Overcoming Inequality_ Women at Work

Overcoming Inequality: Women at Work

PhD, Senior Director of the Max De Pree Center for Leadership

Overcoming Inequality: Women at Work

Too often, women are enculturated to “set the table” rather than “sit at the table” in their work. We believe it’s time for that to change—time for women to be at the table where God calls them to sit. This material, developed by Dr. Michaela O’Donnell Long, Dr. Mark D. Roberts, and Margaret Anderson-Sandoval, under the auspices of the De Pree center, tackles this issue by naming the battle of internal voices about sitting at the table, explaining how this problem has manifested in work through the course of American history, reframing a biblical understanding of woman as helper, and providing actions for the way forward.

Stories, exercises, and reflection questions are provided to guide you along the way.

Learning Module Content

What can I expect from this guided lesson?
FULLER Formation lessons include videos, writings, articles, questions and exercises so that you can immediately apply what you learn to your everyday life.

How can I use this in my group?
Each lesson has reflection questions and guides so that you can practice and discuss what you’re learning with your community.

Topics

Sign up now for free access through August 2020
Due to the extraordinary circumstances around COVID-19, until September 1, 2020 we are offering FULLER Formation for FREE to new users who would like to use our resources to grow in faith or serve their faith community. Create an account and gain immediate access to our 60+ FULLER Formation resources on topics such as discipleship, hope, and spiritual practices. No subscription required until September 1, 2020.

FULLER Formation includes:

  • Access to your library of guided lessons on multiple devices, wherever you are
  • 28 topics (and growing) related to Christian formation
  • New lessons released every month!

 

No credit card required to start free trial.

PhD, Senior Director of the Max De Pree Center for Leadership

Share this lesson