I am in agreement with this article that women are not to teach men in organized assemblies. While we can share God’s Word and be leaders in certain aspects….the Bible is clear on the subject. I have had to examine myself and my motives….Am I a clanging gong with no love? Have I overstepped my boundaries?

I have interacted with many women Pastors who believe they are following a call from God by the feelings they have. The scriptures they use for support are always out of context.

I used to teach a Bible study on Wednesday nights but women would bring their husbands. It become troublesome to me when the men would introduce bad theology and I would have to correct them. I let the group dissolve stating that I should not teach men.

This created a blessing by the formation of a new Men’s Bible Study.

Michelle Lesley

christine caineChristine Caine “is a lover of Jesus, wife to Nick, and mum to Catie and Sophie. She travels the globe preaching, teaching, and advocating for justice.”¹ Over the last several years, Christine has become a popular conference speaker, a prolific author, and a social media darling.

This is due, in no small part to Christine’s engaging personality. A native of Sydney, Australia, her charming accent, quick wit, and lovely smile immediately capture the attention, and her love and devotion to her husband and children are obvious and endearingly sincere. Unlike some of her over-made, over-coiffed, and overdressed peers, Christine radiates a natural, simple, unpretentious beauty that makes “middle aged” look good, and is a tacit encouragement to distinctly unglamourous women like me.

Admirably, Christine seems to have a true desire to impact the world beyond merely achieving fame and selling books, again, setting her apart from (and, in my opinion…

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