Blog/Magazine Article

Florence Li: Pioneer in the Anglican Priesthood (Part 1)

Submitted by kmceachern_10061 on Wed, 03/03/2021 - 09:29

Editor’s note: This article is the fourth in our 2021 Black History Month and Women’s History Month series. During February and March, the Mutuality Blog will publish articles about Black women and women of color throughout Christian history, to tell and retell the stories of our foremothers of the faith who are often overlooked or misrepresented by history books. We hope this series will inspire you to continue learning more about the egalitarian women who fought for their God-ordained equality and the ways we can continue the work they began.

Eyes Open To Abuse: A Tool to Create a Safer Church

Submitted by kmceachern_10061 on Wed, 02/24/2021 - 12:35

For years, CBE has been sounding the alarm that male-only leadership and complementarian theology create space in churches and families for abusers to hide, or worse, to feel justified in their actions. If you have spent much time on our website, at our conferences, or reading our blog, you are well aware of this.  

Celebrating Sojourner Truth as Extraordinary Also Means Lamenting Why She Had to Be

Submitted by kmceachern_10061 on Wed, 02/17/2021 - 10:25

Editor’s note: This article is the third in our 2021 Black History Month and Women’s History Month series. During February and March, the Mutuality Blog will publish articles about Black women and women of color throughout Christian history, to tell and retell the stories of our foremothers of the faith who are often overlooked or misrepresented by history books. We hope this series will inspire you to continue learning more about the egalitarian women who fought for their God-ordained equality and the ways we can continue the work they began.

Why We Can't Forget the Women Leaders of Azusa Street

Submitted by kmceachern_10061 on Wed, 02/10/2021 - 10:16

Editor’s note: This article is the second in our 2021 Black History Month and Women’s History Month series. During February and March, the Mutuality Blog will publish articles about Black women and women of color throughout Christian history, to tell and retell the stories of our foremothers of the faith who are often overlooked or misrepresented by history books. We hope this series will inspire you to continue learning more about the egalitarian women who fought for their God-ordained equality and the ways we can continue the work they began.

The Freedom-Faith of Rev. Dr. Prathia Hall Wynn

Submitted by kmceachern_10061 on Wed, 02/03/2021 - 09:46

Editor’s note: This article is the first in our 2021 Black History Month and Women’s History Month series. During February and March, the Mutuality Blog will publish articles about Black women and women of color throughout Christian history, to tell and retell the stories of our foremothers of the faith who are often overlooked or misrepresented by history books.