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Cindy Tutsch talks leadership and ministry

"If the Holy Spirit gifts an individual for a specific leadership role, the rest of us should not stand in the way."

She is enough

Renae Maua's message to her daughter is something every young girl needs to hear.

A vibrant Adventist movement

The TPUM's harvesting program, which started in July and is ongoing, has yielded 4753 baptisms so far. While this is cause for celebration, Union president Pastor Maveni Kaufononga says there is so much more to be done.

Dreaming big

Dreams can come true . . . with a little help.

She leads: Snapshot of Adventist women in ministry in Australia

The future of Adventist women in ministry is looking very promising.

Record Rewind: Newly-discovered diary reveals important role of women in church...

A distinctly feminine look at the Seventh-day Adventist Church's origin story in Australia.

Was Paul a misogynist?

Dr Norman Young unpacks the two words that have influenced our laws, shaped our attitudes, excused terrible abuse on countless wives and condemned the apostle Paul as a woman-hater.

The Ten: Encouraging verses for women

When it comes to beauty, the world and the Word of God have very different views.

My Story: The Ella Boyd sisterhood

When a dormitory of students becomes a sisterhood in Christ.

Women of the Reformation

The role of women in the Protestant Reformation has often been ignored or treated as little more than a footnote in history. Yet many women, emboldened by the concept of a priesthood of all believers, moved beyond the roles assigned by society at large to support the Reformation and did so at great risk to themselves.
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