The Surprising Reason Women Go to Seminary

And what it can teach churches about discipling women.
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5 Ways Your Women’s Ministry Can Help

  • Steer women toward Bible-centered materials written by women, such as studies by Beth Moore, Jen Wilkin, Kelly Minter, or She Reads Truth.
  • Train small-group leaders to study Scripture inductively (Jen Wilkin’s book Women of the Word is a great resource.)
  • Invite women with theological training to come and teach to your ministry.
  • Invite women in your ministry to speak on specific passages of Scripture.
  • Encourage women to consider seminary, and, if possible, help support them financially.

Sharon Hodde Miller is a writer, speaker, pastor's wife, and mom. You can read more of her writing at SheWorships.com.

JuneSpring29, 2017 at 8:00 AM

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