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Author: Anna ArnoldAnna Arnold currently serves as Publications and Office Manager at the Institute for Faith, Work & Economics and assists with the IFWE blog. She has 15 years of experience as an editor and writer. Anna completed undergraduate work at Dickinson College, double-majoring in French and International Studies. She earned a teaching certificate from Northwest Florida State College and has taught and tutored French and creative writing.

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Do Moms Matter in God’s Economy?

By: Anna Arnold

7 minute read

When I was a mostly-stay-at-home mom, I really questioned my value to the machinery of our economy. What was I…

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Biblical Womanhood Deconstructed

By: Anna Arnold

6 minute read

Many women are a bit intimidated by the person they see in Proverbs 31:10-31: the wife, or woman, of noble…

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When I was a mostly-stay-at-home mom, I really questioned my value to the machinery of our economy. What was I…

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At their core, people are all basically the same. Whether we’re believers in Christ or not, we are all God’s…

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Do you wonder what you’re accomplishing when you have to cajole and cheerlead your kids through their homework each night?…

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Is Homemaking Part of God’s Economy?

By: Anna Arnold

7 minute read

When I was a mostly-stay-at-home mom, I really questioned my value to the machinery of our economy. What was I…

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At IFWE, we talk a lot about the role of the church in caring for the poor (Love Your Neighbor)…

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