One can understand both scriptures by understanding what sense Paul was speaking of :
Galatians 3:28~"There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither bond nor free, there is neither male nor female: for ye are all one in Christ Jesus." There is neither Jew nor Greek~
Of course we know that the church at the beginning had both Jews and Gentiles
based upon many scriptures, but the true sense in which Paul is speaking is that there is no difference between them, the middle wall of partition being broken down, and that, in the doctrine of justification and salvation~ it signified nothing whether a man was a Jew or a Greek; he was never the better for being a circumcised Jew, nor never the worse for being an uncircumcised Gentile; both by nature are equally sinners, and stand in need of the justifying righteousness of Christ, and the regenerating grace of the Spirit. The Gospel was equally preached to both, and was made useful to some of the one and of the other; and who, believing in Christ, had a right to the same ordinances and privileges of the Gospel, and shared in the same blessings of grace through Jesus' obedience/righteousness. There is neither bond nor free~
There were such persons in the world then, and now and in the churches too; We also know that the gospel does not
dissolve the civil and natural relations and obligations men are in and under to one another
, it confirms and secures them; but the sense is
, that God, in calling, justifying, and saving men, is no respecter of persons, as being high and low, rich and poor, bond or free, servants or masters: he calls, justifies, and saves men of every station and condition of life; and bond slaves and servants called by grace are Christ's free men, and have an equal right as those that are free to all the immunities of the Gospel
. The book of Philemon is an excellent book to read in considering this scriptures before us. there is neither male nor female~
Under the Jewish law there were different commandments for men than for women in some
laws. Among Jews the males only were concerned in many things both of a civil and religious nature; no female might be heir to an inheritance with a male; females had no share in the civil government, nor in the priesthood; males were to appear three times a year before the Lord, and, according to their oral law, women and servants were exempted; the mark of circumcision, the sign of the covenant made with Abraham and his natural seed, was only upon the males
; but now under the Gospel dispensation there is no distinction made between male and female as to divine things
; as they are alike called by the grace of God, they have the same right to Gospel ordinances, baptism and the Lord's supper, and to every spiritual blessing
. The apostle's design is to show the common right of believers, of every nation, condition, and sex, and to encourage the Gentiles, and demolish the pride, vanity, and boasting of the Jews, their men especially
, who valued themselves upon these "three" very things which the apostle here makes no account of; as that they were Israelites and not Gentiles, freemen and not servants, men and not women.
Of course, there are males and females in the churches of Christ/God and let the females know that she has a lord called her husband that she must obey and follow. A godly man will treat his wife as God's child and in the same manner that he would desire to be treated. Every Godly man will love his wife EVEN AS Christ loved the church, at least that should be his aim every day, may God forgive us, when we fall short, and we do often....well, every day to be truthful.