The new IXMarks eJournal is out, and it’s on pastoring women and honoring and understanding distinctiveness. Below is a listing of the Journal’s contents.
I. Pastoring Women: Understanding And Honoring Distinctness
Why Complementarianism Is Crucial to Discipleship By Jonathan Leeman
If God created men and women differently, discipleship should not be one-size-fits-all. It should cultivate their differences.
Discipling Men vs. Discipling Women By Deepak Reju
Practically speaking, how should a pastor disciple men and women differently? What kind of strategies and structures should he put in place?
How Pastors Can Equip Women for Ministry By Bob Johnson
A seasoned pastor provides practical, down-to-earth counsel on training women for ministry.
The Genesis of Gender and Ecclesial Womanhood By Owen Strachan
Strachan digs into the foundational texts on the differences between men and women in order to present a vision for ecclesial womanhood.
II. Women’s Ministry In the Local Church
Wanted: More Older Women Discipling Younger Women By Susan Hunt
Titus 2 commands it. Younger women are hungry for it. The church as a whole will benefit from it. So where are the older women who will disciple younger women?
Young mothers face enormous demands that consume all the energy they have. Here’s why they shouldn’t feel guilty for focusing on the home rather than outside ministry.
May Women Serve as Pastors? By Thomas R. Schreiner
A trusted New Testament scholar takes on this contentious but crucial topic.
III. Resources For Today’s Biblical Women
Book Review: Radical Womanhood, by Carolyn McCulley Reviewed by Kristin Jamieson
Book Review: Womanly Dominion: More Than a Gentle and Quiet Spirit, by Mark Chanski Reviewed by Owen Strachan
IV. Audio Interviews
What is the Gospel? with Greg Gilbert and C.J. Mahaney
The gospel. The cross. The kingdom. The church. Greg Gilbert and C.J. Mahaney discuss all this and more. Posted on July 1, 2010
Biblical Theology in the Local Church with Michael Lawrence
Posted on June 1, 2010