For decades women in the Church of God have been relegated to the back burner. It was not until all the changes hit the church that women really got a voice. Huge debates wrangled around in the Journal for several months over the roll of women in the church. A surprisingly large number in the Church of God have no issue with it now, while others rebelled at the thought of women "teaching" men.
Now UCG needs to write up a policy and approve it for women to really have a voice. It's 2016 not 1936 or 1966
Media and Communications Committee (MCC)—Rex SextonA MCC video conference was held on Feb. 11, 2016. Currently their responsibilities are to review the current Media Operation Plan and how it is being carried out. They also discussed flexibility in carrying out the Scopes and Responsibilities. The subject was discussed regarding the role of women authors in Church publications. There was a general discussion on the history of female UCG authors, and it was agreed that there exists no approved policy or guidelines on the subject. It was suggested that the Council consider an approved policy for Media and Communications Services, and there will be discussion on this topic in this week’s meetings.