We have a heart for women living mission in the world.

We provide resources that equip and encourage Christians to be bold in faith, bold in work, and bold in life.

Our name, The SundayMonday, comes from our conviction that our faith and work lives are not mutually exclusive.

We are missionaries in the workforce, and our careers educate and enrich our experience of faith.

 

Who we are on Sunday and who we are on Monday both can and should be the fullest expression of who God created us to be.

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Hope in the midst of Suffering

Hope in the midst of Suffering

The modern world doesn’t know how to suffer.  I say that being someone who is learning how to suffer better in a time where it’s really tough to do anything but. We lose people, things, jobs, relationships, and so on and so forth and it’s almost like our brain is...

January Liturgical Living

January Liturgical Living

        Welcome to our monthly installment of Liturgical Living! It can be so easy to only focus on Advent and Christmas, Lent and Easter. As we move into Ordinary Time, let’s not forget all the beautiful celebrations and reminders of our faith...

The “Work” of the Year

The “Work” of the Year

Sophocles once said: “Without labor, nothing prospers” and this year (more than most) has proven that sentiment to be true. While most years there is some form of “labor”, I didn’t realize that my “labor” would come in every possible form it could: internal,...

From Sleepless to Snoozin’

From Sleepless to Snoozin’

When I first moved to DC, I struggled with insomnia like never before.   I would lay in bed for hours, tossing and turning and getting even more stressed out when I thought about how many hours of sleep I was losing. I felt like I tried everything – I cut out...

Gift Guide 2020

Gift Guide 2020

I love it when I’m visiting a new city, I stop into a cute little boutique and I see a perfect gift that reminds me of a friend or a family member. When I find that perfect gift, I snatch it right up! Seriously, I will hold on to a good gift for MONTHS if I find...

Coffee, Cardio, Community, & Christ

Coffee, Cardio, Community, & Christ

I am a public health professional, and let me tell you, the phrase “self-care” is one of my absolute favorites - especially during this crazy COVID season! When you look up self-care on Google, the first definition that pops up is, “....any necessary human regulatory...

On the Twelfth Day of COVID

On the Twelfth Day of COVID

It’s been one week since I received my positive Covid test results. Just when I thought I had squeaked through 2020 unscathed…    But ‘tis the season (or rather, the year) for suffering and if you’re following along with Jane’s Advent retreat, you’re already...

An Extrovert’s Guide to Finding Community

An Extrovert’s Guide to Finding Community

In the aftermath of a cannonball shattering his leg in battle, St. Ignatius of Loyola was lying in bed and wondering if he would ever walk again. Was his lifelong dream to lead an army into battle gone forever?    While lying in bed, St. Ignatius was brought two...

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