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Wednesday Giveaway - How I Changed My Mind About Women in Leadership

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How I Changed My mind About Women in Leadership Bill and Lynne Hybels, I. Howard Marshall, John and Nancy Ortberg, and Cornelius Plantinga - though from diverse backgrounds these evangelicals all share a common story, a story in which they changed their long held views about women in leadership.

Today you have a chance to win a copy of their collected stories, along with the stories of many others, in today’s giveaway How I Changed My Mind About Women in Leadership.

Often times this debate is a matter of abstract argument, and though there is a place for that most would agree that stories and experiences also play a role in how we understand our faith.

This book collects the autobiographical account of how evangelicals from all walks of life began to question what they had been taught about the role of women in the church, and how they came to (often surprisingly) take quite a different position on the matter.

There are two copies of How I Changed My Mind About Women in Leadership available, and this giveaway will run through Thursday.

To enter simply answer this question in the comments below: What role do you see story and experiences as having in your faith?

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