ENGAGE | Dinner: ‘A Woman's Place: A Christian vision for your calling' with Katelyn Beaty
Date: Tuesday 22 January, 6.15 – 8.15pm
Price: $45 (waged); $30 (unwaged). Includes a two-course meal.
Location: Registered Office Suite 103 Level 1 St Andrew’s House, 464-480 Kent Street, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia
Join us on Tuesday night during ADM’s School of Theology, Culture and Public Engagement for a special ENGAGE Dinner for Christian women with Katelyn Beaty. Enjoy a two-course meal, as Katelyn speaks to us about her recent book ‘A Woman's Place: A Christian Vision for Your Calling in the Office, the Home, and the World’. There will also be time for Q&A, so bring along your questions.
About our speaker: Katelyn Beaty loves words and believes they can change the world. She first learned this as an undergrad at Calvin College, where she worked on the student newspaper. After studying theology at Oxford University, she landed her first job copy editing Christianity Today magazine in the suburbs of Chicago. She went on to launch a women's website (Her.meneutics) and become the magazine's youngest and first female managing editor. She has written a book about work, vocation, and identity, which came out in 2016 from Simon & Schuster / Howard Books. She speaks regularly on faith and work, women's vocation, writing, and evangelicalism. She has written for The Washington Post, The Atlantic, and The New York Times and have commented on faith and culture for CNN, ABC, NPR, the Associated Press, Religion News Service, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, and McClatchy Newspapers. For more on Katelyn, see here.