YOU DON'T NEED TO 'HAVE IT ALL.' Really, You Don't. Wonder Women is for every woman trying to maintain the perfect everything ... and still falling short. Having it all. Finding balance. Leaning in ... and trying to make sure there are clean clothes in the closet and groceries in the fridge. The cultural conversations occurring today engage the very real struggle of women trying to find their way between the questions of career, identity, motherhood, and more. But sometimes 'you can do anything you want' feels less like empowerment and more like pressure to do everything---and to do it all 'right.' Maybe it's time to start asking new questions. Maybe it's time to change the conversation altogether. Wonder Women is part of the FRAMES series - short yet meaningful reads on the top issues facing us in today's complex culture. A new kind of book brought to you by Barna Group, to help you read less, and know more. To sign up for updates about FRAMES, see videos, and learn more about these products, visit www.BarnaFrames.com.
|Contributor(s)||Barna Group , Kate Harris|
|About the Contributor(s)||Barna Group
Barna Group is a visionary research and resource company located in Ventura, California. Started in 1984, Barna Group seeks to provide people with credible knowledge and clear thinking, enabling them to navigate a complex and changing culture. During its nearly three decades of work, Barna Group has carefully and strategically tracked the role of faith in America, developing one of the nation’s most comprehensive databases on spiritual indicators.
Barna Group's work is relied upon by media, churches and educational institutions for insight into matters of faith and contemporary society. Its public opinion research is frequently quoted in major media outlets, such as USA Today, The Wall Street Journal, Fox News, Chicago Tribune, The New York Times, Dallas Morning News, and The Los Angeles Times.
Additionally, Barna Group has worked with thousands of non-profit organizations and churches across the country, including many Protestant and Catholic congregations, denominations, and faith leaders. Some of its notable clients have included the Salvation Army, World Vision, Compassion, the American Bible Society, and Habitat for Humanity. It has also served mainstream business and non-profit leaders at organizations like SONY, Walden Media, Easter Seals, CARE, the ONE Campaign, the Humane Society, the Gates Foundation and NBC Universal.
Kate Harris serves as executive director of The Washington Institute for Faith, Vocation, and Culture located just outside of Washington D.C. in Falls Church, Virginia. She is wife to a good man and mother of their three young children.
|Publish Date||Jan 7, 2014|
|Who It's For||Women|