Jennie Allen and Rebekah Lyons Want to Tweak the Conversation Around Women in Ministry

Jennie Allen and Rebekah Lyons want to change the conversation surrounding women in ministry by taking the focus off doctrine, and turn it instead to equipping women to use their gifts and follow their callings.

Rebekah explains that when it comes to women in ministry, in many churches, “what is permissible for the women in the church takes precedence over the real underlining narrative that the Holy Spirit pours himself out on sons and daughters.”

Instead of creating tension and disunity in the church, “as women, our greatest prayer is that we would be humble and right with God. We don’t have an agenda to move women forward in the church. We want to be right with God.”

We think this is a great response to a tough question:

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Megan Briggs is a writer and editor for Her experience in ministry, an extensive amount of which was garnered overseas, gives her a unique perspective on the global church. She has the longsuffering and altruistic nature of foreign friends and missionaries to humbly thank for this experience. Megan is passionate about seeking and proclaiming the truth. When she’s not writing, Megan likes to explore God’s magnificent creation.