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A Road to Egalitarianism

Recognizing Equality

“Between the privileges of men and women there was a great disparity among the Jews. A man might shave his head, and rend his clothes in the time of mourning; a woman was not permitted to do so. 426 more words

Women In Ministry

For the Women Who Hear "You Can’ts": An Easter Story of Hope #StoriesofEaster

{This post is my contribution to the Stories of Easter syncroblog hosted by Convergent Books.}

It was a Sunday morning my senior year of college. I was sitting in church with my fiancé and his family as I thought about how nice the service was: the music was incredible and the people were really friendly. 1,206 more words


Let Me Be A Woman

POTUS so thoughtfully reminded me today in my Twitter feed that “by the age of 65, the average woman will have lost $431,000 over her working lifetime because of the earnings gap.”  I believe the discrimination of women is happening in the workplace.  948 more words

Remembering Corrie ten Boom

When I was in middle school, I went through a long phase of preoccupation with the Holocaust.  My family had stopped in Washington D.C. when we returned from living in South America and were driving from Miami to New Hampshire, where my Nana lived.  626 more words

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Conservative Christian Women And The Worst Accusation

Arguments that restrict women from leadership devalue womanhood and question the calling these women have to pastoral ministry. As I have defended my work on the biblical and theological support for women in ministry, I’ve learned that these implications may not even be the most hurtful thing that is said to these women.


Skirts in the Pulpit: Women in Ministry

The idea of women in ministry has been, and will continue to be, a hot-button topic in the Christian church. There is no unified, monolithic Christian voice deciding on the issue. 2,319 more words