women in ministry
Kate Bowler explores the world of evangelical Christian women celebrities
On the feast of St. Paul's conversion, Google kept reminding me that it was also Virginia Woolf's birthday.
In 1944, an Anglican bishop consecrated a Chinese woman to the priesthood—30 years before women attained that rank in the Episcopal Church.
When it comes to equal pay for women, the church should do better than employers generally, not worse.
The religious landscape in Chattanooga is interesting. It may be a magnified version of what’s happening in a lot of places. There are many culturally hip churches that are utterly regressive when it comes to women.
“Online, I minister to people I may never see. But I am starting a conversation that may lead them to a church.”
"You can be a minister. Just don’t marry one,” I heard myself telling a little girl in my church, and then wondered where that came from. I suspect that I meant it as a compliment to my husband, who was standing nearby. Perhaps I had been short-tempered, as I sometimes am on Sunday mornings, so the comment was my way of saying that I know it is not always easy to be married to a minister.