Tag Archives: Gender Equality

Advent Joy – Bringing Joy

“A woman’s greatest calling is in being a wife and mother” a young Christian woman was near tears when telling me what her women friends at church said to her. Continue reading

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Advent Hope – Groundhog Day all over again

Each year the liturgical calendar gets reset and we begin again with where it began. We know what is going to happen to Jesus at Easter, but each November we begin by retelling the story from the beginning, all over again.  We get a new chance like Phil the weatherman did in the movie Groundhog Day. We hope this year we get it right. Continue reading

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Part 4. Destination, the Garden

Its significance is greater than her confession that she was not married to the man with whom she was living. She was worthy in her own right, as a woman, to be told directly by him that he was the Messiah. Continue reading

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It was time to get out of Afghanistan

Thank God religion does not rule in the United States. At least, not yet. But if Christians have their way, it will. And it will be the women who suffer. Continue reading

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Part 4. Destination, the garden

No matter what shape the world is in, the writers of The Danvers Statement would never have chosen the woman at the well to be the instrument God used to win lost people to Christ. Continue reading

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Mega abuse from mega pastor

What is your response to abuse of women? Continue reading

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Book review: black and white bible, black and blue wife

It is never easy reading about abuse but it necessary. It is necessary that the victims tell their story that could never be told while they were living in fear of their lives. Continue reading

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Lent. Part 4. Destination, the garden

No matter what shape the world is in, the writers of The Danvers Statement would never have chosen the woman at the well to be the instrument God used to win lost people to Christ. Continue reading

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How Christianity Today can turn debacle into something good

How Christianity Today can turn something really bad into something really good. Continue reading

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Lent. Part 3. Destination, the garden

There are people representative of certain groups he must tell the Good News that he is the Messiah. This Gentile woman represents one of those groups. Continue reading

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