Sweating for Sisterhood: Keep A Girl in School in Uganda

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Or: The Little Pot That Could (But Almost Didn’t) I’ve had this pot for a while now. Sitting atop my white IKEA table. Empty. For several months I stared at it, guiltily. And every day, it stared back at me, questioning. If it had eyebrows, I imagine one would have been raised, as if to […]

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 […]

Dream a Little (Dangerous) Dream

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“A dream fulfilled is a great feeling, but it is also daunting. You’re left asking yourself, ‘What do I do now?’” By Ashley Mandanici | Twitter: @ashleymandanici All Rapunzel ever wanted for eighteen years was to see the floating lights drift up into the sky on her birthday, but not just from her bedroom window… she wanted to […]

Use My Camera, Lord

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A simple four-word prayer changed my life. By Krista Jefferson | @KristaJefferson As a wedding photographer for many years, I longed for “more.” I still loved documenting love stories, but I felt called to use the photography skills God had blessed me with to make a difference. I had no idea how to do this. […]

What I’ve Learned About Dignity Through My Camera Lens

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“Like many things, I begin to understand dignity best when I notice it’s missing.” By Stephanie Motz Skinner | Twitter: @stephmotz Photography has taught me a lot about dignity. There is something powerful and manipulative about images–our lives are filled with them. When I first started photographing people, I began to understand that by composing […]