So what difference does it make if it’s women who are studying the Bible? Am I not an egalitarian?
Indeed I am, but when I listen to grandmother and editor Jody Neufeld (and my wife!), author, working mom, and activist Renee Crosby and mom and college student Janet Lister, I suspect I’m going to hear about some challenges they face that I don’t.
I want to strongly recommend joining this team to hear their discussion. One of the key lessons Renee Crosby teaches, for example, starting in her book Soup Kitchen for the Soul, is that getting out there and doing changes the way you think about your life and your theology. She works tirelessly as an advocate for the homeless, and her recent book The Fringe presents some of what she has learned in fictional form.
Jody puts her time into editing books these days, but she has been an RN, a speaker, a teacher, and is an author herself with three books to her credit including Grief: Finding the Candle of Light and Daily Devotions of Ordinary People – Extraordinary God.
Don’t miss this discussion! You can learn more on the Google+ Event Page or use the YouTube viewer below.