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Sharon Hodde Miller

Sharon Hodde Miller

Sharon Hodde Miller is a writer, speaker, pastor's wife, and mom. She earned her M.Div. from Duke Divinity School, and recently completed her Ph.D. at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. She has written for numerous sites including Relevant, (in)courage, Propel, The Gospel Project, Gifted for Leadership, and Christianity Today magazine, in addition to her own blog, SheWorships.com. Sharon was also a contributor to the NIV Bible for Women (2015).

Sharon lives in the Raleigh/Durham area with her husband and two sons.

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The Curse of Our Shame

Humiliation leads to the Cross.

You May Be More Like ‘Other Women’ Than You Think

I discovered the flip side of being special: being alone.

Passion, Revisited: Remembering When I Was Radical for Christ

How can we stay ‘sold out’ for our faith?

When Complaining Tears Us Apart

Sociologists say voicing our frustrations brings us together. Scripture offers another way.

Pope Francis and Our Call to Evangelize the Cynics

Embracing the incremental work of our witness.

Proclaiming Freedom to the Pinners

When we boast in our weaknesses, we let go of impossible expectations. And invite others to do the same.

Sin Gone Viral

How Internet outrage hits deep.

The Dumbing-Down of Brave

Real courage is more than a cute catchphrase.

What Happens When We See Women Teach the Bible

A figure like Beth Moore shows evangelical women what’s possible.

The Benefits of Having Other People Raise Your Kids

Why doing it all alone isn’t the best (or most biblical) parenting strategy.

Have We Told You How Pretty You Look Today?

How our instinct to praise each others’ looks might fuel an image-obsessed culture.

Why Pastors Should Preach About Body Image

Our obsession with appearance has theological ramifications for both women and men.

Christian Comparison Isn't Pretty

Resisting the pressure to dress-up our lives for church friends.

My Kid Is Not My Calling

How we've mischaracterized the Christian "call."

Beyoncé Vs. the Bible

Was her sexy Grammy performance with Jay-Z actually good for marriage?

The Double-Edged Sword of Being a Female Bible Scholar

Wheaton's Lynn Cohick: ‘Don’t let people box you in’

Blame-Shifting Away Our Sin

Our culture’s repeated cry that “it's not our fault” minimizes our understanding of the Cross.

The Real Housewives of Duck Dynasty

Behind every strong redneck duck-hunter is a strong Christian woman.

The Joy of Instagram

Pausing our Internet cynicism to celebrate the little moments.

The Seminary Gender Gap

Why we should be concerned that women remain outnumbered in theological education.
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