Mimi Haddad will give a lecture titled, "Women At the Margins: Leaders in Christian History" at CBE's three-day conference which will gather non-profit and community leaders from around the world for worship and to explore women, race, and ethnicity.
Mimi Haddad will participate as a panel addressing "Women's Leadership and the Mission of the Church."Moderated by Gina Zurlo, panelists include Kate Coleman, Mimi Haddad, Amy Reynolds and Christina Wong.
Mimi Haddad will be speaking at the Overlake Christian Church, 9900 Willows Road Redmond, WA. Mimi will preach at 9am and 11am services and hold a Q & A discussion on Egalitarian Theology at 5pm, February 20th, 2022.
Mimi Haddad will present a paper at the Evangelical Theological Society (ETS) annual meeting titled “Human Flourishing: Defeating Gender Inequities Worldwide,” join a panel of contributors to the third edition of Discovering Biblical Equality: Complementarity without Hierarchy at a luncheon co-sponsored by IVP and CBE, and co-moderate papers presented during the Evangelicals & Women study section.
On November 4 at 11:00 am CST, Mimi led a webinar series sponsored by The Evangelical Alliance of South Africa titled “Side by Side: Men and Women Ministry Partnerships.” Haddad explored the biblical basis for women’s equal partnership in ministry and marriage.
Mimi Haddad will be teaching Women in Church History and Theology (CH575) online during Fuller Seminary's fall 2021 quarter. This course is only open to Fuller students. In order to register for this class, you must be already enrolled as a Fuller student. Registration opens on August 23 for returning students and on August 30 for new students.