Tag Archives: egalitarian

Women drivers (aka women preachers)

Saudia Arabia was the last country holdout in allowing women to drive. The church is the last holdout in allowing their women to “drive.” Continue reading

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Who am I talking to?

What justification would God give for making His female creation submissive to males? Continue reading

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Rumblings of a new movement

We are humbled to be HIS story. Continue reading

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We’ve a story to tell to the nations

72% of Christians say they could worship with a woman pastor, but only 9% have that privilege Continue reading

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How the Resurrection comforts us today

Jesus wept over Mary and Martha’s grief and I believe he understands our grief when we lose someone we love. Continue reading

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Stepping into the Christian era

It was not a coincidence that Mary Magdalene was in the garden to see the Resurrected Christ – the new Adam. Everything was leading up to this. Continue reading

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Lent 4. Destination, the Garden

No matter what condition of the world, fundamentalists would not have chosen the woman at the well to give the gospel. Continue reading

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Lent Part 3. Destination, the Garden

What stories are you telling about your relationship with Jesus? Continue reading

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Lent Part 2. Destination the Garden

If Jesus calls women for the extraordinary, why wouldn’t he call women for the ordinary? Preaching, for instance. Continue reading

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We are just plain tired of it

The time is now. Be a part of the second wave. Continue reading

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