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Te Katekateka as the Key to Embracing and Empowering Women in Kiribati, with particular implications for the Kiribati United Church.
Rev Meeri Iaabeti, Kiribati United Church, gave this paper at the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion conference, Fiji June 2017, exploring the traditional Kiribati rite of passage for a young woman and its significance for ordination today.
Pregnancy: Introducing and exploring an Eco-Theological Model from the Pacific for the World
Filomena Hunt Leituala, Congregational Christian Church of American Samoa, gave this paper at the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion conference, Fiji June 2017, exploring the concept of pregnancy
A Samoan Woman's Missionary Journey: Paddling against the Tide
Rev Marie Ropeti, Presbyterian Church of Aotearoa New Zealand, presented this paper at the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion conference in Fiji, June 2017, exploring her journey of ordination as a Presbyterian and encouraging other denominations to ordain women.
The Silent Dauniveiqaravi in the Church
Deaconess Litiana Maituriwai Tuidrakulu, Methodist Church in Fiji and Rotuma, presented this paper at the Mission Theology in the Anglican Communion conference in Fiji, June 2017, exploring the empowering of the ministry of women, especially the wives of Pastors.
Italian Translation of Graham Kings's Four Poems on Women in the Bible
Bishop Graham's poems on the paintings of Silvia Dimitrova (as written about by him in his June 2016 Interweavings here:
http://www.missiontheologyanglican.org/interweavings/women-in-the-bible-interweavings-no-10-june-2016/) translated into Italian by Gemma Debono, Pontifical Urban University.
Contextual Mission in India: From Women's Perspective
Women in the Bible: Interweavings No 10 June 2016
27/06/2016 An Interweaving
Bishop Graham introduces his missional project creating seven iconic paintings of women in the Bible, working with Silvia Dimitrova, a Bulgarian Orthodox icon writer based in Bath.
Review of Elaine Storkey's 'Scars Against Humanity'
Natalie Collins reviews a powerful book from theologian and author Elaine Storkey. 'Scars Across Humanity' considers the problem of violence against women on a global scale.