By Kyle Worley
This week CBMW hosted the CBMW National Conference: “A Brave New Movement || CBMW and the Gospel.” We hope you were able to attend, because it was a wonderful event that showcased some of the most important minds currently assisting the church in considering issues of gender, sexuality, marriage, and the church.
If you were not able to attend the conference there are still many ways that you can be involved with CBMW.
The mission of The Council on Biblical Manhood and Womanhood is to set forth the teachings of the Bible about the complementary differences between men and women, created equally in the image of God, because these teachings are essential for obedience to Scripture and for the health of the family and the church. You can find more about our vision and mission here: Why We Exist.
We here at CBMW think there has never been a more important time for this organization to “set for the teaching of the Bible about complementary differences between men and women. Our culture is suffering from a confusion regarding gender, sexuality, and marriage that has become part of what Peter Berger calls the “plausibility structure” of our day and age.
We would love to have you participate in the mission and vision of CBMW. How can you get involved?
- Read and “Share” the Blogs || The CBMW website is built to help serve the church by spreading the vision and mission of CBMW. We have a channel dedicated to women, the public square, book reviews, family, and men. It is our hope that the articles and resources posted on these blog channels will serve you, your family, and the church. We encourage you to read and share the articles you think will impact those who follow you on social media.
- Follow Us on Twitter || Each one of our blog channels has a Twitter account that keeps you in the loop regarding content that is made available on the blog. The women’s channel tweets at Karis, the men’s channel tweets at Manual, the family channel tweets at Family, the Public Square tweets at Edge, the book reviews tweet at Reviews, and our organization Twitter account is CBMW.
- Write for CBMW || Some of our blogs take unsolicited posts. At Manual, the men’s blog here, we receive unsolicited posts that deal with biblical manhood, masculinity, discipleship, leadership, and relationships. If you are interested in submitting a post, feel free to contact us via Twitter and we would love to read your post pitch.
- Donate || CBMW is a non-profit organization that relies on the donations of those who support its mission and vision to continue to thrive. If you are looking for an opportunity to financially support an organization doing crucial work at the edge of where the church and culture are meeting to discuss the great ideas, consider supporting CBMW. You can do that through our donation page here: Donate to CBMW.
- Read the Journal || The Journal of Biblical Manhood and Womanhood is crucial publication that CBMW has made available for free right here on our website. The tone of the journal seeks to assist the church by collecting and writing content that bears the weight of academic scrutiny, while remaining accessible to a diverse audience. It is a tremendous resource, made available for free, here: The Journal of Biblical Manhood and Womanhood.
- Bring CBMW to Your Town || If you think that your church, association, presbytery, community, or network would be well served by having Dr. Strachan and a few of the CBMW staff out to your area to assist in thinking through issues concerning: sexuality, sanctity of life, marriage, and gender; we encourage you to consider traveling to one of the events or conferences that CBMW puts on. If you can’t make it out to our conference or another event, why not bring CBMW to you? You can find out more about where CBMW and Dr. Strachan are going to be at our travel page here: Travel.
Kyle Worley is Connections Minister at the Village Church in Dallas, TX. He is the author of Pitfalls: Along the Path to Young and Reformed and blogs regularly at The Strife. He holds a double B.A. in Biblical Studies and Philosophy from Dallas Baptist University and an M.A. in Theology at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is pursuing a M.A. in Religion atRedeemer Seminary. You can find Kyle on Twitter @kyleworley.