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Wonder Women

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There is a new reality for mothers in the 21st century. As little girls, they were given dolls and toy kitchens alongside a plastic doctor's bag and a coloring book of potential careers. The message: Career matters as much as motherhood. You can be anything you want. But what was meant as a message of empowerment has become, for many women, a pressure cooker. In this ebook, we will explore your deep questions as you strive to be a wonder woman in every facet of life.
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There is a new reality for mothers in the 21st century-it's a different world with different goals than it was even a generation ago. As little girls, today's moms didn't grow up with ONLY dolls and toy kitchens and princesses and visions of idyllic domesticity and motherhood behind a white picket fence: they were given these but also a little plastic doctor's bag and a coloring book full of potential careers to choose from. "You can be anything you want, child." It's a message of empowerment and it's beautiful. But, as many of those young girls grew up, a message that was once meant to convey opportunity has begun to feel like a pressure cooker. What once was "You can have it all" has now become "You need to have it all." You need to have the perfect job, the perfect husband, the perfect house, the perfect kids, the perfect play dates and craft nights and date nights and DIY Pinterest projects and #nofilter Instagrams.

What does it mean to be a mom in a world like that? Where does vocation fit into all this? What does a holistic idea of self fit in? Many women struggle with the decision to work inside the home or outside the home. How can you maintain a sense of self and motherhood in both decisions?

The reality is we can't really have it all - sometimes we will have to make choices. This Barna Frame explores the value and beauty in those constraints. Join Kate Harris, wife, mother, and the executive director of The Washington Institute for Faith, Vocation, and Culture, as she unpacks the identity questions, the economic realities, and the role of the church in your life as you feel compelled to be wonder woman.

Contributor(s) Barna Group , Kate Harris
UPC 025986433406
ISBN-13 9780310433408
Publish Date Jan 7, 2014
Publisher Zondervan
Price $4.99
Format eBook
Language English

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