• "...to bring good news to the poor... proclaim release to the captives... let the oppressed go free..."
  • (Luke 4:18-19)

    Women Changemakers in the Qur'an and Bible Webinar Recording

    Women have been effecting change for centuries, and in this free, one-hour webinar recording we focused on inspirational women from the Qur'an and the Bible. The webinar recording highlights Hagar, who appears in both traditions, as well as women unique to each.

    This webinar recording is free to view, but donations are welcome. Your donation will allow American Baptist Women's Ministries to continue providing webinars and other resources on critical topics for women and girls. Click here to make a donation.

    Presenters: Nisa Muhammad and Carol Patterson
    Nisa Muhammad, Howard University’s Assistant Dean for Religious Life, is responsible for religious programming, advocates for religious needs of Muslim students, teaches non-academic classes on the Islamic tradition and works closely as part of the staff in the Office of the Dean of the Chapel to foster inter faith dialogue and cooperation. She organizes Muslim worship and devotion services, counsels and advises students, and answers questions from race to religion to relationships. She is advisor to the Muslim Students Association. Mrs. Muhammad is on the boards of the Association of Muslim Chaplains and the Association of Campus Muslim Chaplains.
    Rev. Dr. Carol Lynn Patterson serves as Director of Doctoral Studies at New Brunswick Theological Seminary. She is frequently invited to lead Wordshops for churches as well as associations and conferences. Rev. Dr. Patterson is also cofounder of the Community Development Corporation of Northern New Jersey (CDC|NNJ). She serves on the steering committee of the How Shall They Hear without a Preacher conference. CEO of Setting the Captives Free Ministries, Rev. Dr. Patterson is committed to preaching, teaching and demonstrating a liberating gospel in the spirit of Luke 4:18.

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