At a local Christian fellowship, Geneva had the opportunity to teach on one of the most divisive passages within Christianity, 1 Timothy 2:11-15. In many conservative churches, this passage is used to to justify banning women from teaching coed Bible classes, being an elder and serving as a pastor. Was this Paul's intention when he wrote to Timothy? What about women who were leaders in the early church, such as Priscilla, Phoebe and Junia? By using sound principles of exegesis, including context and original language, Geneva answered the question of whether or not women are to remain silent and sidelined.