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Setting the Record Straight: Roundtable Q and A

By: Mimi Haddad, Cynthia Muniz Soares, Alan Myatt, Cynthia Long Westfall, Viktorya Zalewski Baracy | September 27, 2023

A selection of questions from CBE's 2023 conference roundtable session, with answers from some of our conference speakers.

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New Voices: “Women will be saved through childbearing”? 1 Timothy 2 and Artemis with Dr. Sandra Glahn

By: Erin Moniz, Blake Dean, Sandra Glahn | September 22, 2023

Are women saved through childbearing? Blake and Erin tackle one of the stickiest passages concerning women in the New Testament with scholar, Sandra Glahn. In her forthcoming book: Nobody’s Mother, Glahn tackles this passage from 1 Timothy and the context that informs it. You can find the book in CBE’s Bookstore. 

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The Empowerment of Brazilian Christian Women Through Biblical Examples

By: Viktorya Zalewski Baracy | September 14, 2023

The world of Brazilian women is highly diverse and faces certain challenges depending on their social and geographic contexts. Amidst this diversity, we wonder if the most widely consumed Christian books in Brazil contribute positively to the spiritual formation and education of women.

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Finding Our Identity in the Imago Dei

By: Kathy Myatt | September 14, 2023

Seeing ourselves and each other as God does means we are no longer bound to gender-based cultural rules. We are able to grow in love, work to promote the growth and well-being of others, whether that be a child, a friend, a partner, female or male in accordance with our gifts and callings.

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Setting the Record Straight: CBE’s 2023 Conference in Brazil

By: Mimi Haddad | September 14, 2023

Pray that God will protect, guide, embolden their calling, and heal their wounds. That the church in Brazil will bring the message of “Women and Scripture: Setting the Record Straight” not only to many more in Brazil but also where it’s needed most in the world.

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Battling Imposter Syndrome in the Aftermath of Vocational Ministry

By: Katherine Spearing | August 16, 2023

Women recovering from complementarian spaces often experience imposter syndrome and crippling feelings of shame. Katherine Spearing can relate. She shares how empowering other women helped her overcome imposter syndrome. 

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New Voices: Equity in the Christian Workplace with Eeva Simard and Beth Birmingham

By: Erin Moniz, Blake Dean, Eeva Sallinen Simard, Beth Birmingham | August 11, 2023

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  

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Setting the Record Straight: CBE’s 2023 Conference in Brazil

By: Mimi Haddad | August 9, 2023

CBE's 2023 Conference in Brazil set the record straight on women and men in the home, church, and world! Now, Mimi Haddad wraps up the conference with a glimpse into CBE's history with Brazil, shares impactful stories of women experiencing newfound freedom in Christ, and shows how the Spirit continues to move in Brazil today.

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Resgatando a Visão Bíblica: A Conferência da CBE 2023 no Brasil

By: Mimi Haddad | August 9, 2023

Vários anos atrás, Deus enviou à CBE uma profetisa do Brasil. Tendo um doutorado em uma instituição no Brasil, ela participou da conferência da CBE na Flórida em 2017. Ali ela conheceu meu esposo, que também nasceu e cresceu no Brasil. Durante o final de semana da conferência, ela compartilhou [...]

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God as Motherly Father and Fatherly Mother

By: Joshua Robert Barron | August 7, 2023

Learning from ancient theologians and from twenty-first-century African Christians can help Christians worldwide grow in theological maturity. They help us, for example, understand that the grammatical gender of pronouns referring to God varies from language to language. 

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