Explore the articles below to deepen your understanding of issues related to women’s equality within the family, church, and the world:
What does it mean to belong? How do we dismantle toxic systems and create equity in our missional spaces? Hosts Blake and Erin talk with Eeva Simard and Beth Birmingham about their practical book on organizational leadership and gender equality: Creating Cultures of Belonging: Cultivating Organizations Where Women and Men Thrive. Be sure to pick up your copy at the CBE bookstore and visit The Christian Alliance for Inclusive Development to follow their work.
Micah 6:8 contains three seemingly simple commands: do justice, love mercy, and walk humbly with God. Justice-doing is meant to be a central tenet of lived faith. And yet, humans
I self-identify as a womanist biblical scholar who performs biblical interpretation from a womanist perspective. A womanist perspective unapologetically prioritizes black women’s experiences, voices, traditions, artifacts, and concerns as legitimate
This is a list based on Peggy McIntosh’s now famous article, “White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack.” In her article, McIntosh examines how racial privilege impacts her everyday life, expectations,
The news coming out of Willow Creek Community Church recently has been nothing short of tragic. It has been painful to hear the stories of the women who were victimized,
Faith Communities Today 2010 found 12% of congregations in the US had a female as senior or sole ordained leader. For evangelical congregations, it’s 9%.
Women and Leadership
Pew Research Center
Public says women are equally qualified, but barriers persist.
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