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Mutuality | Blog + Magazine | Autumn 2008

The print + digital magazine of CBE International

Mutuality offers articles from diverse writers who share egalitarian theology and explore its intersection with everyday life.

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The opinions expressed in these articles are those of the authors. They do not purport to reflect the opinions or views of CBE International or its members.

Children of God

Autumn 2008

Volume: 15 | Number: 3

Children of God

In this issue you will find reflections on building your family’s purpose, how to teach children about biblical equality, reflections on breastfeeding and God as our nurturer, and tips on equipping teenagers to be world-changers.

Contents

A Cello and a Subaru
By: Megan Greulich | September 5, 2008
In this issue you will find reflections on building your family's purpose, how to teach children about biblical equality, reflections on breastfeeding and God as our nurturer, and tips on equipping teenagers to be world-changers.

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Oaks of Righteousness
By: Heidi and Jim Unruh | September 5, 2008
Our family’s sense of mission derives from Isaiah 61:1–3. Jesus cited this text as the foundation for his earthly ministry (Luke 4:18–19), and we have adopted this as a cornerstone passage that drives and guides the decisions we make as a family.

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Building a Strong Foundation
By: David M. Csinos | September 5, 2008
Even within churches, children and young people continue to learn about gender inequality through both obvious and subtle messages.

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Taste & See
By: Kathy Nesper | September 5, 2008
Again and again, though it is not a step-by-step parenting guide, Scripture can bring practical insights through the ways God models parenting for us.

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Girls, Guys, and God
By: Megan Greulich, Elizabeth Beyer | September 5, 2008
We all know that teenagers (and most people of other ages) love to talk about dating and romance. It is a normal aspect of life, particularly in teens’ stage of development.

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A Devotional for Families: Luke 8:40–56
By: Mary Stromer Hanson | September 5, 2008
“My daughter is dying; come heal her,” begged the father with his last breath. Jesus followed the man back to his residence. Jairus dared to calm his pounding heart. Then a woman threw herself at Jesus’ feet, sobbing.

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Christ Comes to Make His Blessings Known, Far as the Curse is Found
By: Mimi Haddad | September 5, 2008
An overemphasis on the nuclear family lacks biblical perspective. While marriage is sacred and parenting highly revered in Scripture, the family that the Bible deals with most often is God’s family—God’s New Covenant community.

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Liberating Tradition: Women's Identity and Vocation in Christian Perspective
By: Mark Mathis | October 31, 2008
Kristina LaCelle-Peterson writes a compelling outline of Christian feminism that serves as a valuable tool for the average evangelical seeking more refined and informed thinking about gender from a biblical perspective. 

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