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Too often, women are enculturated to set the table rather than sit at the table in their work. It’s time for that to change—time for women to take a seat at the table God is calling them to.
You’ll learn more about: 1) a critical look at the landscape of women in work; 2) a biblical reframing of women who “sit at the table”; 3) a series of experiments to take out into the world; 4) questions to guide your reflection along the way.
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Myths of Vocation
Myths of Vocation, Volumes 1-4
By Michaela O’Donnell Long, Paul Matsushima, and Jerome Blanco
Many of us carry around a set of dysfunctional beliefs about what work and calling are supposed to look like. These myths are often larger cultural narratives we find ourselves trapped within. And we are forced to confront these myths whenever our experiences fall out of sync with the myths of vocation.
She Is…Biblical Reflections on Vocation
Edited by Michaela O’Donnell Long
She Is…Biblical Reflections on Vocation is a workbook designed to help people engage questions of vocation through the stories of various biblical women. This collection of diverse perspectives shares the unique lens that each author sees these biblical women in.