Following Phoebe

Book Review: Made for More

Last year I realised that most of the Christian books I read are written by men. Sure, they are godly men who write great books, but it dawned on me that I should be seeking out great books written by godly women too! Especially if I want to be supporting…

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Why Bother With Women’s Ministry?

This might sound like a strange question, but it is something I have asked myself and something that I have heard other people, both men and women, ask. I am one of the very few women in Tasmania who are paid full-time to work in Christian ministry. So I have…

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Conversations about Women in Ministry

If you have been following my Facebook Page you'll know that a few months ago I met up with a friend of mine, Ella Hickey, to talk about women in ministry, and the debate between egalitarian and complementarian understandings of what the Bible says about the way men and women…

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Katharina Zell: A Woman of the Reformation

"Reformation Garden" mural at the Artist House in Wittenberg.[1] The 31st of October. Most people know it as Halloween. Reformed Protestant Christians know it as Reformation Day. On this day in 1517 in Wittenberg, Germany, Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses to the door of the Castle…

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Dropping the F-bomb - Feminism and Christianity

Christian. Complementarian. Feminist. All of these labels are highly loaded words which carry different meaning for different people. For some people, even suggesting that Christianity and feminism could be ideologies which can sit side by side is a ridiculous, scandalous notion. These people might be Christians who see feminism as…

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