Roxanne Stone is Editor in Chief at Barna Group and the general editor of the FRAMES series. She has more than a decade of experience in publishing, serving as an editor at Christianity Today, Group Publishing, Q Ideas and This Is Our City, and as the editorial director for RELEVANT magazine and its sister publications Reject Apathy and Neue. She has edited books, magazines, web sites and curriculum; and is the author of dozens of articles, including an award-winning cover story on the relief efforts in Haiti following the 2010 earthquake. In addition, Roxanne curated and cohosted the first annual Q Women event.
She speaks, trains and consults in the areas of faith and culture, vocation, Millennials, social justice and church leadership.
Roxanne is available for training, speaking or consulting on any of these topics.
Sep 21, 2016 • London Mission Collective
Masterclass with David Kinnaman
Sep 22 - 28, 2016 • South Kensington, London
Jan 5, 2016 • Portland, OR
NW District LCMS | Leadership iTalk
Nov 13 - 14, 2015 • Orlando, FL
Lutheran Hour Ministries
Dec 9, 2015 • Phoenix, AZ
Christian Camp and Conference Association
Dec 2 - 4, 2015 • Pasadena, CA
Churches Engaging Young People, Fuller University
The cavalier attitude of most teens and young adults toward porn, coupled with accessibility through technology, is pushing pornography into a new era that is more social, interactive, dynamic and personal. Barna Editor in Chief, Roxanne Stone, reports on Porn 2.0 and the sexting crisis.
The pressure for women to do—and be—everything is high. And women are feeling it: only one-third of women are confident in their life choices, seven in 10 are stressed out. Women today—some more than others, certainly—have more choices available than ever before. But such choices come with risk and reward.
No matter the industry or the task, workers today want to be personally connected to and invested in the work. They want to know its social and environmental impact. They want to be part of creating a better work culture.
How do we continue to encourage vocational dreaming as we grow older?