Blogs


Jennifer Maggio
To the Working Mom

Moms, sometimes, we battle guilt for those of us who have to work outside the home. Here's why you shouldn't.

Jennifer Kostick
There is Promise in Pain (Week Eleven)

I believe it is perfectly okay to ask God questions, as long as we don’t stay in that place expecting to receive and understand all the answers.

#questions #Bible Study #grief
Jennifer Camp
THE BEAUTY OF MORE TO BE: AN INTERVIEW WITH ELISA PULLIAM

She’s the wise, indefatigable friend you wished lived right next door. The friend who loves God.

Courtnaye Richard
Getting a Handle On Anger

We all struggle a tad bit in this area at time or another. Yet, there are ways to control this God-given emotion. Read more...

Jolene Underwood
How to Stop the Never Ending Game of Approval

The approval way of living becomes a crushing weight of dying. Thankfully, with Christ, death precedes life. There is hope.

#faith, encouragement, healing, fears #insecurity #rejection
Jennifer Kostick
There is Promise in Pain (Week Ten)

Even before the cross, Job knew his Redeemer lived!

#Bible Study #grief #pain
Christina Patterson
Trusting God With the Desires of Your Heart

The key to managing our desire is not to simply seek what we want but to seek God and to delight ourselves in Him.

Christina Patterson
God's Promise For a Broken Heart

No matter what you may be going through, you are never alone.

Courtnaye Richard
In a Battle?

Get through whatever it is you're facing today, and be encouraged. Read more...

Jennifer Maggio
To the Single Mom Battling Loneliness

We can all fall prey to loneliness, but as a single mom, it can be especially hard.

Inside iBelieve
September Scripture Writing Guide

Our daily Scripture writing plan to walk you through the month of September.

Jennifer Kostick
There is Promise in Pain (Week Nine)

We don't have to see hope to own it!

#hope #Bible Study #grief

About Blogs

It seems that Christian women today are facing a set of challenges unique to their generation. With an emphasis on personal experiences, our goal is to create a team of writers and bloggers looking to share how they have seen the struggles and triumphs of life through the lens of the Christian faith. We hope to create a place where our audience can feel uplifted by authentic examination of what it means to be a Christian woman in today's culture.