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Equality Armoury: Resources for reformation

Browse our list of 300+ egalitarian resources to redress the balance of women's personhood and priesthood.

The Salvation Army believes unequivocally in women's right and responsibility to participate as full and equal partners in all areas of church, community and relationship. In our Equality Armoury, we've provided a list of over 300+ resources to arm you in this fight for justice.

We want all areas of The Salvation Army to develop safe and holy environments for women and girls to thrive in. The Equality Armoury is a living list to provide another tool in your kete (basket) to help free the captives and proclaim the Good News to all members of our community, in Jesus' name. We will be updating and editing this list as time goes on, and would love your input and feedback.

Do you have any resources you believe should be included in our Equality Armoury, or feedback on the list? Contact Rosy.Keane@salvationarmy.org.nz or send us a PM at Salvation Army Women's Ministries' Facebook Page!

Abuse (See also 'Sexual Abuse')

Activism

Children

Disability/Special Needs

Education

Encouragement

Equality in the Bible
(These are some of the best online resources for theological exploration of scriptures that concern 'women's roles'. Search these websites for keywords ie 'submit', 'silent', 'obey'. For book recommendations and lists, please contact Booth College of Mission on 04-528 8628 or bcm@salvationarmy.org.nz)

Equality in church 

Equality in homes

Equality in the workplace

Equality-focused Christian Facebook Groups

(Use the search bar in these Facebook Groups for files and articles on the topic you're after)

Feminine imagery of God

Gender Equity research

Gender-inclusive language

Health

International Women's Day

Male-headship theology

Male violence against women

Marriage

#MeToo

Pornography

Racism

Relationships

Representation

Sexism

Sexual abuse

Submission and silence

Suffering

Sustainability

Terror Texts [Professor Phyllis Trible's exegesis of the 'terrible scriptures' of Hagar, Tamar, an unnamed concubine, and the daughter of Jephthah]

Trafficking

Unequal power dynamics

Women in the Bible

Women in leadership

Women in ministry