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Stand in Confidence

by Amanda Pittman

Take Back Your Joy

By Nicole Jacobsmeyer

Follow God’s Will

By Brittany Ann

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Walking humbly when we’ve been hurt and angered by someone can be difficult. But as daughters of the most-high God, we can choose the right response by stepping away from the pain to embrace the power of humility and accomplish greater things.

Walking Humbly

It’s difficult to walk humbly when we’ve been hurt and angered by someone. There are times in our lives when words and behaviors of others

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Walking the path toward leadership begins with choosing to do so. And sometimes, that one choice blazes the trail for a legacy.

Leadership to Legacy

Reflections of the late Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The call to courageous moments begins with a choice. Whether you consider yourself a leader

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Trying Harder Is a Lie

As women today, we face a barrage of false narratives and unrealistic expectations. Too many of us are anxious, overwhelmed, and exhausted trying to keep up. We know this is not the abundant life Jesus promised.

Stand Strong in the Truth

Scripture never tells us that abundant life will be trouble-free—just the opposite. It shows us, through women like Esther, what it looks like to stand strong in the truth of who God made us to be.

Stand in Confidence

by Amanda Pittman​
In Stand in Confidence, Amanda Pittman, founder of Confident Woman Co., reminds us that Jesus didn’t die for us to live so-so lives. He died so we could step boldly into our God-given callings and live out who God created us to be.

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“For if you keep silent at this time, relief and deliverance will rise for the Jews from another place, but you and your father’s house will perish. And who knows whether you have not come to the kingdom for such a time as this?”

– Esther 4:14 (ESV)