The women who proclaim it are a mighty throng


Yahweh announces the word, and the women who proclaim it are a mighty throng.

Psalm 68:11

Since Mary Magdalene and the women at the tomb announced that Yahshua was risen from the dead, women have proclaimed the good news and yet most often the voices of women in our houses of worship are silenced. By silencing half the church, we are only receiving half of the gospel. Until we hear every voice that is proclaiming the gospel, we will not understand the gospel. Often, we look at Christianity in the West and declare that we are missing justice, mercy and love, but rarely do we connect this to the millions of women with a call to minister who have been silenced in the church. Until we activate the entire body of Messiah, we will continue to limp along as chaplains to the empire rather than prophets to the resistance, as my friend Rev. Michael-Ray Mathews preaches. The average Christian in the world today is a woman of African ancestry–these women are the future of the church. In order to hear the full gospel, we need to listen to the full chorus of voices Yahweh has called.

Onleilove Chika Alston is a speaker, minister and writer. In 2014 she founded Prophetic Whirlwind: Uncovering the Black Biblical Destiny a teaching ministry dedicated to uncovering the African roots of scripture. She is also the CEO of Chika’s Closet which brings traditional African fashion to the diaspora while empowering African women. Her first book, Prophetic Whirlwind: Uncovering the Black Biblical Destiny, is currently being published by The Voices Project. Follow her on Twitter @PropheticWhirl and Instagram @PropheticWhirlwind.

About eslkevin

I am a peace educator who has taken time to teach and work in countries such as the USA, Germany, Japan, Nicaragua, Mexico, the UAE, Kuwait, Oman over the past 4 decades.
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