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Mutual Submission is God's Plan

By: Verna Mae Kwiatkowski | June 5, 2000

It was all I could do to keep from applauding as I sat in church last week listening to the pastor speak about submission: a characteristic of Christian life. 

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Commune Experience Taught Me To Trust God More

By: TeriLynn Ruonavaara-King | June 5, 2000

That was my introduction to the commune. God was indeed working there at that time, and he sent me there to learn. There were many wonderful things I learned with that group: how to pray, how to worship, how to study the Bible and how to yield to the Holy Spirit.

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The Scriptures and CBE Scholars Restored Self Worth and Harmony to Our Marriage

By: Marion Longman | June 5, 2000

In our younger years, marriage held great promise; the skies were blue, the sunsets golden. We had worked together to meld our individual strengths and weaknesses into a loving union, strong and secure. We were team members who were in love, who attended church every Sunday and who had never heard about how God wanted [...]

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My Ponderings About The Gender Issue

By: Maria Mitchell Crane | June 5, 2000

The gender “light bulb” clicked on for me the first time when I attended one of Leanne Payne’s Pastoral Care Schools and heard her specific teaching on “Misogyny in the Church.” I was disheartened to learn of different ways the church has supported this injustice and sin

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What's Going On In Our Church Regarding Biblical Equality?

By: Frances Rogers | June 5, 2000

Now that we are a totally egalitarian fellowship, the deacon meeting is held in a sunlit, open-doored room, where men and women talk, pray, explore, guide, listen and above all laugh. Joyous laughter can be heard at every meeting, for “there is now no condemnation to them who are in Christ Jesus.”

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Apologetics: The Egalitarian Imperative

By: Douglas Groothuis | June 5, 2000

There is another apologetic mission that egalitarians are in a unique and opportune position to fulfill. This involves presenting the message of biblical equality to the unbelieving world in a persuasive manner, thus winning to Christ people who might never be touched by traditionalist approaches.

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The Monstrous Regiment of Women

By: Canon Nigel B. Mitchell | March 5, 2000

It has taken some 3000 years since the time of Deborah, and over 400 years since John Knox, but in the latter part of this century most of us have realized this truth. If God raises up women as leaders, in the military, in secular politics, or in the Church, who are we to take up the [...]

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The Search for Biblical Equality in Church Life: A Korean Woman's Journey

By: Bokyoung Park | March 5, 2000

As I reached adulthood, I recognized that inherent in the structure of Korean society was gender discrimination. I also recognized that gender discrimination extended even into the Korean churches. When I felt called to attend seminary to train to be a full-time minister, my gender stood as an obstacle. 

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Teachers, Learners, Moms: A Retreat for the Whole Woman

By: Tricia Elisara | March 5, 2000

I got on the phone with a number of like-minded women, who are also moms and floated the idea of a “retreat for the whole woman.”

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A Triad of Egalitarian Short Stories

By: Verna Mae Kwiatkowski | March 5, 2000

Is a Woman Diminished by Marriage?  |  Should a Woman Hold Back to Elevate Her Husband?  |  The Importance of Gender Inclusive Language

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