4 Reasons Why Ordaining Women Is No Longer An Option

“I no longer believe that women’s inclusion in all levels of leadership is an option – it is a must. It is biblical. it is culturally necessary. It is just. It is needed to the church’s future. ” Rev.Jeremiah Gibbs.
I concur.

Dr. Jeremiah Gibbs

jen ordination Left to Right: Rev. Renee Perkins, Rev. Jenifer Stuelpe Gibbs, Rev. Jill Moffett Howard
Three Indiana United Methodist clergy on their ordination day.

When I was a 23 year old theology student, I nominated the first woman to be elder in the life of our conservative church. The response: “We don’t feel called to challenge the church constitution at this time.”

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