In the middle to late Nineteenth Century a group of Christians revitalized Wesley’s doctrine of entire sanctification and perfection in love. It was not a theological renaissance that took place in the halls of academia but a revival of experimental theology. They were the holiness movement, and here is a list of ten Holiness Christians everyone should know.
Biblical Basis for Women's Service in the Church by N.T. Wright In this 12-minute video, Wright covers a breadth of issues relating to women in...
What exactly is the greatest strength a woman has? Marilyn Elliott shares how much a woman can accomplish when her energy is focused where it really matters.
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.
In this episode of The Threshing Floor Joshua interviews the Rev. Carolyn Moore, founding pastor of Mosiac United Methodist Church in Augusta, Georgia. Carolyn shares her story of call, the role her family plays in her ministry, how there needs to be a different conversation about gender roles in leadership.
Do you wonder why some denominations ordain women and some do not? Kelly Soifer shares from the Free Methodist tradition.
Junia or Junias? One little letter makes a big difference in how Romans 16:7 is interpreted. The question this passage poses is one that has divided the church for decades – do women belong in the pulpit? Scot McKnight is shouting a resounding “YES!” with the publication of his ebook Junia is Not Alone.
Should the church ordain women? In today's Seven Minute Seminary, Ben Wayman responds to common objections that would limit ordination to men.
This is the first in a four-part conversation about what it means, practically speaking, to live a life of holy submission in marriage. (Part...
A plethora of books and articles already exist on various women of the OT- ranging from those incredibly faithful women held high as the...