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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 t 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. It's a new kind of book brought to you by Barna Group, to help you read less, and know more. 


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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 t 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. It's a new kind of book brought to you by Barna Group, to help you read less, and know more. 

30 review for Wonder Women, Paperback (Frames Series): Navigating the Challenges of Motherhood, Career, and Identity

  1. 4 out of 5

    Andi

    This small, but powerful book is the best I've seen on the subject of women, family, work, identity, and the whole wide scope of responsibilities and relationships which make up our vocation in the world. Kate helps us understand the complexities and dimensions of our lives, and how to navigate them faithfully. She explores the meaning of vocation, coherence, constraint, creation, community, and consent, rather than stopping at the simplistic and overused idea of "finding balance." Her writing i This small, but powerful book is the best I've seen on the subject of women, family, work, identity, and the whole wide scope of responsibilities and relationships which make up our vocation in the world. Kate helps us understand the complexities and dimensions of our lives, and how to navigate them faithfully. She explores the meaning of vocation, coherence, constraint, creation, community, and consent, rather than stopping at the simplistic and overused idea of "finding balance." Her writing is rich, hearty, and oh, so helpful. Recommended for men and women both, as these are "everyone" issues. Bonus--a wonderful afterword by Andy Crouch.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Evan

    Kate. Harris. Wins. Fantastic & brief walkthrough on how a vocation (emphatically that of a woman) is broader than an occupation and most certainly broader than a job. The illustrations, use of infographics, and sound writing clearly imprinted on my brain that limitations such as raising children & breastfeeding are the necessary boundaries to develop a true masterpiece.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Becky Johnson

    Refreshing, perspective grounded in research, experience and Biblical truths on how all of the different hats women wear can coexist. Absolutely loved the chapter by Andy Crouch. Encouraging and thought-provoking read for all women.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jess

    This was an interesting look at reframing the way women view themselves in the world. Rather than the constant push of do more, be more, it focused on looking at our lives holistically and trying to find and recognize what they call Coherence - the idea we can hold together the various, divergent aspects of our life comfortably under an umbrella, rather than dividing them into neat little pieces and trying to balance everything. It brings with the comfort that at times there are seasons but even This was an interesting look at reframing the way women view themselves in the world. Rather than the constant push of do more, be more, it focused on looking at our lives holistically and trying to find and recognize what they call Coherence - the idea we can hold together the various, divergent aspects of our life comfortably under an umbrella, rather than dividing them into neat little pieces and trying to balance everything. It brings with the comfort that at times there are seasons but even within seasons we are free to explore and imagine and take little (and sometimes) big steps to figure our path forward. All of this is of course, rooted in the idea that we are image bearers of God, and that as multi-faceted and multi-dimensional as He was, we are as well. It's full of relatable stories and is a relatively easy read.

  5. 5 out of 5

    RuthAnn

    Would recommend: Yes I feel like all of my reviews of the FRAMES Season 1: The Complete Collection are going to be the same: I loved the data! It’s really thought-provoking! So, let’s take that as a given. In this one, I was struck by the disconnect between women’s reported priorities and where they spend their time. It made me think about whether mine line up, too. I’m also mulling over the idea of coherence, that is, that my life and all its different parts should add up to a whole that makes s Would recommend: Yes I feel like all of my reviews of the FRAMES Season 1: The Complete Collection are going to be the same: I loved the data! It’s really thought-provoking! So, let’s take that as a given. In this one, I was struck by the disconnect between women’s reported priorities and where they spend their time. It made me think about whether mine line up, too. I’m also mulling over the idea of coherence, that is, that my life and all its different parts should add up to a whole that makes sense.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Debra Anderson

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    marylyn

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    Katie Delp

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    Hannah Gourley

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    Cameron Barham

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kelly Givens

  15. 5 out of 5

    Eric

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  18. 5 out of 5

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  19. 4 out of 5

    Mindy

  20. 5 out of 5

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  21. 5 out of 5

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  27. 5 out of 5

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    Amy Jones

  29. 4 out of 5

    Vedrana

  30. 4 out of 5

    Leslee

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