ABOUT THE BOOK: Women Leaders in Ministry: From Bondage to Freedom At Last! gives a balanced perspective of women leaders in ministry and was written under the inspiration and anointing of the Holy Spirit to reach an audience of women and men with progressive mindsets regarding the functions and roles that women should perform in the body of Christ, and to exhort women who are called to the five-fold ministry to remain faithful to their calling despite marginalization and man-made barriers and restrictions. It provides a candid account of historical attitudes towards and treatment of women, and of theological differences that have prevailed over the centuries. It reveals how Jesus Christ and the Apostle Paul related to women and altered the course of history for women in the church. Church history has been fraught with examples of prominent women who have left a rich legacy and have labored alongside their male counterparts to propagate the Gospel of Christ. As such, present-day Christian views regarding the freedom of women that embrace male-female equality in the body of Christ transcend traditional views of male authority and domination, and female subordination in ministry. The book explores the differences between male-female relationship within the confines of marriage and ministry, and endorses the need for the unique leadership styles of women as a crucial component of ministry, and the inclusiveness of women in all areas of ministry for which the Holy Spirit has endowed and empowered them.. The book recognizes the endless struggles of women to rise from the ashes of patriarchy and segregation to embrace their calling to the five-fold ministry.
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