Every now & then we have questions come up that are too big to be answered during the Big Three, as the theological & doctrinal implications of the question need a little more time. We put those questions aside because as we don’t want them to go unanswered - but circle back to them when we get a chance. This week, we have a conversation around 'women in ministry' which has come up a few times in the past months.
Resources Around Women In Leadership
GBC Position Paper (2016)
The Blue Parakeet by Scot McKnight
Why Not Women by Loren Cunningham, David Joel Hamilton, Janice Rogers
Half The Church by Carolyn Curtis James
How I Changed My Mind About Women in Leadership by Alan F Johnson
Blogs & Pods & Websites:
Rachel Held Evans
John Ortberg: Scripture, the Church, and Women
Danny Silk: The Invisible Ceiling
Join Matt Willis and Jodene Watling as they sit down with Marc Rader and discuss your biggest questions around the latest sermon in our series Anchored.
Also if you would like to see Marc Rader's - Reflection on Racism in Light of Recent Events head over to https://youtu.be/nmLvVr5yblw
Join Matt Willis and Mak Coleman as they sit down with special guest Karina Kreminski Co-Director of Neighbourhood Matters a ministry dedicated to helping Christains be salt and light in their community and to learn to love their neighbours.
Our Big Three quesitons this week:
What does it look like to have a balance between actions and words in our approach to sharing Christ within our community?
How do we navigate the mistrust, suspicion and past failures of the church, as we go out into our neighbourhoods
How can be both a peace maker and stand against injustice, particularly considering the current cultural climate?
Join Jodene Watling and Roxane Lawler as they sit down with Youth and Youg Adults Coordinator Matt Willis to discuss your biggest questions around the lates sermon in our series Anchored | Jesus Is Better.