Webinar: The Cost of Missing Half the Church: Let’s Not Fear a Re-look


Jesus said the workers are few. And the Master was not pleased with buried talents! Dr. Sandra Glahn will present recent discoveries in first-century Greco-Roman culture that suggest a re-look at modern North American views of women and public ministry. Important ramifications for Christian stewardship call us to count the cost of following Jesus into potential change.


Dr. Sandra Glahn is professor of Media Arts and Worship at Dallas Theological Seminary and the author of more than twenty books. You can find more about her at her website: www.aspire2.com.

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