Men made to lead as head (1cor11v3) to provide (1Tim5v8) to protect and guide morally (Gen2v16-17) (Eph5v26) and to lay down his life down for his wife just like Jesus did for the Church. (Eph5v25)... Our women should feel loved, valued, treasured, prioritized, cared for, covered, secure, prayed for, supported, lead well and released into all kinds of ministry. Teaching (Titus2) Leading ministry areas, mission and loads more.People think that this is all very wierd sounding, but what I see on the ground in my church looks far from wierd. There are all kinds of fears that seem to be expressed of what it might mean - usually of men being abusive and women being abused - and wherever you have people that is possible.
I may be blind to my own context but I seem to see women empowered and men taking responsibility and being servant-hearted within my local church context. Which isn't unique to those taking this kind of theology, and certainly not to newfrontiers. What I don't often see is many people paying a lot of attention to this important issue today. My guess is that the evangelical norm today tends to play down differences in male and female roles rather than offer clarity and direction on them.