Online Tribalism Threatens Women’s Ministry
From our special issue: reflections on discipleship in a fractured age.
In the 1950s and '60s, women in the African American church fought for their civil rights, often suffering the same brutality and unlawful arrests as their male counterparts.
God's Feminist Ideals
We're created to be image bearers and justice seekers.
independence. Western women's rights discussions often focus on the fact that woman is an autonomous self and no one can tell her what to do. In the
Women’s March Sets Out to Exclude 40 Percent of American Women
What pro-life feminists actually have in common with their pro-choice counterparts.
pro-life Christians are frustrated to see their place as fellow defenders of human rights sidelined along Is there a place for pro-life women to partner with their pro-choice sisters on areas
The Unsettling Truth Behind the #MeToo Movement
Creating a safer world for women means talking about our vulnerability.
Movement. Creating a safer world for women means talking about our vulnerability. vulnerability. Female vulnerability is not something women like to talk about much.
Taylor Swift Breaks the Silence
Her recent legal case underscores the value of speaking out about sexual assault.
She notes that, although “women's rights in biblical times were severely limited,” nonetheless “much of the cries of modern society against sexual harassment, abuse, and exploitation
Phyllis Schlafly Defended Women Like Me
Even with her flaws, the “first lady of the conservative movement” understood a fundamental human desire.
the news of Schlafly's death, I assumed he would interview an academic happy to expose (with feminist animus) the hypocrisy of a woman who benefited from women's rights and also
Why We Need Wonder Woman
Even when it falters, the new female-led film brings freshness to the superhero flick.
were invented as derivative versions of various superheroes (Supergirl, Batgirl, et al.), Wonder Woman was created in 1941 by a man immersed in the women's rights movement.
Why Are Evangelical Women at Planned Parenthood?
What a recent Marie Claire report gets wrong—and right—about evangelicals and abortion.
Why Are Evangelical Women at Planned Parenthood? According to the Elliot Institute, post-abortive women are 65 percent more likely to suffer long-term clinical depression.
Study: Female Pastors Are on the Rise
And so are our impossible expectations for them.
The high expectations we've placed on women are potentially unraveling decades of progress in women's rights. In her book, A Woman's Place, Katelyn
13 Books to Read with Your Kids This Summer
What books would I take to a desert island—if my children came with me?
the author's experience of growing up in the American South during the civil rights movement Erin Wyble Newcomb teaches English and women's studies at SUNY New Paltz and writes
Why Abortion Workers Need Our Forgiveness and Support
Some pro-life advocates view Planned Parenthood employees as killers complicit in crimes. Abby Johnson sees them as people worth rescuing.
I am also working on state-level legislation that would remove parental rights from rapists who father children through sexual assault. There are currently women all over the country who
The Surprisingly Positive Legacy of the Kermit Gosnell Case
How the worst of the abortion industry brought out the best of pro-life advocacy.
enacted upon women and children at the clinic, and the second was incredulity over the lack of any national news coverage of the story. “You don't have to oppose abortion rights to find
Why Google and BuzzFeed Need the Church
When big corporations make big moral decisions, where is the church’s voice?
Last year, editor-in-chief Ben Smith explained, “We firmly believe that for a number of issues, including civil rights, women's rights, anti-racism, and LGBT equality, there are not two sides
'Get the Girl to Do It'
What 'Hidden Figures' reveals about race, women, and how our sons see our daughters.
Opinion | Pop Culture. 'Get the Girl to Do It'. What 'Hidden Figures' reveals about race, women, and how our sons see our daughters. Bronwyn Lea. Image
Microfinance Is a Women’s Issue
How our philanthropy can empower our sisters across the globe.
When we look at the lives of impoverished women around the world—far more likely than men to be denied education, jobs, and basic rights—work is a life changer.
Christian Women Need to Know Their History
By celebrating the stories of generations before us, we better understand our own.
She, not Nicholas Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn, first inspired me to fight for the rights of women and children with stories of 19th-century missionaries Mary Slessor and Amy Carmichael.
Call Out Locker Room Talk for the Sin That It Is
We can’t excuse inconsistent principles in our politicians or in each other.
As more women participate in sports and sports journalism, the locker room points to progress in women's equality. It doesn't excuse degradation of women in word or deed.
Why Do We Still Need Women’s Conferences?
Q cofounder explains the purpose behind gathering as women.
Why Do We Still Need Women's Conferences? Q cofounder explains the purpose behind gathering as women. Last year at Q Women, we defined calling and why it matters.