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#churchtoo: three changes we must make now

June 5, 2018 by Beth Backes
An 8-year-old girl with long braids bounces into her Sunday School room wearing her favorite yellow dress, never imagining the terrifying experience about to unfold.

efforts by women of faith to achieve gender equality

June 5, 2018 by Rachel Koehler and Gwen Calais-Haase
For years, women have struggled to gain equality in all areas of life—from the home to the workplace, and especially in positions of leadership.

voices from the margins

March 10, 2018 by Carolyn Custis James
We are living in a time of breathtaking reversals.

in times like these: #metoo movement and biblical women

March 9, 2018 BY Angelique Walter-Smith
Women’s empowerment is a critical element in the work of ending hunger and poverty in the United States and around the world.

welcome to lament

February 19, 2018
As the elder women of the #SilenceIsNotSpiritual movement we hold the profound responsibility of stewarding our Kairos moment as we invite our signers and the church to engage.

the truly global sisterhood of #silenceisnotspiritual

January 19, 2018 By Lynne Hybels
In the early nineties, I stood in a refugee center in the former Yugoslavia, a country destroyed by the bitter hatred that fueled the Balkan War.

evangelical women just joined #metoo – and they’re urging churches to address abuse

December 22, 2017 By Abigail Abrams
The conversation this fall around sexual harassment and abuse has led millions of women to speak out about their experiences and begin demanding change in their industries.

Lisa Sharon Harper, founder and president of Freedom Road and co-creator of #SilenceIsNotSpiritual. (Photo courtesy of Freedom Road.)

women speak up in #silenceisnotspiritual campaign

December 20, 2017 BY Kate Shellnut, Christianity Today.
In 2017, many evangelical women joined the #MeToo and #ChurchToo campaigns to draw attention to the prevalence of abuse.

Belinda Bauman of One Million Thumbprints, who came up with the idea for #SilenceIsNotSpiritual.

female leaders call on church to speak out on violence against women

December 20, 2017 Emily Mcfarlan Miller, Religion New Service
(RNS) — More than 140 evangelical Christian women from across the political and theological spectrums have signed onto a statement calling churches to end the silence around violence against women and the church’s participation in it.

#SilenceIsNotSpiritual is a call to action to the Church to stop standing by and start standing up for women and girls who experience violence.

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