Found this article here. (link fixed)
I never really had a doubt. And this guy presents quite the argument and Biblical background. I’m not really into getting all Old Testament, especially since I tend to be one of those “Christ came to fulfill the law” kind of guys, and now we live under grace, in a personal relationship with God, where we are looked on as sons and daughters of God, washed clean by the blood of Christ. (even that sounds pretty wild).
I’m not really into women preaching, but I do believe that God can speak through anyone he chooses (maybe it’s just a personal style/taste thing for me). I am however a huge fan of women leading worship. They can really reach people on a different level than men, and the tones of their voices tend to really move people into a deeper or higher state of worship. At LifeChurch we have a woman lead at least one song a week, most weeks it’s two – and there is a very healthy response. And I encourage them to be worship leaders, not just vocalists, to really focus on leading people in the spiritual act of worship.