S1E4: “Beyond Leaning In” With Katelyn Beaty

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Dustin and Joanna talk about the unique implications that choices about work can have on women. The episode includes a previous talk from Katelyn Beaty, acquisitions editor with Brazos Press and a former speaker at “Beyond Leaning In.” Katelyn challenges our thinking about work, particularly for women, and offers some ways we can reconsider what “vocation” means.


You can find Katelyn on Twitter.

Joanna mentioned the examples from Scripture of men and women working together toward common goals. Read more in our four-part blog series.

Learn more about our women and vocation initiative, and join us at the next quarterly gathering of the Professional Women’s Network.

Katelyn recommended Every Good Endeavor, by Tim Keller and Katherine Leary Alsdorf.

Joanna mentioned a previous blog by Carolyn McCulley: “Do Women Suffer From An Ambition Gap?”

Recommended reading on women, work, and calling:

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