Part Three: Biblical Femininity in the Workplace
When we use Scripture as the starting point then each of us can develop biblical convictions regarding our role and responsibility, first as believers and then as women. And while convictions, grounded in God’s word must remain stable, the application of them in different circumstances and stages of life may change. Growing in understanding God’s purposes may ultimately cause some women to make different decisions regarding their career path; or they may choose to change their focus to their calling at home or in vocational ministry, My prayer is that will come about as the result of God’s word and the work of the Spirit in individual hearts.
Romans 14 and 15 provide helpful guidelines for how we can hold to our convictions and yet not hold in contempt our brother or sister who has a different conviction nor cause them to stumble.
(Romans 14:1, 5-6 ESV)
(Romans 14:13, 17-19 ESV)
Key principal, “let us pursue what makes for peace and for mutual upbuilding.” In this discussion this is always my goal, that women will be encouraged in the pursuit of Christ and that the gospel will be adorned.
(1 Timothy 1:5 ESV)