Christian Feminism Weekly With Ashley & Charlie

After a couple of weeks away, welcome back to Christian Feminism Weekly With Ashley & Charlie! I just got back from my honeymoon and today I’m sharing about my Egalitarian wedding ceremony. Nate and I incorporated lots of non-traditional elements and Egalitarian features that fit us as a couple. Find out what traditions we opted out of and what new additions… More Christian Feminism Weekly With Ashley & Charlie

Seeking Approval From God – Not Men (By Rachel Lindke)

“You don’t want to cut your hair short. Look at all the girls on TV. Their hair is long because that’s what people think is beautiful.” “Don’t crack your knuckles. What do you think a boy would think of you if you cracked your knuckles on a first date?” These were my father’s last-ditch efforts… More Seeking Approval From God – Not Men (By Rachel Lindke)

Christian Feminism Weekly with Ashley & Charlie

This week on Christian feminism weekly, Ashley and I are talking about losing your identity in complementarianism and finding it in egalitarianism. “Finding yourself in Jesus and the acceptance and love He offers is so much richer than submitting to a manmade doctrine.” Have a story similar to this? Share it with us through email or… More Christian Feminism Weekly with Ashley & Charlie

You Can Find a Man to Marry, But You Can’t Make Him Lead

I grew up with a Complementarian approach to relationships. I was a firm subscriber to the set-apart femininity lifestyle and after many failed relationships, had resigned myself to wait patiently for my warrior-poet to arrive. After all, everything I read promised he would. I met my husband about 2 years into this phase of life… More You Can Find a Man to Marry, But You Can’t Make Him Lead

The After Effects of Complementarian Theology

Welcome back to Christian Feminism Weekly with Ashley and Charlie! Today we talk about the after effects of complementarianism. Here’s a sneak preview:  “…I don’t think that everyone who calls themselves Complementarian is abusive or is in an abusive relationship BUT if you follow the teaching, the mainstream Complementarian teaching, out to its full logical end… More The After Effects of Complementarian Theology