June 2023<br><em>African Hermeneutics</em><br>Elizabeth Mburu

If we truly believe that the church is one body, then we ought to be aware of what is happening in the rest of the world. . . . This approach challenges and broadens the lens of assumptions and interpretation of those outside Africa because it presents readers with a different way of looking at texts. It can help other readers see what lies in their blind spots.

May 2023<br><em>Tell Her Story</em><br>Nijay K. Gupta

There is evidence right in the Bible that women led (like Deborah), taught (like Prisca), and ministered (like Junia and Phoebe) in the early churches, called by God and responsive to the needs of the people of God. We need to tell their stories to hear the full gospel taught in the Bible.

March 2023<br><em>Abuelita Faith</em><br>Kat Armas

I wrote this as a love letter to my Latinx community. Many of our first theologians were our grandmothers and mothers—women of valor who would be overlooked as theologians to the dominant culture because of their socioeconomic status, their gender, their lack of Western education, their accent, or the pigmentation of their skin.