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How to Ask a Man to Mentor You
In light of #MeToo, some men are more reluctant than ever to mentor a woman.
As women, we rejoice in the fact that justice is being served and look forward to a kinder future in which our dignity and safety are respected and, hopefully, even valued.
Pastoring the Victims of #MeToo
Four steps your church can take to minister well
Read At the Dark End of the Street for more.) As women rally to support each other and seek justice, we will, hopefully, end the code of silence that has served to protect perpetrators.
8 Ways You're Appreciated
We asked male leaders why they're thankful for you.
Your wise executive leadership, Christ-centered preaching, courageous pursuit of justice, and loving pastoral care have built our church community.
Getting Past the Lie of Rejection
Five steps you can take to get back on track.
toward his goal. Even when thwarted, Jesus remained steadfast. When asked permission to seek justice, Jesus rebukes his disciples. When taunted on
4 Myths about Responding to Spousal Abuse
Despite our good intentions, these misconceptions can turn a bad situation worse.
By intervening on behalf of those afflicted by slander (abusive speech) or violence (abusive actions), we serve as God's arm for executing justice for the needy (Ps. 140:11–12).
Discomfort Clarified My Calling
Tense conversations about race led Riana Shaw Robinson to become a bridge-builder.
But on a broader level, Robinson finds herself a bridge-builder in the multi-ethnic church, particularly when it comes to conversations of racial healing, justice, and reconciliation.
Bravely Live Out Your Calling
Joan of Arc is a prophetic witness for us all.
Though French morale was low, she inspired troops to see their efforts as a battle for justice, believing that justice and France's sovereignty were “indissolubly linked.” She also