Opinion | Discipleship
Racial Difference Without Division
The power of an ethnicity-honoring witness.
In this special issue, we've included articles that explore trends in women's discipleship, examine research on women and workplace leadership, highlight women who are making a
Reporting | Discipleship
The Sweatiest Bible Class in America
Revelation Wellness puts Scripture at the center of its group fitness program.
classes in person. Many of these products and programs specifically serve women, said Brad Bloom, the publisher of Faith & Fitness Magazine. “Faith and
Reporting | Discipleship
The Faith-Work Gap for Professional Women
From our special issue: How the faith group least likely to support working women can do better.
authentically lead as women. “Women lead differently than men, and oftentimes women's leadership is hidden in plain sight,” she says. “Can we accept that
Opinion | Family
I’m Not Called to Keep My Kids from Danger
I can’t keep my kids safe. But I can prepare them for a life of faithfulness.
I can't keep my kids safe. But I can prepare them for a life of faithfulness.
Reporting | Discipleship
5 Female Change Makers
Meet the nonprofit leaders featured in our special issue.
Yang has personally experienced the benefits of management that actively promotes women leaders. At World Relief, “there's been a value for women leadership,” she explained.
Opinion | Family
When Combat Trauma Tests a Marriage
PTSD impacts not just veterans but their spouses and children too. How can the church help military families heal?
mosques and the pandemonium that ensued or what it was like watching hysterical family members search for loved ones in piles of charred bodies that included women and children.
Reporting | Church
Women in China’s House Church Movement Face a Hidden Challenge
Chinese pastors’ wives struggle with something more personal than political oppression.
Women in China's House Church Movement Face a Hidden Challenge. Most of the women didn't know each other, nonetheless, they shared their common burdens with one another:
excerpt | Discipleship
God’s Ministry of Disappointment
In pain and confusion, I’m finding that God is, indeed, close to the brokenhearted.
of Jesus we could not only find love and peace, but also Benzes, McMansions, future husbands (also known as Boaz), future wives (also known as Proverbs 31 women), land, larger
Opinion | Family
Never on Pause
In seasons of unpaid work or at-home care, your calling is still significant.
In this special issue, we've included articles that explore trends in women's discipleship, examine research on women and workplace leadership, highlight women who are making a
Opinion | Church
6 Ways Martin Luther Led Me to My Own Personal Reformation
As a young Catholic, learning about the Protestant Reformation dramatically changed my faith.
As a young Catholic, learning about the Protestant Reformation dramatically changed my faith.
interview | Discipleship
Between Two Cultures: How Latina Christians Approach Leadership
Yvette Santana pilots a new project to coalesce Hispanic women.
evangelicals are women, new ministries have emerged that are solely focused on equipping these bicultural women. The National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference (NHCLC
Opinion | Sexuality
The Unsettling Truth Behind the #MeToo Movement
Creating a safer world for women means talking about our vulnerability.
Movement. Creating a safer world for women means talking about our vulnerability. vulnerability. Female vulnerability is not something women like to talk about much.
Opinion | Family
When I Lost a Daughter, My Children Lost a Sister
Helping kids heal after sibling loss.
Helping kids heal after sibling loss.
Opinion | Church
With Rising Teen Suicides, the Church Cannot Afford Mixed Messages on Mental Health
How ministries can play a role in getting youth the support they need.
How ministries can play a role in getting youth the support they need.
Opinion | Discipleship
Why I Continue to Call God ‘Father’
I’m sympathetic to the arguments for female pronouns. But the linguistic alternatives leave behind a profound truth.
casually. Nor is the broader argument that Christianity historically has over-identified God with masculinity and marginalized women's voices. These
Opinion | Discipleship
The California Fires Are Purifying My Priorities
The threat of disaster forces me to reckon with salvation—mine and others.
The threat of disaster forces me to reckon with salvation—mine and others.
Opinion | Church
God Made Our Brains to Need Others
Both science and Scripture invite us to share our suffering.
Katie Jo Ramsey is a therapist and writer in Colorado. She has previously written for CT Women about navigating Christian community while living with an invisible illness.
Opinion | Discipleship
Why Female Theologians Take Flak in the Public Square
The potential rewards of celebrity culture are many, but so are the risks.
and tracts. For women who do theology via blogging in the public sphere, celebrity authority offers enticing rewards and extraordinary risks. There are
Opinion | Discipleship
Confessions of a Christian Prepper
My hope shouldn’t lie in survival skills and stockpiles.
My hope shouldn't lie in survival skills and stockpiles.
interview | Discipleship
Q&A: Ministering to Gang Members Is God’s Work
Why a juvenile justice advocate builds relationships with Chicago’s most vulnerable young men.
What's up with you? What are you doing here?” But I feel like these guys see women as offering compassion and a safe place where they can explore their emotions and feelings.