• When God Became White: Dismantling Whiteness for a More Just Christianity, By Grace Ji-Sun Kim

    When God Became White

    Dismantling Whiteness for a More Just Christianity

    by Grace Ji-Sun Kim
    Foreword by David P. Gushee

    Grace Ji-Sun Kim explores the historical origins and theological implications of the myth of the white male God. Examining the roots of the distortion and its harmful impact on the world, Kim shows what it looks like to recover the biblical reality of a nonwhite, nongendered God, leading us to a more just faith and a better church and world.

  • Confronting Sexism in the Church: How We Got Here and What We Can Do About It, By Heather Matthews

    Confronting Sexism in the Church

    How We Got Here and What We Can Do About It

    by Heather Matthews
    Foreword by Scot McKnight

    Despite real progress, women continue to be silenced, wounded, and relegated to the sidelines in our churches. But we can learn to do better. Exploring the history and culture of sexism in our contemporary evangelical world, Heather Matthews offers simple, practical steps for how Christians can actively fight sexism in its many forms.

  • Women, Work, and Calling: Step into Your Place in God's World, By Joanna Meyer

    Women, Work, and Calling

    Step into Your Place in God's World

    by Joanna Meyer

    Though women now have professional opportunities beyond what previous generations ever imagined, the church's vision for women's work has not grown with us. Joanna Meyer addresses this gap in women's discipleship, providing a theological framework for women's work and influence and offering resources for the challenges of working life.

  • Nobody's Mother: Artemis of the Ephesians in Antiquity and the New Testament, By Sandra L. Glahn

    Nobody's Mother

    Artemis of the Ephesians in Antiquity and the New Testament

    by Sandra L. Glahn

    Does "saved through childbearing" in 1 Timothy 2:15 mean that women are slated primarily for rearing children? Sandra Glahn thinks that we have misunderstood Paul and the context to which he wrote. Combining spiritual autobiography with new research on the Greek goddess Artemis, Glahn lays a biblical foundation for God's view of women.

  • Non-Toxic Masculinity: Recovering Healthy Male Sexuality, By Zachary Wagner

    Non-Toxic Masculinity

    Recovering Healthy Male Sexuality

    by Zachary Wagner

    "Boys will be boys" and purity culture sell the same excuses with a different spin. Can we break the toxic cycle and recover a healthy identity for men? Confronting harmful teaching from the American church that has distorted desire, sex, relationships, and responsibility, Zachary Wagner offers a renewed vision for Christian male sexuality.

  • The Samaritan Woman's Story: Reconsidering John 4 After #ChurchToo, By Caryn A. Reeder

    The Samaritan Woman's Story

    Reconsidering John 4 After #ChurchToo

    by Caryn A. Reeder

    Most Christians are familiar with this picture of the woman at the well: a sinner, an adulteress, even a prostitute. Exploring the reception history of John 4, Caryn Reeder challenges common interpretational assumptions about women and sexuality, yielding fresh insights from the story's original context and offering a bold challenge to teach the Bible in a way that truly values the voices of women.

  • Buried Talents: Overcoming Gendered Socialization to Answer God's Call, By Susan Harris Howell

    Buried Talents

    Overcoming Gendered Socialization to Answer God's Call

    by Susan Harris Howell
    Foreword by Mimi Haddad

    If God calls women to lead, what holds them back? Using social science research and interviews, Susan Harris Howell examines how gendered messages inside and outside the church pull men toward leadership and women away from it. As opportunities for women continue to expand, Howell provides compelling guidance for how we can remove obstacles that keep women from fully using their gifts.

  • Tell Her Story: How Women Led, Taught, and Ministered in the Early Church, By Nijay K. Gupta

    Tell Her Story

    How Women Led, Taught, and Ministered in the Early Church

    by Nijay K. Gupta
    Foreword by Beth Allison Barr

    For centuries, discussions of early Christianity have focused on male leaders. But there is ample evidence in the New Testament that women were respected leaders at the frontier of the gospel ministry. Nijay Gupta shines light on the inspiring contributions of women like Phoebe, Prisca, Junia, Nympha, and more.

  • Together in Ministry: Women and Men in Flourishing Partnerships, By Rob Dixon

    Together in Ministry

    Women and Men in Flourishing Partnerships

    by Rob Dixon
    Foreword by Ruth Haley Barton

    Is it possible for churches and organizations to foster healthy mixed-gender ministry collaboration? Longtime ministry leader Rob Dixon casts a compelling—and encouraging—vision for flourishing partnerships between women and men. With research findings, biblical examples, real-life stories, and practical next steps, this roadmap equips teams and individuals with next steps for making that vision a reality.

  • Being God's Image: Why Creation Still Matters, By Carmen Joy Imes

    Being God's Image

    Why Creation Still Matters

    by Carmen Joy Imes
    Foreword by J. Richard Middleton

    What does it mean to be human? For this timeless question, the Bible offers truths for the flourishing of all creation. Carmen Imes recovers the theologically rich creation narratives and explores the implication of our kinship relationship with God, considering what it means for our work, gender relations, creation care, and eternal destiny.

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