Throughout history, women of faith have molded the course of life through wars, crusades, church councils, church fights, quiet evenings in the garden, sitting in rocking chairs with their children, etc. I know one woman at the Highland Church in Abilene who single-handedly changed the thinking about the Holy Spirit in the congregation and eldership.
If someone asked you to participate in a poll asking the question "Who is the most influential woman in the spiritual/religious life of the 20th-21st centuries?" what would you answer? Taking Mother Teresa out (I know she would be one of the first to mind), who would it be?