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By: Beulah Wood | August 24, 2023
Possibly half the shepherds in Jesus’s day were women, and probably half the shepherds of the world today, too, are women. I am one of them.
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.
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.
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 [...]
By: Hannele Ottschofski | August 3, 2023
Patriarchy is a system that values men and their achievements more than women and their achievements. A patriarchal society is male-dominated, male-identified, and male-centred. The male person is the centre of attention and everything else—or everyone else, including women—are defined by their relationships to men. Oppression of women and girls is often a [...]
By: CBE International | July 20, 2023
Do you want to help advocate for the full equality of women and men in the home, church, and world? Then CBE invites you to enter our SEVENTH annual writing contest!
By: Elaine Kelly | July 20, 2023
The human imagination has the power to include or erase, empower or degrade women. Throughout history, art has done just this. Mary of Magdala has been portrayed as both a prostitute and a priest. Junia, as a servant and a deacon. The arts can help us imagine women—and all of God's people—as God [...]
By: Joy Smith | July 13, 2023
In the church, where the attention is often on what women should or should not be allowed to do, it is encouraging to look at how God sees women. Throughout the Bible, women are present — their lives and words form the Scriptures — and God values them. God wants to hear their voices. He sees them, [...]
By: Jill Richardson | July 6, 2023
Research shows that in meetings, women are interrupted twice as often and speak only 25 percent of the time compared to men. So, how do we create discussion spaces where women are heard?
By: Katy Blevins Calabrese | June 29, 2023
Did Paul really advocate for the head covering of all women as a function of their faith and access to Christ? An open exploration that flips the script and shifts perspectives to reframe 1 Corinthians 11:5-16 to better align with Paul’s overarching behavior offering access to Christ as freely available to all, no strings attached.