By: Cindy Chang Mahlberg, originally posted at the Center for Faith & Work. A decade ago, The New York Times Magazine coined the idea of The Opt-Out Revolution to describe the phenomenon of highly-educated career women who opted-out of the workforce to focus on raising their children. Last week, the magazine published another feature story entitled The Opt-Out Generation … Read More
By: Kyle Werner, originally posted at the Center for Faith and Work. What is it that makes food, or the lack of food, so powerful? Why do we become so worn out, cranky, and exhausted when we need food, and then feel so uplifted and restored when we eat a great meal? Certainly we are designed … Read More
Originally posted at the Center for Faith and Work. My primary work is as a mother. I have several advanced degrees and I spend hours sitting on the floor, wiping runny noses, or standing in the kitchen, washing dishes. Many days, it seems like everything that I do backfires. It is easy to feel like … Read More
By Yuna Youn, originally posted at the Center for Faith and Work. If there is a retreat that could challenge notions of what a retreat should be, it would be the Center for Faith and Work’s “Work and Rest Retreat.” Instead of an exotic travel destination, spa, or wellness center that typically serves the role … Read More
By Bethany Jenkins, originally posted at the Center for Faith & Work. Esther Larson is a part-time, self-employed florist (www.essiesflowers.com) and senior manager of affiliate development for Hope for New York. She is also a former Gotham Fellow through the Center for Faith & Work. How did you become interested in arranging flowers? I’ve been working with nonprofit, anti-poverty organizations … Read More
Scott Sunquist on a Rule of Life, originally posted on Fuller Vocation & Formation, on Vimeo.
Navigating the Challenges of Career, Motherhood and Identity from Denver Institute on Vimeo.