If someone strikes you, the bible says to "turn the other cheek". But that's not all the bible says. Amelia Schwarze explores the biblical advice we might have missed when it comes to domestic violence.
Denise Gitsham Jones
She had a strong work ethic, a successful career, and was going places. What could possibly go wrong?
Supportive friends can be one of the crucial things someone needs to escape an abusive situation. One woman shares four ways her friends helped her to find freedom.
A lack of confidence doesn’t have to be the end of your calling. Whatever your calling is, know that it’s given to you by God and don’t let your inner critic make you think otherwise.
Jennifer Michelle Greenberg
Jennifer Greenberg was abused by her church-going father. Yet she is still a Christian. Read how she has found an anchor in the midst of trauma.
Christians don’t have to grumble through life until it looks the way we want it to be. We get to be the example of what it truly means to be joy-filled and purpose-driven right now.
With so much sexual abuse in our world, finding and creating safe churches is more important than other. Mary deMuth shares four traits of a safe, trauma-informed church.
Dianna Nepstad shares her experience with A21’s Walk for Freedom, an annual event against modern-day slavery that reached over 70 million people in 50 countries last year alone.
What's so good about being a woman? Especially in a world where being a woman sometimes seems to be a disadvantage? Emma Pitman shares reflections on God's goodness in creating women.
Raising a daughter with Down syndrome has shown me the importance of shattering molds and making a space where everyone belongs.
Can you be a Christian and a feminist? And is Christianity good for women? Rebecca McLaughlin takes an honest look at these tricky questions.
Have you ever felt like a fraud? Aubrey Sampson shares how to fight your battles from a place of victory, not defeat.
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