There is still a glass ceiling for women, especially in God's own work. Joycelyn Lewis shares her struggle to accept the call God placed on her life.
Have you struggled with understanding "women in ministry?" Kelly Soifer explains how the real problem is understanding women's role in leadership.
What should women know when entering into training for vocational ministry? Jill Baker shares some of her experience.
What place does a woman have in the Kingdom of God? Kate Hilderbrandt what a vital role women have played in missions.
Have you ever wondered how you might support women in the workplace and help make the business world more equitable for everyone? Helen Mitchell gives us the truth about the needs and challenges of women at work.
What advice would a veteran mother give to a young wife who is considering having a child? Marilyn Elliott reflects on motherhood and some of the true feelings of real mothers on Mother's Day.
The global church has long debated the topic of women in leadership and ministry. Even in traditions that support women as pastors, women who are called to church planting often still face unique challenges of their own. Carolyn Moore explains some of these challenges in this Seven Minute Seminary video.
Ever wonder where all the female saints are? Though many treatments of church history overlook their role, they're there, even from a young age. Read this list of 10 young female saints who can inspire your own walk with God.
In 1 Timothy 2:11, Paul writes Timothy, "A woman must learn in quietness and submission." Is this just another expression of ancient, patriarchal culture that sought to suppress women? Watch this Seven Minute Seminary with Dr. Gary Hoag and prepare to be surprised.
What might a feminine approach to holiness look like? In today's article, Sharon Drury explains how women can be tempted to find their identity completely in others instead of God, and this poses as big of a problem to consecration and holiness as do masculine proclivities.