Women & Ministry Archives - Page 2 of 5 - Seedbed

Rachel Held Evans is joined by Heidi Weaver of LOVE Boldly and Dr. Ben Witherington to discuss women’s roles, vocation, blogging, and more.

What should women know when entering into training for vocational ministry? Jill Baker shares some of her experience.

Have you struggled with understanding "women in ministry?" Kelly Soifer explains how the real problem is understanding women's role in leadership.

A plethora of books and articles already exist on various women of the OT- ranging from those incredibly faithful women held high as the...

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.

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...

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.

Was Rebekah a good or bad character in the Bible, especially in light of her deceitfulness? In this video, Dr. Craig Keener explains that considering especially God's revelation to her regarding Jacob's assumption of the birthright, on the whole, Rebekah should be understood as a positive character.

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.

We talk often about the faith of our fathers, but what about the women who went before us? Ruth Tipton shares the incredible story of Fanny Crosby, who was one of the world's most prolific hymn writers as well as a preacher.