Women and men leading together, serving as equals
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Mutuality offers articles from diverse writers who share egalitarian theology and explore its intersection with everyday life.
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This issue of Mutuality explores singleness from an egalitarian perspective. We analyze the evangelical obsession with marriage, we rethink identity and cross-gender friendship, and we share the voices of single adults.
Just as our sexuality is more than intercourse, purity is far more than sex. Purity stems from the heart. It is a way of being, seeing, speaking, and living. It is a gift of grace from God.
Paul laments that the demands of family distract from serving the Lord; we teach that service to the Lord and the demands of family are one and the same.
My roommate and I like to watch the TV show Friends. Correction—my roommate and I are addicted to the TV show Friends.
When I was asked to lead a single adult ministry in my church, my response was a quick and emphatic “No!”
We bought the tickets, secured the hotel, and were excited to be on our way to California with our youth group.
Single. Female. Pastor. Three words that are hard to swallow for the general population, much less the Christian community.
“My minister was blurring all women together with the term ‘wives’ in his sermon,” my friend told me over a cup of coffee. “It was so disheartening. It was really hard to hear.
As a single Christian woman in leadership, I often find that people are curious about my marital status.
Exulting in celibacy and singlehood, the apostle Paul reminds the church in Corinth that the anxieties of marriage are part of a world that is “passing away” (1 Cor. 7:31).
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