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Highlighted Resources & Experiences
Road Ahead Cohorts
The Road Ahead is a six-week group experience that helps you get unstuck and discern next steps on your road ahead.
She Is… Biblical Reflections on Vocation
Study Guide written by Various Authors
This study guide is designed to help people engage questions of vocation through the stories of various biblical women.
Women Leaders are Meeting this Moment
Article by Michaela O’Donnell
From checking in on people who work for them to starting new initiatives that contribute to the health of organizations, women are taking on more. Perhaps we’re stepping up? Or perhaps we’re getting piled on.
Women Can Have It All, Just Not All at the Same Time
Article by Kara Martin
So, how can we have it all? Scripture shows us that it is not so much what we accomplish, but who we are becoming in the process that matters most. And we do not need to have it all at once, there are seasons for all the work—paid and unpaid—which we might do.
Women and Men Leading Together: A Biblical Study
Article written by Mark. D. Roberts
Work, including the work of leadership, is to be shared among men and women. We will do better work in better ways when we live, work, play, rest, and lead according to God’s intentions for us. In this article, Mark Roberts discusses what Scripture says about the partnership between women and men.
Finding God: Hope is a Habit that Grows in the Dark
A 10-Week Devotional Guide by Inés Velásquez-McBryde
I have never heard of a hope-filled person who did not have a story of hardship. Hope grew in the hardship. Our prayer is that this devotional guide would plant fruit-bearing seeds and water pre-existing seeds in your own life.
When Doing Less is More
An Article by Abby Hoard based on Luke 10:38-42.
When we are working in our giftings, we are in the best position to do good work and bring glory to God, no matter the industry or type of work. But in order to do good work, we must learn from Martha and heed the call of Jesus.
Make Work Matter
Book by Michaela O’Donnell
Price: Starting at $11.99
Make Work Matter provides a blueprint for a better future. Filled with stories and insights from faithful entrepreneurs and built on solid research, this book will help you close the gap between what you’re doing now and the meaningful work you desire to accomplish.
Women as Witnesses to the Resurrection: A Striking Implication
Devotion by Mark Roberts based on Luke 24:9-12.
“Then they remembered his words, and returning from the tomb, they told all this to the eleven and to all the rest. Now it was Mary Magdalene, Joanna, Mary the mother of James, and the other women with them who told this to the apostles.”
We’re Not Having a Work Crisis; We’re Facing An Identity Crisis
Article by Denise Lee Yohn
The Great Resignation must become the great realization—people need to realize that work cannot fulfill all their desires, or meet all the expectations that we have been conditioned to think it should.
What is God Birthing in You?
Article by Michaela O’Donnell Long
What if the pain of 2020 and the promise of Jesus orients us for what’s next in our own lives and in our work together in the coming year?
Am I a Leader?
Article by Meryl Herr
“Am I a leader?” Does that question ever cross your mind? I used to think I was a leader, but now I’m less certain.