05 October 2012

Rethinking the Silence of Women in the Church

Today, I have the privilege of being the next guest-blogger of a series entitled, Women In Ministry.

In a Mirror Dimly is a blog that offers 'an imperfect and sometimes sarcastic perspective on following Jesus' by author, Ed Cyzewski.  I met Ed once, at a Bible study in south Jersey, before I left for Niger . . . but got connected to his blog courtesy of the comments section at theveryworstmissionary.com and I've been hooked ever since.

Ed was bold running this series . . . women's roles in the Church is a heated topic these days, and it differs between each denomination and congregation.  But instead of debating, Ed is opening his personal writing space for a public avenue where we women in ministry can share our own story.  It is a place where we have been invited to challenge, encourage and spur on one another.

So, click on over and visit Ed for a little bit.  (Scroll all the way down to the bottom to leave a comment . . . let him know you appreciate the dialogue!)  

Click here if you haven't already.

1 comment:

;o) said...

I loved your post on "rethinking the silence of woman in church". Thanks for sharing !!!
I am proud and blessed to be your sis'