This fall, more than 200 Christian women met at the American Bible Society in central Manhattan to talk about calling. Hosted by Q Ideas, the one-day event drew women—most between the ages of 25 and 40—to discuss identity, ambition, and work-life balance. Shauna Niequist, one of the speakers and a well-known church leader in the Chicago suburbs, gave a talk titled “What My Mother Taught Me.” Niequist’s mom had spent almost all of her adult life being a pastor’s wife, mother, and homemak … [Read more...]
About Katelyn Beaty
Katelyn Beaty is managing editor of Christianity Today magazine, where she co-founded Her.meneutics in 2009. She has written for The Atlantic, Books & Culture, and Cultural Encounters journal, and tweets @KatelynBeaty.