You will be the first and primary example to your children of God’s intentions for marriage and family.
How do you equip women in your church for ministry?
You can maintain belief in the gospel apart from a complementarian conception of discipleship, but your vision of discipleship will work against such belief, not for it.
Here are four biblical truths pastors should teach with respect to marriage, manhood, and womanhood, not just for the sake of marriage, but for the sake of the gospel.
This present problem of gender roles in the black church is rooted in past pain.
He was a man, and she was a woman. Similar, yet different—and she hated it.
Boys don’t enter the world knowing how to be godly men. They have to be trained.
Complementarianism is not just for married women. It’s for single women, too.
Can a woman teach a mixed-gender Sunday school class? Is she allowed to guest preach?
While not all Millennial women claim to be feminist—and some may even reject the label—you would be hard-pressed to find a woman under 40 who doesn’t have some form of feminism living inside of her. I was no different.
Hey guys, you don’t have to be married to pursue leadership, provision, and protection.
It’s a pastor’s privilege to cultivate a discipleship vision for every woman in his church. But how do you do it?
Most millennials have never heard of complementarianism. So how do we teach and model it to them well?
The primeval account of the first man and woman has long inspired artists because the Garden’s themes of God, love, desire, and sin still dominate the drama of men and women today.
In the last three decades there has not been a comprehensive and scholarly biblical theology of manhood and womanhood. Until now.