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Anchored Voices
3 Things that Keep Us From Making Room for the New

As a new year begins Beth Vice explores three challenges we must conquer if we want to find new habits in the new year.

Jennifer Camp
hear. write. speak: the path to writing poetry that is true

I am often surprised by words. The weight they carry, their dexterity–our emotions slung over their backs or painted on fingernails or tattooed on their skin.

Inside iBelieve
February Scripture Writing Guide (2020)

Scripture writing plans are incredibly simple, yet incredibly effective for helping us read, interpret and absorb the Word of God. Rather than simply letting our eyes pass over a verse and perhaps miss its full meaning, writing Scripture down helps us absorb each word and really think through what the passage before us is saying.

Each day in February you'll have the opportunity to write down a verse. We suggest using a journal where you can add any additional mediations or prayers that the verse brings to mind.

Click here to download the February Scripture Writing Guide!

Jennifer Camp
scampering about with “beginning” in poetry

When Justin invites me to listen, to pray, asking God for a new word for this year, my head nods. I hear my voice say yes. And then I ask for my heart to catch up.

Courtnaye Richard
Being Strong and Courageous

Have you ever felt so scared that you felt like you couldn't move or you didn't know if God would carry you through something in your life? If so, read on...

Anchored Voices
Breathing Faith

Chara Donahue writes a sonnet about the great adventure that comes when living a life of faith.

Anchored Voices
What is a Decade Worth?

Linda L. Kruschke reflects on the last decade with this beautiful poem.

Inside iBelieve
January Scripture Writing Guide (2020)

Scripture writing plans are incredibly simple, yet incredibly effective for helping us read, interpret and absorb the Word of God. Rather than simply letting our eyes pass over a verse and perhaps miss its full meaning, writing Scripture down helps us absorb each word and really think through what the passage before us is saying.

Each day in January you'll have the opportunity to write down a verse. We suggest using a journal where you can add any additional mediations or prayers that the verse brings to mind.

Click here to download the January Scripture Writing Guide!

Anchored Voices
The Time of Reflection: Between Christmas and the New Year

Sarah Clews reflects on the last year and where we go from here.

Jennifer Camp
awake to wonder – writing poetry helps us celebrate all that life brings

The rain pelts my hands grasping bike handles, soaks my feet inside my leather tennis shoes, freezes my shoulders bent over the handlebars. (I soon learn my raincoat is water-resistant and not waterproof. Oh, an important difference.)

Courtnaye Richard
Devotional Time Layout for 2020

If you're looking for a fresh new plan for 2020 as it relates to your devotional time, grab some ideas here...

Jennifer Camp
down the wondrous rabbit hole: when poetry makes the ordinary extraordinary

We cut down our Christmas tree in the pouring rain a week ago, the Sunday after Thanksgiving, the bookend adventure of a multi-day trip with extended family. Drove it home on top of our car without incident and abandoned it in the front yard for a few hours while we scrambled inside to help our son, a senior in high school, submit one more college application that was due in…oh, two hours.


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.