Why Mercy is a Verb

Your weekly roundup :: May 16 – 20

As you head into your weekend, here are a few articles from the past week we thought you might enjoy.

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Let Self-Doubt Be a Reminder to Lean Deeper Into God

Emma Sharma, Founder and Principal of Swallowtail Group, shares from the heart about times when her faith outweighed her doubts and she was able to push through the “self-doubt talk” in her head to run towards God’s perfect plan for her.

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Listen to Part 1 of Maria Tapias‘ story of coming to America and wrestling over what a genuine relationship with God should be like.

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Why Many Women of Color Don’t Want to Return to the Office

Joan C. Williams, Olivia Andrews, and Mikayla Boginsky with Harvard Business Review shares a recent study of women of color who work in the tech industry that offers insight into why many don’t want to return to the office.

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Seven Quotes About the Work of Mothers

Jacqueline Isaacs with the Institute for Faith, Work & Economics shares quotes to inspire and help you remember the mothers in your life, the mothers at your work, and the women in your community who long to be mothers.

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Mercy Is a Verb

Johnathan Dodson with Relevant Magazine explains three types of mercy we should all be implementing.

Listen to the latest Mentoring Monday show featuring an open conversation with Emma Sharma about mental health

Emma Sharma, founder of Swallowtail Group and 4word Board member, speaks openly about her own unique journey with mental health.

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