We women often complain about the absence of our stories in our country's history, especially in the history of the church. The truth is that extraordinary women were doing great things but unless told it takes only a few decades for their stories to be lost. Linda Ban...

March 13, 2017

The Sovereign State of Georgia in Eastern Europe has a long Christian history that can be traced back to the 300s. Georgia[1], or Iberia as it was then known, was one of the very first countries to accept Christianity and make it their state religion. And it was a woma...

March 8, 2017

Our God, creator and redeemer, We thank you for women.

That in your wisdom you made humans female and male, in your image. We thank you for the different perspectives and experiences women bring to the world and the Church.

We thank you for the way you have worked th...

March 5, 2017

Two of the women from church history I admire the most share a name but seemingly little else. Catherine of Siena lived in Italy in the 1300s; Catherine Mumford Booth in England in the 1800s. Catherine of Siena was a mystic who never married or had children and died at...

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