Race and Gender: What Being a Woman Preacher Has to do With Racial (In)Justice

7 thoughts on “Race and Gender: What Being a Woman Preacher Has to do With Racial (In)Justice”

  1. Excellent, excellent, excellent!! I have never heard or read it explained more passionately, compassionately and more clearly. Thank you, Mallory! God bless you a thousand times for this post.

  2. PS May I copy this and share with the leaders of our church. We have ministers, male and female, but we are sadly not quite to the place that God would have us be! Thanks again!

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