Tag Archives: gender inclusivity

No better because we are female – but no worse because we are not males

Why does the church neglect its duty to treat women as equals? Continue reading

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The Gift – the Promise

The church house doors have been closed and the people are inside sound asleep. We are knocking at your door, Lord. Continue reading

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The Island of Can’t

Women drop their Christ-given passports at the door on the Island of Can’t. Continue reading

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Industry standards

It is industry standard that a woman not stand before the congregation and read aloud from the Bible. Continue reading

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Grouptalk

Churches engage in grouptalk. Just because it is common knowledge among those in certain groups, does not mean that it is right. Continue reading

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If a woman preaches I’ll walk out the door

How can we deny that God calls women to preach? Just as not all men want to preach, not all women want to preach, but who are we to deny that God will call a woman to preach. Continue reading

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Separation of Church and ?

The church sees nothing wrong in bringing the men to the front and leaving the women behind. The church is guilty of Separation of Church and Women. Continue reading

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When women don’t care

Women are happy in church just like they are, aren’t they? If they don’t like it, then they can leave. Continue reading

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No room for Mama

There is no room for Mama because Papa wants to preach. Continue reading

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Is it discrimination?

It it discrimination against women when a church tells the women of their congregation that they can’t serve in all positions along the men? Do we dislike the label discrimination – even though that is what it might be? Continue reading

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