Another very needed observation here is this. Why would anyone imagine for themselves that in a world of sin, populated by billions upon billions of sinners, that need to hear the precious Good News of Christ, that in all that need God would never let a woman serve His will to help bring those billions in need His Word.
When women outnumber the male population in the world, God wouldn't call women to vanquish the Devil's opportunity to take souls into damnation. Because only a man is allowed to lead people to be saved from the condition a man, one man, and his choice to disobey God, made Salvation from Sin necessary. Because that one disobedient weak man is whom God blamed for Sin entering this world.
Therefore, God would never ever call any but men to lead people from their sins and to the Gospel? Rubbish! The man is the head of the household, but the man was a poor example of leadership in paradise when he led Eve and the entire world population to come into damnation through his actions and the fall.
So God, in his vested eternal sovereign wisdom would only entrust men to lead people to the blessing that would lead them out of the Sin Adam brought into the world? No.
God calls whom He will into His service. Men who have issues with women and twist God's words to make God into their image and likeness will answer for that to God. Ironically, the men that do this, because tragically there are women who are just as lost, are bringing Sin into the Redemption equation by insisting the sex of a person precludes them from leading anyone to the truth of God in Christ. While the sex of a different person is all that God would approve to do that.
Repent! Before God makes you to answer the why of that. When thinking your opinion of women is greater than God's calling of women to His service.
And that is just sincere righteous advice. I expect no man that has issues with woman to be persuaded otherwise. When they challenge the Holy Spirit God, they'll not be led to change their beliefs by a mere woman. It is my sex that makes them opposed to listening in the first place. I'm suppose to stay silent in the church,, which is the body of faithful not a denominational constructed building, and not think to have authority over a man and accept that as what God, not actually the Saint Apostle Paul, said.
Take verses out of context, call God a bigot, Paul a liar, and put a woman in her place.
Come the judgment bigoted women and men .... Yikes. Woe unto those who create a god in their image and likeness and then charge that god holy, sovereign, and approving their beliefs pasted onto him.
Bigotry and sexism is a sin. Thinking God would never call a woman to serve him, when Jesus called women to service and Paul accepted them in preaching service in the name of the Good News, is a sin one imputes onto God and Paul.