hurting women and girls. Her favorite moments are found working on the family ranch with her husband, who she calls “the Cowboy”; in her kitchen, concocting a new version of her famous spaghetti; or spending time with their three precious children.


At the age of 18, I was recovering from an eating disorder, cutting, and suicide when I read Jennifer Strickland’s book Girl Perfect and it changed my life. At the age of 33, as I travel the world reaching youth for the gospel, this is the only book I recommend to girls who are struggling. The Lord has truly anointed Jennifer’s words through her story, not only to address the struggles of today’s generation of girls, but also to walk them through the healing necessary for victory.

Christina Boudreau

Jennifer is a captivating speaker. She keeps the listener hanging in wonder of what’s coming next! Her presentation is not only absorbing, it reveals the truth of God’s power to heal a wounded spirit.

Barbara Brown

Barbara Brown, Former Stonecroft Ministries Regional Representative, San Diego, CA

“The ‘P’ word [perfection] may be the heaviest burden women bear. All the misguided things we do to attain it can keep us away from what we need most – the unconditional love of God the Father. The Girl Perfect Study Guide gives you a map to the wholeness you were created for.”

Nancy Ortberg

Nancy Ortberg, author and former teaching pastor at Willow Creek Community Church

“The Girl Perfect Study Guide shatters the lies girls and women believe and points to the ultimate truth, which really does set us free. I am confident that this study will help thousands discover a beauty, purpose, and worth that truly lasts. Thank you Jen for exposing the ‘perfect life’ and inviting girls to experience God’s ‘perfect love.'”

Allie Marie Smith

Allie Marie Smith, Founder of Wonderfully Made

One of the best testaments to what Jennifer is doing for the young girls and women of today is a comment from my eleven-year-old granddaughter: “Grammy, I want to read this book and hear her again. She’s good and I learned a lot.” This is exactly what I experienced from a grown-up perspective when I was introduced to Jennifer Strickland’s amazing story. Read it and see if you don’t get the real story from an icon model and a powerful speaker of truth.”

Thelma Wells

Thelma Wells, D.D. (Hon), President of Woman of God Ministries
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