Women in the Wesleyan Holiness Tradition

 A Call to Full Participation  Women in the Wesleyan Holiness Tradition  The Wesleyan-Holiness tradition of Christianity affirms women in leadership at all levels in churches because of the teachings of Scripture, longstanding tradition of empowering women in pastoral leadership, and manifest evidence of God’s work in their ministries.  Challenges to Women in Christian Ministry  While…

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Who’s Your Master: Discovering “servant” in Servant Leadership

Abstract The activities of a leader are a reflection of their nature.  While leadership activities may be learned, the character and nature from which they proceed must be formed.  In the formation of one’s nature a reference point, or master, will become the principal influence. The result is a natural reflection of the nature and priorities of…

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Pluralism Is Here

Whether we like it or not, the American culture is changing rapidly. Over many years, the trend toward pluralism has been growing and now is becoming reality. The idea that Judeo-Christian principles will be understood, much less accepted as de facto, is fast disappearing. Although there are clearly exceptions, the trend around us is unmistakable.…

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