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.
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.
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.
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.
Can you be a Christian and a feminist? And is Christianity good for women? Rebecca McLaughlin takes an honest look at these tricky questions.
Can Christian women be strong? Is there such a thing as being too strong? Kat Armstrong has a powerful word of encouragement for women who worry they are too much to handle.
You deserve to be here, and it is okay for you to take up space. Melanie Dale shares wisdom for moments when we feel intimidated and small, with people or with God.
Was a wedding really worth it? Or should you just elope? Bronwyn Lea shares three insights that helped her decide.
Rev. Dr. Candace Lewis
Don’t spend one more day letting your past hurts lead the way. Instead, pray for the courage to face your past so that God can radically transform your future!
Dorothy Littell Greco
Ever kept a letter or card for years because it meant so much? Dorothy Greco shares how we can grow to be life-changing encouragers with simple acts, like writing a note.
Dr. Kate Harrison Brennan
Choosing to Celebrate (even though life is filled with tears) takes courage. Kate Harrison Brennan shares why throwing parties might be one of our most urgent biblical and prophetic tasks.
Jessie Cruickshank keeps a list of her three greatest failures by her desk. Read why these are gifts of grace to her.
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