WHM: WEEK 4
IN CELEBRATION OF WOMEN'S HISTORY MONTH, EACH WEEK REDEEMER EAST HARLEM WILL HIGHLIGHT THE LIFE AND MINISTRY OF KEY WOMEN THROUGHOUT CHURCH HISTORY. CHECK BACK EACH WEEK FOR NEW ADDITIONS!
WE ALSO ENCOURAGE YOU TO CONSIDER THE FOLLOWING RESOURCES AS A WAY TO CELEBRATE BY LISTENING, READING, AND WATCHING.
Christina Edmonson, Michelle Higgins, and Ekemini Uwan started the Truth’s Table podcast in the spring of 2017. The group has since forged out on its own and also stirred controversy while carving out a space for women of color in the Reformed church community and beyond.
Michelle Higgins has an MDiv from Covenant Theological Seminary in Saint Louis, Missouri, where she works as the director of worship and outreach for South City Church. Christina Edmonson serves as the dean for intercultural student development at Calvin College and has a PhD in counseling psychology from Tennessee State University and an MS in family therapy. Ekemini Uwan has an MDiv from Westminster Theological Seminary.
Christina Edmonson: For more CLICK HERE.
Michelle Higgins: For more CLICK HERE.
Ekemini Uwan: For more CLICK HERE.
Lisa Fields: After graduating with an MDiv from Liberty University’s School of Divinity, Lisa Fields founded the Jude 3 Project, an apologetics organization “dedicated to helping the black Christian community know what they believe and why.” She hosts a podcast for young professionals called Brunch Culture and speaks widely on topics of theology, evangelism, apologetics, and biblical literacy. For more CLICK HERE.
Please use the resources below to continue to explore and learn more about key Christian women throughout Church history.
Happy Women's History Month!
Truth’s Table Podcast: A podcast focusing attention on the concerns of women, and specifically black women, from a Christian perspective.
His Testimonies, My Heritage: A collection of devotions is by a diverse group of women of color—African-Americans, Hispanic, Caribbean, and Asian women - all of whom you should know and follow.
Women's Voices on Issues of Justice: This talk is well worth the listen, but the panel also includes women you should know, follow, read, and from whom you should learn.