As the election cycle intensifies with its first primaries, Christians must remain engaged for the sake of the country and the integrity of their own faith, writes an author and activist.
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The Rev. Gina M. Stewart speaks to her congregation in Memphis. Photo courtesy of Christ Missionary Baptist Church
Moving the needle for women means amplifying their voices, highlighting their gifts and advocating for them, says a pastor and nationally known preacher.