On the 10/11 February 2023, the BWP hosted “No Limits”, a symposium for women interested in what the Bible teaches about women.
You can listen to the sessions below:
SESSION 1 DR CHRISTA McKIRLAND Limiting Interpretations: How the Text can be Used to Inhibit or Empower Women
SESSION 2 SETTING THE SCENE/ MARG MOWCZKO Paul’s Theology of Ministry
SESSION 3 MEGAN POWELL DU TOIT The Story of God With Women: a Bible Overview
SESSION 4 PANEL Local and Global Perspectives
At Rev Sela Havili’s request, we have not uploaded her session.
KEY NOTE SPEAKER BIOS
Dr. Christa McKirland
Christa L. McKirland (PhD, University of St. Andrews) is lecturer in systematic theology at Carey Baptist College in Auckland, New Zealand. She is the founder and executive director of Logia International, which seeks to support women across the divinity disciplines for the sake of the academy and the church.
Margaret Mowczko lives on the Central Coast of NSW, Australia, with her extended family. She has a particular interest in the mutuality of men and women in Christian marriage and ministry. Margaret has a Bachelor of Theology from the Australian College of Ministries and a Master of Arts, with a specialization in early Christian and Jewish studies, from Macquarie University. She blogs at http://MargMowczko.com
Rev Megan Powell du Toit
Rev Megan Powell du Toit is a Baptist minister who has worked as a pastor, academic, editor, writer, speaker and podcaster. She works for the Australian College of Theology as Publishing Manager, and is Co-Director of the WADR Project, which produces the podcast she co-hosts with Rev Dr Michael Jensen, With All Due Respect. Born and bred in Sydney, she is married with two adult children and another one in high school.
Revd. Sela Havili
Rev. Sela Otoota Havili is an Anglican Priest who has a profound love for God and people. She has ministered and walked as a priest in Tikanga Polynesia for over six years. She is a mother to four teenage children and graduated with a Bachelor of Applied Theology from Carey Baptist College. For the past two years, she has been working for Te Takiwā o Manukau and has been blessed as a Tongan Priest to be called to walk alongside and serve in Tikanga Maori under the guidance of Te Pihopatanga o Te Tai Tokerau.