#SHELeads is coming on October 29th! This is a one day summit convened by Missio Alliance for women who lead in church and ministry contexts. But it’s not just for women – it’s also for men who long to see the mission of God advanced through the “the Blessed Alliance”; the co-laboring of men and women […]
On Saturday, October 29, 2016, the #SheLeads Summit will be convened by MissioAlliance. On that day, women and men will gather from coast to coast at regional sites, in churches, and in homes across the United States to talk about the unique challenges that women who lead in church and ministry contexts face and to advance a vision of shared leadership between men and women. The Junia Project is proud to be a sponsor of this event and hope you can join us, either in Pasadena or at a regional venue in your area. Mainstage speakers include Carolyn Custis James and Jo Saxton, and local venues will be adding their own flavor to the mix. Here are five reasons we think you won’t want to miss this event.
On February 14, 2015 The Junia Project partnered with Neighborhood Christian Fellowship, Azusa Pacific Seminary, The Wesleyan Church, The Free Methodist Church of Southern California, and The Friends Center at APS to host Celebrating Women in Leadership. It was a wonderful morning with over 200 people in attendance! Check out the full Photo Gallery! Our […]
Thank you to everyone who participated in the first ever Junia Project blog contest! Our panel of four was honored to read your entries and we are so thankful for all who took the time to write! Choosing category winners was very difficult because there were so many incredible submissions. In fact, every entry we received had great value that was worth sharing, making it hard to pick only 3 to feature on the blog …so we selected 5 winners and 10 runners up!
Each winner will receive a copy of Lynne Hybel’s “Nice Girls Don’t Change the World” and their winning entries will appear on The Junia Project blog this fall.
We would also like to feature the blog entries written by the runners up. We will be asking the authors for their permission, so be looking for those in the coming weeks!
AND THE WINNERS ARE…
The last month has been filled with encouraging events and conversations about egalitarian theology and gender justice.
Last week, I attended The Justice Conference that was held here in Los Angeles. I have to say up front that it was incredible. I truly appreciated The Justice Conference for presenting a great line up of speakers who, unlike those at many Christian conferences, didn’t all look exactly the same. The gender, race, and […]