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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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Maternal love finds its origins in the heart of God. So when we see God only as male, as Father, we miss the chance to connect with the Mother heart of God and heal the mother-wounds in our souls.

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Churches and Christian organizations need to examine their policies for mothers, especially maternity leave. We need to create generous provisions to care for the mothers who serve in our midst.

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At Easter, we reflect on the resurrection of Jesus Christ and what it meant for all of us—and for women in particular. We see women’s creational identity as image-bearers restored in the garden on Easter.

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There is a cloud of women witnesses who have gone before us and who are surely a great encouragement in our faith. Unfortunately, even our own seminaries overlook and misconstrue them.

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The church needs to do better in caring for the mental and physical health of mothers. A thorough understanding of Genesis 1 and 3 will help build a framework from which to act.

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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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A Black woman’s struggle to develop her identity as a wife, mother, and Christian inside the white evangelical church. Plus, how she has found healing after leaving.

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There is a void in our pulpits and theology because we do not hear from pastors who are mothers. One pastor shares two sermon themes that have been burning in her bones since she became a mother.

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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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