I resolved to surrender control and allow God to have His way — in and through two cancer diagnoses.
You know the bad boys of the Bible, but there are plenty of wicked women, too.
A wife can’t be her husband’s accountability partner, but she can be supportive.
Three tips for simplifying an issue that seems hopelessly complex.
We can’t let simplistic, self-focused narratives about family planning keep us from helping women.
What Muslims need more than the exterior hijab is to reveal our true, inner hijab.
We have to stop substituting the joy of real friendship with cheap imitations.
If you’re not sure where to begin engaging with human trafficking, start here.
A new study shows that in evangelical ministries, women are represented in leadership at half the national rate.
Here is the Bible giving you some advice you totally don’t want.
A prayerbook reflection on what the true king of the world means for our views of powerful men and adoring women.
A new study finds more congregations are open to gays lesbians, racial diversity, and exuberant worship experiences.
Religious diversity shows that we are in truth complementary, not competitive.
The Bible doesn’t offer specific advice about contraceptives. But it does show exactly how Jesus responded to women in need.
President Carter sends a message to world religious leaders: Stop using religion to justify violence against women.
Many of today’s Christian seminaries have as many women as men. Here’s why that’s good news for churches of the near future.
As a female preacher, I have firsthand experience of the way religion can discriminate against women. But religion is not the problem.
A closer look at the history of religion reveals a world where women were celebrated and revered.
In many places, these women are not allowed to preach — but I believe God is parting the seas for them to lead in other ways.