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Friday, May 09, 2008
Weekly Round-up
So this is turning into a bi-weekly round-up... But there are some great posts out there right now from (and about) Emerging Women. Check them out, join the conversations, and enjoy!

Jan examines our willingness to share the indiscretions of our past (and how that relates to gender) in her post The Secret Life of Moms.

Sally shares her thoughts as she prepares for Mothering Sunday.

Lisa explores the different forms of justice.

Heather questions what it means to take ones faith to the next level.

Anne looks at the nature of disenfranchised grief.

I (Julie) reflect on if Christians should apologize for our communal sins.


And this has been an interesting week for bloggers to examine issues related to gender and women in ministry. A few conversations to check out -

Jenell Paris has created a (so-far) seven part series on the topic. Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7.

Eugene Cho addresses the Biblical defense of women in ministry.

and Rose Madrid-Swetman writes on the need to change power structures in the church to give women more access to leadership.

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