Blog : Womanist

A Black millennial woman in ministry in the 21st century is audacious and courageous. She is willful and responsible. She is serious.

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Millennial womanist theology is needed because we need relevant resources to journey towards holistic understandings of life and love.

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To be a millennial woman of African descent means that blackness is not an afterthought but a foundational reality from which all else departs.

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I believe that we must challenge traditional models of “networking,” and articulate what healthy, fruitful, mutually challenging and sisterly relationships look and feel like.

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Womanism is a method of using Black women’s lived experience to identify everyday solutions and disruptions to Empire.

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As a recovering church boy, I am the product of Holy Ghost filled church mothers and deaconesses, anointed, unlicensed and unordained prophetesses, and Black women who cook in church kitchens, and clean and usher in sanctuaries.

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The Womanist Challenge of Self-Examination and Truth-Telling for Black Millennial Men

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Black women are preaching and teaching are using their epistemologies to resurrect scriptures that have been oppressive to Black women and charging the conditions and characters to ensure that Black women reach spiritual liberation.

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