Carolyn Davis — Proud to Be Feminist and Faithful

September 30, 2014

“The Christianity with which I was raised (first Baptist, later Methodist) taught me that serving God was intimately tied to serving others. Nobody was outside the scope of that call — everybody was called to serve, and everybody deserved love and care. To limit how women can participate in that call, or to narrowly prescribe how love and care are to be extended to women, fails to recognize the fullness of our faith’s message. We all matter. We are all called to join God in working for peace and justice in the world.”

Read the rest of the article on the Huffington Post.

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