25 Tough Questions About Women and the Church
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Want to stir up a spiritual hornet's nest? Just ask a few questions about the role of women in the church today? This topic has become a controversial and sometimes bitter battleground that keeps women from fulfilling God's plan for their lives! Lee Grady, editor of Charisma magazine, has tackled 25 really tough questions that men and women have asked about women in the ministry. Some readers will jump for joy, and others may burn this book in total disgust! It is time that all Christians heard the truth.
Go ahead... ask the tough questions! This is not a "safe" Christian book that tells women to sit quietly and obediently in the back of the church. For far too long the church has prevented women from answering God's call on their lives. It's time for a change!
"I will not be satisfied until the church repents for its gender prejudice and then fully releases women to obey the call of God on their lives." J. Lee Grady
"When you read this book, not only will you find it informative; you will also hear God defend your rights as a woman to preach His Word without being intimidated." Juanita Bynum, author and evangelist, Brooklyn, New York
"Lee Grady is not an advocate just for women, but also for truth. I highly recommend this book to all who seek accuracy in place of prejudice" Iverna Tompkins, author and Bible teacher, Scottsdale, Arizona
"God has raised up Lee Grady as an international voice for women. He writes biblical truth with boldness. This groundbreaking book should be required reading for every Christian." Yolanda Eden, senior pastor, El Catedral del Pueblo, Miami, Florida
J. Lee Grady is an author, award-winning journalist and ordained minister. He serves as contrubuting editor for Charisma magazine and as editor of Experience. His Fire in my Bones column is distributed to thousands around the world. He is also founder of The Mordecai Project, a ministry aimed at confronting the abuse of women around the world. He has been interviewed by numerous media outlets, including Time, The New York Times, and Christianity Today. He and his wife Deborah have four daughters and live in Florida.