Women & Work
Women & Work Events seek to connect with women in person to encourage them through biblical conversation and connect them with other women seeking to step into their God-given calling and see their work as meaningful to the Kingdom of God. This is accomplished through hosting panel discussions with like-minded leaders who align with our mission and values, and by connecting our team with women at our booths hosted at various events around the country.
What does it look like to have a peace that perseveres in the midst of chaos? How can we establish and maintain healthy rhythms that will equip us to minister to others during such difficult seasons?
On June 13 from 9:00am-11:45am, we will be hosting a Women’s Session in conjunction with the Southern Baptist Convention in Anaheim, California. We will hear from author and Bible teacher, Jen Wilkin on stories of female bravery throughout scripture. In addition, there will be two different panels where you hear from women in all seasons of ministry discuss what it looks like to abide in the midst of adversity and how to establish healthy rhythms that will build resiliency.
This session is free and open to women of all ages in all seasons. There will be opportunities to connect with other women from around the country to encourage and build one another up.
We hope you will join us!
Women & Work is thrilled to sponsor the breakout session A Theology of Work. Collin Hansen, Jeany Jun, Elissa Weichbrodt, and Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra will be leading a discussion on how your daily work—writing emails, attending staff meetings, cooking dinner— is honoring God. Join us as we explore how to see the beauty in (nearly) every task, how to steward your time and energy, and how to prioritize when your time is limited.
Our team will also be in the exhibit hall all weekend. Come and say hi!
The Women & Work team loved meeting with 170 of you face to face on Tuesday, June 11, 2019, at the Southern Baptist Convention in
We were thrilled that so many of you joined us in Dallas on June 12 for our first ever gathering at the annual meeting of