Tag: women

Called Together Part 4: Pursuing Redemptive Relationships

Reprinted from Denver Institute for Faith & Work. For previous posts in the series, go here. At Denver Institute for Faith & Work, we believe in a big gospel–the idea that Christ’s death and resurrection restores not only individual lives but every corner of creation from the ravages of sin (Colossians 1:19.) What might this “big” gospel mean for our…

Called Together: A Biblical Perspective on Gender Roles in the Workplace (Part 3)

By Joanna Meyer; reprinted from Denver Institute for Faith and Work. DIFW Editor’s note: Through this series of articles, we’ve explored the challenges men and women face as they labor together. In this installment, Joanna invites Christian men to consider the critical role they play in helping women thrive at work. Be sure to read part 1 and part 2 of the series. Men…

Called Together: A Biblical Perspective on Gender Roles in the Workplace (Part 2)

By Joanna Meyer. Read Part 1 here. “To be honest, I don’t know any women like me…” It’s a lament I hear often when I ask career-minded Christian women to introduce me to faithful women in their network. This feeling of isolation isn’t limited to professional women — ask any stay-at-home mom how lonely her days can be and you’ll…

“She Is”: New Curriculum on Vocation

By Paul Matsushima “She Is…Biblical Reflections on Vocation” is a workbook designed to help people engage questions of vocation through the stories of various biblical women. Each of these women – Lydia, Esther, the Proverbs 31 Woman, Mary, Abigail, and Ruth – demonstrates a faithfulness to God, as God calls them in particular and encouraging ways. This workbook contains a collection of…

Called Together: A Biblical Perspective on Gender Roles in the Workplace (Part 1)

By Joanna Meyer One of the highlights of Denver Institute’s event calendar is our annual business leaders’ event “Business for the Common Good.” This year’s gathering was no exception as entrepreneurs and executives from across the country joined us to consider how God could work through the gifts and influence of His people. Guests packed the Studio Loft at Ellie…

The Faith-Work Gap for Professional Women

Things you need to do soon: Read Katelyn Beaty’s excellent article, “The Faith-Work Gap for Professional Women,” at Christianity Today.  She references a new Barna survey which notes “that evangelicals—while generally supportive of working women—were the group least likely to support them compared with all Americans,” and she outlines several possible reasons why. Sign up for a free digital copy of “Change…