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Check out these Podcasts!
At the risk of overdoing things, below are links to 3 podcasts I want to recommend. Recently, all three invited me to discuss my work and, in particular, Malestrom: How Jesus Dismantles Patriarchy and Redefines Manhood. All three were interesting, encouraging conversations—people … Continue reading
DetermineTruth Podcast: The Blessed Alliance
God’s Spirit has a marvelous way of harnessing those painfully confusing stretches of our stories to take us deeper in our relationship with himself. Our struggles provoke new and different questions about God and life that we would otherwise never … Continue reading
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Another Great Awakening!
One by one, women and girls are awakening to the fact that God’s vision for his daughters is bigger than they thought—much bigger than the narrow vision the church so often proclaims for us. I’ll never get over the thrill … Continue reading
Posted in Blessed Alliance, ezer, Lost Women of the Bible, Patriarchy, Uncategorized Tagged ezer, lost, Patriarchy, single, warrior, womanhood Leave a comment
“A grounding and crucial read”
Sometimes a book finds you at just the right time in your life. I’d known of Carolyn Custis James’ book, Half the Church: Recapturing God’s Global Vision for Women, since it was first published 10 years ago. But it was one … Continue reading
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Called and Courageous Girls!
The brave little climber in this photo is my four-year-old grand-ezer. She’s the same little ezer who, this past summer at a pool here in Philly, stood in line with kids twice her size and—armed with her floaties—jumped off the diving board … Continue reading
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