Seldom has there been such a "culture-quake" as we have seen over the last three months. When actress Alyssa Milano sent out a tweet on October 15 that said, “If you’ve been sexually harassed or assaulted write ‘me too’ as a reply to this tweet,” she woke up the next morning to find that more than 30,000 people had used the hashtag #MeToo. Milano then burst into tears.
#MeToo has now been used millions of times in at least 85 countries. It's also brought a national reckoning unlike any in recent history. From Harvey Weinstein to Al Franken, Louis C.K. to Matt Lauer; and even a bit closer to home - Jerry Richardson.
But it's about more than #MeToo. It's about how men view women, the place and position of women in the eyes of God and in the Kingdom economy, how "silence is not spiritual," the prevalence of domestic violence in the home and how men and women should interact. All this and more will be covered in Meck's series, "#MeToo".