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Secular science and research shows that women are better at collaboration than men. One pastor explains how she leverages this strength to better disciple her congregation.

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This week on the Global Impact Thread, hosts Mimi and Kim interview Dr. Aletta Bell about her lifelong medical work in North India.

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Dr. Robinson shares her current research in mental health and bible interpretation, particularly in light of the traumatic psychological impact of the COVID pandemic within the Black community and the Black church.  

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In this episode, Erin & Blake discuss the latest issue of Mutuality Magazine that is all about motherhood.

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The face of exploitation and abuse continues to be a woman. What role can the church play in helping everyone understand the value and equal place women have in the world?

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A pastor shares the difficulties of being pregnant while pastoring a church. She also shares seven tips for how churches can better serve their pregnant staff and especially pregnant pastors.

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One woman shares her church experience during her struggle with infertility. Her experience indicates a larger problem in the church: Christians still teach that motherhood is the ultimate fulfillment of biblical womanhood.

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Would a women’s church strike change men’s perception of women? Many women want full equality but aren’t prepared to fight for it. We can learn much from the women of Putney, Iceland, and the Catholic church in Germany.

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This week on the Intersectionality thread, host Angela interviews Dr. Kwok Pui Lan on her co-authored book with Joerg Rieger, Occupy Religion: Theology of the Multitude. Kwok discusses the occupy movement and how the multitude refers to the 99%.

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Even as egalitarians, our conversations about abuse in the church are often laced with patriarchy, centering men as authoritative even though they are not the primary victim.

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