Post by Kendra  |  last updated October 11, 2021  |  0 Comments

Are you still struggling with past hurts and pain? In today’s post, Kendra Roehl of The Ruth Experience is sharing five steps to help you figure out how to let go of past hurts and pain and move foward with God’s help.    “I don’t know if I can move past this.” I nodded with [Continue Reading]

Post by Ellie  |  last updated September 21, 2021  |  0 Comments

One of my college roommates would never leave our apartment for the day without praying first. I have countless images in my mind of her kneeling next to her bed, Bible open, quietly praying to God before we’d head to class. I was a new Christian at the time, and I marveled at her spiritual [Continue Reading]

Post by Brittany Ann  |  last updated February 25, 2021  |  11 Comments

Have you ever noticed how easy it is to reach for your phone all day long, but when it comes to reaching for your Bible… you don’t seem to get around to it nearly so often? Sure, you say that reading your Bible is important. And you truly believe that it is. But it isn’t your [Continue Reading]

Post by Brittany Ann  |  last updated February 19, 2021  |  32 Comments

Looking for the best Christian podcasts for women? Whether you need help with your marriage, your parenting, or you simply want to be challenged and inspired, here are 10 top Christian podcasts for women of faith that are definitely worth a listen! Pop Quiz Time. When it comes to growing in faith, what would you [Continue Reading]

Post by Brittany Ann  |  last updated February 4, 2021  |  8 Comments

Do you constantly find yourself distracted during prayer and Bible study? If so, it’s not just you. In fact, when I was researching my book, Fall in Love with God’s Word: Practical Strategies for Busy Women, distractions were one of the TOP seven reasons why Christian women don’t read their Bibles as often as they’d [Continue Reading]

Post by Brittany Ann  |  last updated February 2, 2021  |  2 Comments

Do you ever struggle to read your Bible as consistently as you’d like? And when you do read your Bible, does it ever feel a bit dry or boring — like you’re just checking somethiing off your to-do list so you can move on with your day? The good news is: It’s not just you. [Continue Reading]