The most powerful aspect of the film Fences is its depiction of Black womanhood. C’mon up and hear Thabiti Anyabwile’s thoughts as to why.
C’mon up and meet Kori Porter, who serves as an Associate Campus Minister at University Reformed Church in East Lansing, MI.
What are women in the church concerned with today? What are ways we can be praying for our sisters? How does context determine everyday struggles and the difficulty women see in the ministry?
Sometimes the life of a pastor’s wife can be made more difficult and lonely than it needs to be. Here are some remedies.
A strong woman shouldn’t be a threat to our theology. But even more, she should not be judged and stereotyped.
Mentor for Life calls us back to our primary calling to make disciples who follow Jesus with their entire being.
Today, on the porch, the conversation is about moms. C’mon up and share a word about your mother if you’re so inclined.
Is affirmation of female ordination and leadership a denial of the Christian Faith? How important are these issues to the health of the church? C’mon up and join the conversation!
Thabiti Anyabwile looks at the model of husbands and wives co-pastoring churches. What does Scripture have to say about this model, if anything? What effects can this have on the body if the couple gets a divorce? C’mon up on the porch and let us know what you think.
Stephen A. Smith’s recent comments about domestic violence caused an uproar in the media. Thabiti Anyabwile comes up on The Front Porch to make a call for men to repent and protect their sisters who have given them so much. Is domestic violence a “men’s issue”? C’mon up on the porch and let us know what you think.
Deborah Peters, a 15-year-old Nigerian girl, shares a powerful testimony.