APEX, N.C. (RNS) — On a Tuesday evening under the roof of a public picnic shelter, a group of women ages 20 to 55 groaned through a series of high-intensity exercises in the 88-degree heat and humidity.
(RNS) — Like their sisters and brothers in the Southern Baptist Convention this week, Cooperative Baptists will gather in Birmingham next week and wrestle with many of the same questions that our SBC friends are. One question we won't be considering is whether God calls
(RNS) — In the world of Bible teachers, Beth Moore is an author and rock star, packing sporting arenas and big-name churches. But among some of the male leaders of the Southern Baptist Convention, where she is a member, she has also become a
Christianity Today highlights 10 abuse survivors, authors, attorneys, activists and advocates in churches and ministries who brought new attention to the silent suffering of those whose stories were ignored, stifled and left untold, and supported survivors pursuing justice, healing and reform.
Hustle is an idol if it leads you to cut ethical corners in order to stand out in a competitive world. Unfortunately, "Girl, Stop Apologizing" is full of mantras and techniques that originate with others but that author Rachel Hollis (or a ghostwriter) presents as
LONDON — After a series of historic firsts and long-overdue breakthroughs, 2018 was called “the Year of the Woman.” But it was also the year when there were fewer female Republicans in the United States Senate than men named John in the same chamber.
It’s time for women to have equal access to pulpit ministry and to be called as pastors of churches. For some, that sentiment is old news, settled long ago; for others, it is offensive or just plain wrong. But many believers are somewhere in between.