BY CHELSEY LUGER / Yes! Magazine
MAR 30, 2018
Image: A Sisterhood Is Sacred. Left to Right: April Chavez (Kewa), Talavai Denipah-Cook (Ohkay Owingeh/ Hopi), Jazmin Arquero (Cochiti/Zuni), Dina DeVore (Jemez/Kewa/Laguna), Alexis Wade (Laguna), Marquel Musgrave (Nanbe' Owingeh), and Kim Smith (Diné). Photo by Cara Romero
The Girls Are Not Okay: And evangelical theology bears a significant part of the blame
What would Christianity be like if Mary Magdalene hadn't been hidden from view?
July 18, 2022
“A Feminist Apostles’ Creed” by Sarah Moon in “Liberating Liturgies: A Creed and a Call” at Patheos website (Sept. 17, 2014)
From Matthew Fox: Some Poems to the Mother
This TheoEd lecture by Dr. Gafney is a marvelous introduction to this scholarship.
A warning from Southern Baptist history to the rest of us
Rev. Dr. Michael Piazza reflects on Our Non-Binary God.
Women often suffer the most from environmental degradation. A nonprofit in Colombia is trying to make their needs central to conservation.
Ninfa Carianil Damaso, first female forest ranger of Fundación ProAves, poses in front of a nature preservation sign.
PHOTO COURTESY OF FUNDACIÓN PROVISO
By Daneen Akers of Watchfire Media
Paul, a First Century Feminist
Matthew Fox writes extensively about the need to balance the Sacred Masculine with the Feminine Divine, often citing Hilldegard of Bingen, among other mystics, as references. See, for example, The Goddess as Gaia and Our Mother and Healthy Masculinity Welcoming the Return of the Divine Feminine.
Rev. Dr. Cameron Trimble, reflecting on how our words/language create our realities, encourages us to Say What You Mean.
The Line from #MeToo to #ChurchToo by Mihee Kim-Kort
Podcast Episode 8: Dr. Stephanie Krehbiel reflects on the challenge of addressing sexual violence in institutionalized church spaces.
Theological Violence toward the Divine Feminine: Praying for an end to Rape Culture by Rev. Roger Wolsey (10.26.17)
The PC(USA) Store has compiled a list of resources for Preaching & Teaching Women's Stories resources.
An Interactive Journal on Christian Social Justice
Their Gender page is updated regularly with articles reflective of current events, issues, and practices.
From Yale Divinity School's Youth Ministry Institute:
Hosted by ELCA World Hunger, this webinar series explores the many ways hunger and poverty intersect with other issues, including climate change, food production, access to housing, racial justice, gender justice and more; including ways we can be part of God’s promise of a just world where all are fed.
CONVERGENCE offers numerous leadership and community development webinars on-demand or in a cohort:
Do Christianity and Buddhism Have Shamanic Roots?: A Teach-In with Isa Gucciardi and Matthew Fox
Spiritual and Theological Evolution with Sue Monk Kidd
Cosmic Wisdom and the Divine Feminine: Lost Insights for an Emerging World - 15 Day Teach-In with Rabbi Rami Shapiro and Matthew Fox
Matthew Fox spends a few days with Julian of Norwich Celebrating Divine Wisdom and the Feminine and Julian: Divine Wisdom, Christ and Divine Motherhood at Work. Scroll down for the video and a more thorough discourse.
Barbara A. Holmes' film series with The Work of the People: A Transcendent Leap (on our cosmic identities), Womanist Theology, Release the Fire (on Pentecost and the Spirit), Be the Mystery, Emerging Wholeness (on God's call to love our neighbor), A Contemplative Moment (on how contemplative prayer births prophetic proclamation and action).