Blogs


Lisa Appelo
Self-Care in Grief and Difficulty

Self-care in grief and difficulty is vital to help us process the intense emotions and stress that come in those seasons.

Jennifer Camp
there is more in the quiet

My phone vibrates on the table near my bed, and I grab it quickly and shut it off. It’s one of those misty California Bay Area mornings–gray blanket thrown gently across quiet sky. Everything feels quiet. I picture God tucking me in still, even as I stretch my arms, rising slowly out of bed.

Jennifer Camp
let it happen: the fruit of a new look at your sin

It can start with a simple yes. A willingness. A bend of the head. Or knee. It definitely starts with a melting. A softening. It starts with loosening the grip. A slow fall. A slipping into waves. A recognition that the depths are near but not discovered. An allowance of yes and yes and yes. Let it all happen. Let what needs to fold out–out of you–as you are folded open, be wide wide wide.

Inside iBelieve
November 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 November 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 November Scripture Writing Guide!

Anchored Voices
Waking to the Faithfulness of God

Kara Williams tells the story of the day the skies were red, but God's light met her in the darkness.

Anchored Voices
Finding God's Familiar Face in the Fire

Holly Hawes found herself learning about the faithfulness of God as she fled from the fires nearby.

Jennifer Camp
the Eve of being loved

I have the teenagers go downtown to grab a sandwich, and I sit in the house alone for a whole half hour, liberated of earbuds that I sometimes use to manage the bursts of cacophony when they’re here. I light a candle, the last bit of “Illinois,” a scent curiously determined by a company called “Homesick,” my bare feet up on the couch. I am set now.

Noelle Kirchner
New On-Demand Episode: 'Cuties,' COVID, and Tween Faith

Proverbs 31 Ministries' Lynn Cowell and Professional Counselor Michelle Nietert weigh in on vial tween issues.

Nylse Esahc
Trauma Can Be Transformative

Trauma can transform in unexpected ways

Courtnaye Richard
Run Your Race

Are you running your race in life well or struggling a bit? Read on...

Emily Massey
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Jennifer Camp
what happens when we ascribe to new labels, new rules: new life

We can be blind to what we’re attached to–the ideas and beliefs that direct our decisions. But I am realizing that God will use anything for his purposes. There are no limitations for him. Which means, what I have labeled as good or bad, better or worse, may not be the way God sees at all.

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.