Tagged: women

A Complementarian View of Justice?

by Kate Wallace I attended The Justice Conference that was held in Los Angeles last year. I have to say up front that it was incredible. I truly appreciated The Justice Conference for presenting...

Heroes of the Faith: Emma Ray

(1859-1930) For nearly 30 years Emma Ray, who was born into slavery and raised in poverty in Missouri, ministered to the homeless and transient in the slums of Seattle, Wash., along with her husband,...

Heroes of the Faith: Elizabeth Fry

(1780-1845) The first evidence of Elizabeth Fry’s reforming spirit was her own powerful transformation at age 18 from a frivolous girl who boldly wore scarlet-laced boots to Quaker meeting to a serious young woman...

Warriors, Women Are

by Andrea Cumbo-Floyd Lying against that hospital bed, her head elevated to help her breathe and her knees bent to ease the pain caused by the cancer eating at her spine, she looked so...

Too Poor to Save?

by Courtney O’Connell Far into a rural area of Rwanda, I’m met by a group of 22 women, singing and dancing in their brightly colored African print dresses. Their message is as simple as...