Duality of Church and Work

Are women in the work force there out of necessity or out of choice or calling? Unpacking the view points of the woman's place in work and church, LoriAnn Biggers talks to us about her journey of understanding her calling in the work force as a contribution to serving the church. Can the duality of a woman's workplace ministry and church ministry coexist? 

LoriAnn Biggers is the President of Field Operations and CMO for the Navigators Group.  She lives in Dallas, TX with her husband.

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Anita Marie December 1, 2015 at 3:51am

This video came just in time; I'm at a point where I'm torn between this very thought, is my career out of necessity or part of the path that God would have for me? I'm realizing this is a season of my life and it's where God would have me and until he steers me differently, I'll will give 100% to serving him right where I'm at. Thank you for the confirmation.

Danielle M November 29, 2015 at 2:28am

I loved your statement "the marketplace is the next mission field." I completely agree and actively see God moving in people's hearts through my relationships at work. People are hungry for reality, truth, and peace. God has allowed me to encounter so many people and engage in deep conversations about Him through my workplace. Thank you for addressing this topic because we are called to be where the Father is working and the marketplace is ripe for harvest.

Jeanette Baylor-Nard November 29, 2015 at 1:59am

I think the biggest takeaway from this is the reality that our marketplace, our business, our place of employment is our mission field. And with that mission field, honor what God has placed in your hands.. That's a beautiful and relevant topic. I'm propelling