Introduction: Annelle Gumihid-Sabanal Recently, significant positive shifts have happened in society in the perception of women and in opportunities given to women While the evangelical community is catching up with this trend, changes have not been as extensive within as outside Although women..... read more
Emily Choge Kerama is an Associate Professor and Chair of Postgraduate Studies in Theology at Moi University, Kenya. Her teaching focuses on ethics, Biblical studies, and intercultural theology. She has served widely in her community, ministering to vulnerable children and young people through the Uasin Gishu Children’s FORUM and the African Christian Initiation Program. She earned her PhD from Fuller Theological Seminary.