As 2023 comes to a close, we are thankful for the amazing women from all over the world who share their wisdom and encouragement through articles. Here are your top reader favorites for the year!
If it's the end of the world as you know it in your marriage, what does that mean for your faith? Amy Lively writes about painful endings, enduring truths, and new beginnings.
Being a Christian changes and grows us in many ways, including our quality of friendship. Read Amy Boucher Pye's story of how she became a better friend to others.
Politics can bring out the worst in us, even as believers. Denise Gitsham shares four powerful ways God is moving her from furious partisanship towards faithful prayer.
Want to optimize, improve, and succeed? There's one thing you need more than anything else, writes Faith Eury Cho: practice enjoying God's presence.
"This is why we can't have the nice things," we joke. But can Christians have nice things? Dr Tam Wai Jia offers helpful wisdom for thinking through stewardship, generosity, and blessing.
Starting new projects, relationships, or habits is great. But what do you do when it gets messy and hard, and you're not sure you can go on? Don't miss Christine Caine's powerful encouragement: You're not finished yet.
Want to see change in your workplace? Oyindamola Odunuga shares six practical ways transformation can—and must—start with us.
What if "be fruitful and multiply" could be true whether we have children or not? Read Courtney Moore's powerful article about how all of us - married, single, mothers and child-free - can leave an impact for generations.
Love beautiful clothes but don't love the fashion trade's reputation for sweatshops and exploitation? Sophia Russell shares her story of discovering (and delighting in) ethical fashion.
There is a way to reach beyond our immediate hurts and find something valuable—not just in spite of the situation—but in the situation. Gloria Stella shares four prayers to help us overcome offense.