One Life Church
Sunday Message // 05.13.18
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  • One Life West
    1301 W Lloyd Expy, Evansville, IN 47710, USA
    Sunday 9:15 AM, Sunday 11:15 AM
  • One Life East
    333 Plaza E Blvd, Evansville, IN 47715, USA
    Sunday 9:00 AM, Sunday 11:00 AM
  • One Life Henderson
    1644 2nd St, Henderson, KY 42420, USA
    Sunday 9:15 AM, Sunday 11:15 AM
LOVED THE SERVICE! Recommendation: Every philosopher you highlighted was an old white man. Maybe expand to women and people of color. Great job!
"Scripture was not the reason for the colossal disregard and disrespect of women among many of these men. It was only the excuse. Sin was the reason. The dignity with which Christ treated women in the Gospels is fiercely beautiful and it was not conditional upon them understanding their place.”

Beth Moore
“Finally, I’m asking that you would simply have no tolerance for misogyny and dismissiveness toward women in your spheres of influence. I’m asking for your deliberate and clearly conveyed influence toward the imitation of Christ in His attitude and actions toward women"

Beth Moore
"I've been in rooms where your name was mentioned with disparaging tone. And rather than ask a few basic questions...I said and did nothing. I wasn't any different from Saul standing by holding clothes while Stephen was stoned,"

Pastor Thabiti Anyabwile
“The Christian woman enjoyed far greater marital security and equality than did her pagan neighbor...“Christianity was unusually appealing because within the Christian subculture women enjoyed far higher status than did women in the Greco-Roman world at large.”

Rodney Stark // Historian
“To protect women’s rights, we must be able to say what a woman is. If postmodernism is correct—that the body itself is a social construct—then it becomes impossible to argue for rights based on the sheer fact of being female. We cannot legally protect a category of people if we cannot identify that category.”

Nancy Pearcey
[women have found in Christ] A prophet and teacher who never nagged at them, never flattered or coaxed or patronized; who never made arch jokes about them; who never treated them either as ‘The women, God help us!’ or “The ladies, God bless them!”; who rebuked without [demeaning] and praised without condescension; who took their questions and arguments seriously; who never mapped out their sphere for them, never urged them to be feminine or jeered at them for being female; who had no axe to grind and no uneasy male dignity to defend.

Dorothy Sayers