Tag Archives: Women Preachers

This woman is a preacher

Mariam Ibraheem Ishag preached a more powerful message than you will hear in church Sunday. Continue reading

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Attacking the messenger

Will you tell them that Jesus called the religious people vipers because their words were deadly against the people? Continue reading

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Paige Patterson’s tears

Paige Patterson has blood on his hands. Continue reading

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The most valuable soul

Will you join me in speaking up for those who do not have the most valuable souls? Continue reading

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Testing women’s strength

Women are stronger than we think. Continue reading

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Boundaries – Part 3

Binding women comes in many forms. Travel is one of those. Continue reading

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Twisters in the pulpit

That old game of Twisters is still being played. Continue reading

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The laborers wear dresses

Are we producing enough pastors to meet the demand, or is it that the laborers we are producing wear a dress? Continue reading

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Let Freedom Ring – Part 4

This blog is not about whether or not homosexuality is a sin. It is about the message our brains have received and that many have bought into it, and accept it as fact, that women preachers equate homosexuality. Continue reading

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Until all women are equal in church, none are

You may think your church is doing the right thing because a woman can be on stage on the worship team, but until the woman in the pew can be a deacon, none are equal. Continue reading

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