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When a Godly Woman Leads God’s People

Tucked in a passage about unity in Christ is a line that gets passed over too often: For it has been reported to me by Chloe’s people that there are quarrels among you, my brothers and sisters. (1 Corinthians 1:11, … Continue reading

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Women, Men, and Language: Four Easy Steps to Better Church Leadership

Naming Rights – what’s in it for women and men? Which of these sounds most natural to you: Women and men. Girls and boys. Ladies and gentlemen. If you say the last one, you are probably in the majority of … Continue reading

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Male Headship: heading in the wrong direction

The sermon topic was marriage, with the text being Ephesians 5:21-33. The sermon notes inserted in the bulletin showed where the sermon was headed and I toyed with the idea of suggesting we leave before the sermon started. I’m glad we … Continue reading

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Questioning Your Pastor’s Teaching is a Noble Task

The Bible contains two letters the Apostle Paul wrote to the Christians in Thessaloniki, which might lead readers to think the people in that city were widespread supporters of Paul’s work. They weren’t. Rather, while one group of people heard … Continue reading

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Complementarian Logic Proves Women Are Spiritual Leaders Over Men

Wayne Grudem recently gave an interview in which he argues that women should not lead men, that men are the spiritual leaders over women, and that all of this has been God’s plan since the dawn of creation. I’m not … Continue reading

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