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Why Being a Woman in Seminary Is Worth the Work
It's not always easy to get there, but the blogosphere needs more of us.
The universality of this desire is evidenced by the explosion of the Christian blogosphere, with its niche emphases on mothering, relationships, pop-theology, and life coaching.
Reporting | Church
Female Pastors Bring Hope to War-Torn Middle East Churches
Syria and Lebanon celebrate the historic ordination of a pair of faithful clergy.
“It wasn't in my dreams,” said Sleiman, who studied at Beirut's Near East School of Theology (NEST). “I just wanted to serve God. I never planned that I'm going to be ordained.”.
Opinion | Discipleship
How to Liberate Ourselves from the Perils of Platform
For writers, bloggers, and speakers, the pitfalls of self-promotion are offset by a robust vision of women’s gifts in the church.
For writers, bloggers, and speakers, the pitfalls of self-promotion are offset by a robust vision of women's gifts in the church.
Opinion | Family
The Unique FOMO of Motherhood
Living in the tension between my dreams and my family’s needs.
For close to a decade, I've dreamed of being a theology professor. In order for me to teach theology on the graduate level, I'd need to earn a PhD (or a Doctorate in Ministry).
Opinion | Discipleship
Starving Myself Meant Losing Myself
For years, I looked at myself in mirrors only to see mirages.
For years, I looked at myself in mirrors only to see mirages.
Opinion | Discipleship
Dispatches from Baylor: Let Women Lead
We see female professors excel when the people around them support their callings.
men (college professor, anyone? What about president?). We see the more extreme implications of such theology. Cedarville University, for example
How Brainy Women Benefit the Church
A recent study suggests that intelligence is often associated with masculinity, not femininity.
our understanding about which topics of conversation are “male” and which are “female.” It may mean creating spaces for men and women to engage in ideas and theology together.
Opinion | Pop Culture
Sarah Bessey: In Praise of Everyday Theologians Subscriber access only
God-talk isn’t just for academia. It’s for laundry rooms, gyms, hospitals, and everywhere else.
The following excerpt comes from a chapter encouraging readers to not be intimidated to raise questions and study theology as a way to foster their own spiritual growth and evolution.
Opinion | Discipleship
Scoot Over, That’s My Seat
My spot in church is more than just a thoughtless habit.
My spot in church is more than just a thoughtless habit.
Reporting | Discipleship
God Wants You to Get Some Sleep
Our restless generation is missing out on the spiritual benefits of shuteye.
our sleep. Should Christians seek a theology of sleep in Scripture and tradition, they'd find more evidence than I can summarize in a single article. God
interview | Family
The Three Myths of Cohabitation
Sociologist Bradford Wilcox reports the surprising results of his new international study on cohabitation and its impact on kids.
Sociologist Bradford Wilcox reports the surprising results of his new international study on cohabitation and its impact on kids.
Opinion | Discipleship
How to Escape America’s Anger Problem
In this rancorous post-election season, some women are turning to tried-and-true solutions.
In this rancorous post-election season, some women are turning to tried-and-true solutions.
Opinion | Sexuality
10 Things Sexual Assault Victims Want You to Know
When I posed a question about abuse on Facebook, I was inundated with responses.
When I posed a question about abuse on Facebook, I was inundated with responses.
Reporting | Discipleship
4 Things Beth Moore Taught Me About Writing
What the biggest name in women’s Bible studies wants the next generation to know.
If pastors are tasked with teaching doctrine and theology, then there needs to be a level of mastery that's higher than what they communicate and expect from those whom they teach.”.
Reporting | Family
The Key to Raising Kind Kids
Harvard psychologist Richard Weissbourd says it’s closer than you think.
Harvard psychologist Richard Weissbourd says it's closer than you think.
Opinion | Discipleship
What Feminism Owes to the Protestant Reformation
Listening to marginalized voices isn’t a liberal or a conservative idea—it’s a fundamentally Christian one.
Listening to marginalized voices isn't a liberal or a conservative idea—it's a fundamentally Christian one.
Opinion | Family
Why We Need ‘Useless’ People
Babies with Down syndrome are aborted all over the world for being 'a burden to society.' Here's how we can advocate for them.
Babies with Down syndrome are aborted all over the world for being 'a burden to society.' Here's how we can advocate for them.
interview | Family
How to Get Our Girls Into Scripture
Erin Weidemann, founder of Bible Belles, wants to introduce young women to brave female role models.
Erin Weidemann, founder of Bible Belles, wants to introduce young women to brave female role models.
Opinion | Sexuality
Staying Faithful: How Our Sex Lives Matter to GodSubscriber access only
A common-ground theology for single and married Christians.
God. A common-ground theology for single and married Christians. Sex. As a theology book, Faithful places sex squarely within the gospel narrative.
Opinion | Discipleship
5 Women Every Christian Should Know
From Katharina Luther, who escaped a convent and became a radical reformer, to Amanda Berry Smith, an itinerant minister who was born a slave, these women changed history.
From Katharina Luther, who escaped a convent and became a radical reformer, to Amanda Berry Smith, an itinerant minister who was born a slave, these women changed history.
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