Dear Rachel, You Named Us Women of Valor

Rachel Held Evans named us.  In 2012, when The Year Of Biblical Womanhood was published, there was one particular gift in there that still echoes in my heart. Rachel Held Evans had found a blessing—not just for Jewish women on a Friday night, but for all women. She found an olam—an ancient way—built into Hebrew […]

I Stand as a Witness to Freedom

I stand as a witness to Freedom. So, if the road there right now feels long, take heart, my friend. If the road feels difficult, do not give up. Freedom is not just for some; it is for everyone. It is for freedom that Christ has set all of us free. It is not a […]

SHE CARRIES CHANGE: Backpacks and Shoes for Students in Bubanza

UPDATE on Monday, Feb 18: 352 Backpack + Shoes Sets Have Been sponsored already. Thank you!!!! Let’s get to 600!  #together #shecarrieschange [ RESOURCES ADDED AT BOTTOM OF POST FOR USE ON SOCIAL MEDIA.]  Next week is Valentine’s Day. We love Love over here, and not just the romantic kind. We believe in Love to […]

SheLoves 2018: Reflecting on the Year of Power

In the summer, Scott and I carried a couch out of a two-storey home to the U-haul truck we’d rented. It was a sectional that came in three pieces and I honestly hadn’t thought of bringing help along. I figured we could easily do it. It turned out, one piece of this sectional was eight […]

Making Room for Glory

I keep thinking that the container matters when it comes to God’s glory. But it doesn’t. A poor, unwed Jewish girl was not a container that would have been chosen for glory. And yet she was. A place for animals would not have been a container chosen for the birth of the Glory One, and […]