Call and CommissionCall and Commission (November 21, 2015) celebrated the role of women in ministry in the Seventh-day Adventist Church, the launch of the book, South Pacific Perspectives on Ordination, and the renaming of Ladies Chapel at Avondale University.
VideosPr Carole Ferch-Johnson: A dedication
Ferch-Johnson is a former Ministerial Association associate for women in ministry for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Australia.
Jody Eddy: “Seasons in Ministry”
Eddy is a mother of two and a part-time associate minister at Warburton Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Pr Kylie Cullinan: “God: Strategic Developer of Leaders”
Cullinan is the first commissioned female pastor to work for the Seventh-day Adventist Church in Victoria and the first to work—as a departmental director—for the church in the New Zealand Pacific.
Q’n’A with Jody Eddy and Pr Kylie Cullinan
Question and answer session with Eddy and Cullinan hosted by Women in Ministry trustees Drs Lyell Heise and Bryan Craig.
Dr Drene Somasundram: “My Journey”
Somasundram is a chaplain and lecturer at Avondale University. She developed a more gender inclusive model of theological training from the findings and the recommendations of the women she interviewed for her Doctorate in Professional Studies, and she is the first woman employed as a field minister by the Seventh-day Adventist Church in the United Kingdom.
Kara Dale: “Qualified Significance, Blessed Illegitimacy”
Dale is Associate Minister of Springwood Seventh-day Adventist Church.
Q’n’A with Dr Drene Somasundram and Kara Dale
Question and answer session with Somasundram and Dale hosted by Women in Ministry trustees Drs Lyell Heise and Bryan Craig.