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We have been curating a collection of resources, events, and other offerings for women on a mission, those who are charting their own course. You can learn more below.
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Resources for women who are on a mission and charting their own course.
Products & Experiences
Women Professional Cohorts
Product Type: Cohort
This cohort is meant for women professionals: those who seek wholeness between their everyday lives, their careers, and their callings.
1 on 1 Coaching
Price: $400 for 4-sessions
Gain professional mentorship, develop your skills, grow in discernment around next steps, and kickstart your ideas all alongside a professional coach.
Overcoming Inequality–Women at Work
Online Course by Michaela O’Donnell Long
It’s time for women to be at the table where God calls them to sit.
She Is: Biblical Reflections on Vocation
A Workbook edited by Michaela O’Donnell Long
This workbook is designed to help people engage questions of vocation through the stories of various biblical women.
A Seat at the Table
A Workbook by Michaela O’Donnell Long
Too often, women are enculturated to “set the table” rather than “sit at the table” in their work. We believe it’s time for women to be at the table where God calls them to sit.
Ruth the Faithful: A Survival Story
Article by Meggie Anderson
The Church’s collective stories are filled with migration or movement for the sake of survival. We see God’s faithfulness prevail through these human acts of perseverance.
Below the Glass Ceiling
Article by Tiffany Castro-Tremblay
Feeling invisible in the workplace because you are a woman is painful. It can make you feel isolated and in doubt about your abilities. Yet God never forgets us, and he always sees us.
Women & Men Leading Together
Article by Mark D. Roberts
Christians have the extraordinary opportunity and obligation to embody shared labor and leadership between women and men in our workplaces, churches, and families.
Overcoming the Challenges of Working Women
Devotion by Theology of Work Project
What biblical wisdom can women draw from to meet today’s workplace challenges?
Are Women and their Work overlooked in our congregations?
Article by Made to Flourish
Since more than half of our congregations are women, how are we pastors supporting them and their work?