11 Let a woman learn in 1aquietness in all 2bsubjection;
12 But I do not permit a awoman to 1teach or to assert authority over a man, but to be in 2quietness.
13 For 1Adam was 2formed first, then Eve;
14 And 1Adam was not deceived; but the 2woman, having been quite adeceived, has fallen into transgression.
15 But she will be saved through her 1childbearing, if they remain in 2afaith and love and bholiness with csobriety.
This is directly related to God's governmental arrangement. It's in the same sense as God being the head of Christ, Christ the head of man, man the head of women. There are God ordained authorities on the earth and in our personal lives. We accept the President of the United States, we accept our boss, the police officer as authority figures, even if we don't like it.
In the Bible there were sisters serving and even coworking with the apostles, but teaching doctrine and and having authority to be over the brothers was not God ordained then, or now. Sisters still need to be under the covering or headship of the brothers. I view it as a covering because when I begin to function outside of my measure, chaos occurs. When I am under the covering of the brothers there is a lot of peace. We need sisters in the church life to love, to function and serve, but not to have authority to teach over the brothers.
This doesn't mean that a sister can never teach another person something they have learned. We have small group meetings in the homes and the sisters share a lot of experiences and things that the Lord has taught them. However, if a sister is trying to assert authority over the brothers or lead the whole congregation in the divine truths, this touches God's governmental arrangement. In the verses above Paul gives the reason for this, which is that Eve was the one deceived. In principle, the females are the weaker vessel and easily deceived due to our genetic makeup. I know this is an unpopular view, but it came from the Bible, so I don't know how to get around that issue.
We don't hire pastors or elect elders. We have elders/ leading brothers who have grown in the divine life and their function begins to manifest itself organically. It's the same with sisters. As we grow in Christ our function manifests itself, but all(brothers and sisters) must be careful to be led by the Lord and not led by the self.
"The self is the greatest frustration to serve the Lord" by Watchman Nee.