Your Story Matters


By Mary DeMuth | Twitter @MaryDeMuth I recently spoke at a small sorority of older women about my journey toward publication. It’s a long story, full of bumps and bruises that began in my broken childhood and ended with the “nirvana” of published author. One of the stories I shared: enduring rape at the hands […]

Stuck: Waiting For The Light


[ TRIGGER WARNING: Descriptions of Verbal + Physical Abuse ] By M. A car passing through the intersection brought me back to the present. How long had I been waiting for the red arrow to turn green? The glowing numbers on the dashboard clock read 12:53a.m. He should be asleep by now. It’s probably safe to go home. […]

Stop The Silence, Start The Healing Initiative


Conversations tend to stop when this matter arises. People often fidget, or they change the subject. It’s really no wonder because we aren’t supposed to talk about it. None of us want to believe it happens because it’s not supposed to happen to Christians. It’s unthinkable—that Christians commit acts of abuse and violence. And, when our communities remain silent, […]

A Woman Who Loves: Viola Lutara

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“Although we live in different parts of the world, we all belong to the same God and the challenges that you face are the same ones that we face. It is only the definition that varies.” We are honored to introduce Viola Lutara to you today, a SheLovely after our own heart. As the Director […]

Some Mountains Don’t Move


  “We weren’t created to turn back when the road is steep or the air is thin. We weren’t created to be defeated by our circumstances. We were created to conquer.”  By Becky Johnson | Twitter: @bxmoldova I did squats for six months. I would set my alarm for 5:45am to run 5k and then straight […]