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Are All Women Called to Have Children?
By: Katie Pezzutto | March 23, 2023
Many couples are impacted by an expectation to have children that appears biblical. A wise reading of Scripture leads us away from the belief that all couples are required to bear and raise children. Christian women can find freedom because they are designed to serve God in their unique context.
Educator and Visionary: A Profile of Mary McLeod Bethune
By: Rachel Larsen | March 16, 2023
When a swarm of Ku Klux Klan marched onto her campus, Mary McLeod Bethune and other staff members stood their ground. Little did Bethune know that when God had shut the door for her to become a missionary, she would find herself here and later become one of the most influential educators and activists of [...]
Sacred Wound, Sacred Calling: Elevating Women Survivors Worldwide
By: Mimi Haddad | March 9, 2023
In honor of International Women’s Day, we lift up the voices of women survivors and their allies around the globe who fight against sexual and physical abuse. Their “sacred wounds” transform into “sacred callings” of justice and truth, lighting the way to human flourishing for all.
Embrace Biblical Women's Equality to Improve the Daily Life of Your Marriage
By: Sarabeth Ng | February 27, 2023
The authors in this issue help us answer the question, What does it look like for women and men “to share authority equally in service and leadership in the home”?
Do We Want Sameness or Equality in Our Homes?
By: Ilana Reimer | February 27, 2023
Equality as sameness is a narrow binary that doesn’t get at the heart of the problems it seeks to overcome.
But Who Makes the Final Decision?
By: Kara Angus | February 27, 2023
The practical implications of a marriage where both the husband and wife share leadership and decision-making responsibility.
Paying Attention to Fatherhood: Why I Stepped Down from Pastoral Ministry
By: Touger Thao | March 5, 2017
For too long, I’ve made excuses for not being present and for being less than a full partner in the life of my family. To be a father means to not just hope for a world where my wife and daughters can flourish; it means helping to bring that world into being.
How the New Testament Turned Marriage in the Ancient World on Its “Head”
By: Scott Goode | February 27, 2023
What if Paul was writing not to redeem patriarchy but to overthrow it?
Caregiving and Gender Equity in Interabled Relationships
By: Kailey Bradley | February 27, 2023
Hierarchical, patriarchal models of marriage don’t account for how human bodies work, slow down, ache, bend, and break.
A Single Testimony Changes Generations
By: Natasha Sistrunk Robinson | June 5, 2015
It is true, we become like what we see. Growing up, what I saw was my mother, Sallie. She worked hard and gave everything she could so my sister and I had opportunities to thrive. She served in the church and in the community. She loved family and was always hospitable to strangers. She was [...]