Ep 6, Women, work, and calling | City Bible Forum

Ep 6, Women, work, and calling

Unique issues facing Christian women at work
Mon 4 Mar 2024



The working landscape has changed dramatically in recent years with the rise in working from home in the wake of COVID to the technological advances of AI and its impact. But long before these recent changes, the industrial revolution of the 1700s had an impact upon the relationship between work and home, which is still with us today. Known as the Golden Age of Domesticity. Women increasingly found themselves taking the role of maintaining the home while men went out to the factories. In the past few decades many changes have taken place leading to more women in paid employment outside of the home.

However, many Christian women often lament feeling ill-equipped to know what does it mean to be a follower of Jesus if this is the context for their work.

They hear teaching about how to follow Jesus in the home, but around the boardroom table, well that can be harder to come by. Enter Joanna Meyer, whose passion is to inspire, empower, and equip Christian women for influence in public life. And so to talk more about how she does this and the unique issues facing Christian women at work

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