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January Link-Up

Here are the best of the best articles dealing with gender issues within Christianity that we have shared on our Facebook page this month.  I had to narrow it down to the posts that we marked with either “Fantastic!” or “Excellent!”.   1,512 more words

U.S. Women Leadership Ranking is Pathetic Compared to Other Countries

When it comes to women in leadership roles, the U.S. isn’t cutting it.

According to a new comparison by Pew, the U.S. ranks 33rd out of 49 high-income countries when it comes to women in the national legislature (20% of the House and Senate are women). 176 more words

30 Day Resolution, Day 20: Find Your World

Yesterday, we evaluated our unique talents and abilities. I ended the post by sharing some of my world-changing burden with you, the reality that God wants to use you within your universe as an agent of change. 631 more words


Leda Braga A Top Hedge Fund Manager

Hedge funds have long been run by a mostly male majority but to kick off the year 2015, we have seen one woman take over a well known, large firm. 284 more words

Lohra Miller

'Egalitarian' and 'Complementarian': Clarifying Terms

Before continuing with my series on why I am an egalitarian, let me pause briefly to clarify terms. Terminology is tricky. Terms are useful, in fact necessary; but they can also be misleading. 1,223 more words

Women In Ministry

#womeninleadership: A Guest Blog by Jessica Ferey, EALS Committee Alumna

According to a 2014 AAMD (Association of Art Museum Directors) study, women led 42.6% of museums surveyed, and those women earned 79 cents to the dollar of men’s salaries. 1,455 more words


5 Types of Women Who Should Read Sheryl Sandberg’s ‘Lean In’

Spent a good week finishing this book. It was a good worthwhile read. I know what you’re thinking. You probably might have heard of the critics’ negative reviews. 689 more words