R-E-S-P-E-C-T: Find Out What It Means to Me

Part of the foundation of complementarian theology is that because men are natural born leaders who need respect, and women are sensitive and emotional, needing love. In fact, over at crosswalk.com, Mark Gungor says that if a husband doesn’t feel like a hero to his wife, he will become “insulting and gross.” Yikes. I’ve even heard … More R-E-S-P-E-C-T: Find Out What It Means to Me

The Science Behind Gender Stereotypes

It baffles me how much importance the evangelical church places on gender. The church continues to create an environment structured around rules and restrictions, rather than love and acceptance. Men have dominated the world for thousands of years, and they continue to do so today. And instead of fighting for justice, the church (for the most part) … More The Science Behind Gender Stereotypes

He Calls Me Warrior

They call me unqualified, fragile, and ineligible. He calls me warrior. They tell me to take it down a notch; after all, women weren’t created to lead. He tells me that I am capable and strong. They try to shut me up with their misinterpreted scriptures. He whispers, “Stand firm, my daughter.” They say that … More He Calls Me Warrior