When I speak, favorite topics include gender, women of the Bible, specific books of the Bible, bioethics, current events, and cultural engagement. I also love talking in more intimate settings about writing, rest, aesthetics, Ephesus, first-century women, Artemis of the Ephesians, head coverings and other cultural practices in the biblical text relating to women, praying lament psalms, infertility, and marriage. To book me for your event, get in touch with me through the contact page on this site.

We Talk Different

We Talk Different is a podcast on culture, race, ethnicity, gender, politics, and theology. Recently my friend Jurrita and I were featured on the podcast talking about gender and faith and race. 

How Can Women and Men Better Minister Together?

Recently some colleagues and I were featured on The Table podcast talking about men and women in ministry together. It’s not about pushing women forward, it’s about partnering forward….

Vindicating the Vixens

I moderated a panel discussion at DTS with Dr. Glenn Kreider, Sarah Bowler, Sharifa Stevens, Dr. Timothy Ralston, and Karla Zazueta about women in the Bible whom we have either vilified or marginalized. Vindicating the Vixens (Kregel Academic, 2017) is the result of a diverse team of 16 male and female theologians who’ve partnered to take a second look at vilified and marginalized women in the Bible, and we got some of the contributors in Dallas together to talk about our findings.

Sandra Glahn’s Coffee Cup Bible Series

In this short video produced by my alma mater, I talk about the journey that led to my writing ministry.

Following the Son of Man(ly)

In chapel at Dallas Theological Seminary, I spoke about how—in the eyes of Roman power players—Jesus sacrificed his man card. My message included a challenge to listeners to show courage in the face of gender stereotypes. April 1, 2014.

Cultural Shift of Hostility

Darrell Bock led a panel discussion with Drs. Vic Anderson and David Lowery and with me about being a Christian in a shifting and increasingly hostile culture at a Dallas Theological Seminary chapel. February 1, 2013.

Cat Theology, Mark 5

Drawing on lessons from my cat and the woman with the issue of blood in the book of Mark, I challenged listeners to live by faith in order to receive God’s commendation. Dallas Theological Seminary, September 27, 2011.

The Sinner’s Prayer for Believers

Speaking at Dallas Theological Seminary, I walked listeners through Psalm 6, where we find a model for how to approach God and find mercy, even if our actions have evoked His displeasure.

Game On Girl

Episode 142 – Sandra Glahn
This week, we are delighted to have Sandra Glahn join us on the show again. We are really enjoying what has become a yearly tradition of talking about gender related topics with Sandra. She always has great insight and empowering and uplifting messages. This week, we are bouncing around ideas for a po…

Episode 79 – Revisiting Sex & Gender: Sandra Glahn
Journal Entry by Regina McMenomy, Ph.D. on September 16, 2013
This week we have one of our all time favorite guests back on the show: Dr. Sandra Glahn. Sandra first joined us on episode 17, where we talked about the origins and evolution of gender stereotypes. We return to the basics of feminism, revisiting the differences between sex and gender, a common con…

Episode 11 – Defining Differences: Sandra Glahn
Journal Entry by Regina McMenomy, Ph.D. on June 28, 2012
In episode 11, Rhonda and I talk to writer, mother, gamer, and Ph.D. candidate Sandra Glahn. We discuss the evolution and origins of gender stereotypes and gender roles. We talk in depth in this episode about the cultural differences of gender stereotypes, how they’ve changed and…