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How women are affected by male headship rules

It’s a good chance that you might know more than your pastor about how women are marginalized and treated by everyday living and society in general. This week I had my eyes opened further by a 30 year old woman … Continue reading

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My blog is #45 in Top 50 Christian Women Blogs

Only 2 more days in 2016. Still time to do something before the year is over. What will you do? Continue reading

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Another year lost for women

It is Christmas. Do your actions reflect Hope, Peace, Joy and Love? Continue reading

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Advent Love – It’s personal

When we feel we can hate one group because the Bible says so, then we can restrict the other group because “the Bible says so.” Continue reading

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Advent Joy – Bringing joy

“A woman’s greatest calling is in being a wife and mother” is what her women friends at church said to her. Continue reading

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Advent Peace. What did the angels know?

I think the angels may have given us more credit than we are due. Continue reading

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Advent Hope – Groundhog Day all over again

Beginning another Advent season looking forward to the birth of a Baby who has come to turn the world upside down. Continue reading

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Honeyed words and crazy theology

Nothing I have ever said is as harsh as “only men can be senior pastors” and “women must submit graciously to their husbands.” Continue reading

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When Texas Baptists meet in Waco

Once again, women’s equality will be ignored when church leaders get together to discuss the future of the church. Continue reading

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What do we really learn in church?

The tweet said far more about the man who tweeted it than it did about the victim. Continue reading

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