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Help pioneer a generation of women who are redefining beauty.

Stop Eating in the Name of Health

By Kelsey Klepper Eating in the “name of health” looks the same yet different for everyone. Why is this? The majority of people have good food / bad food labels on what they are eating (thanks diet culture), but not everyone has the same food rules. For example, you...

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Shake Off Shame (Part 2)

By Kimberly Davidson My senior year was coming to a close. In our sorority, the junior class had a tradition of roasting the senior class with a “special gift.” I feared what toxic tribute waited for me. My gift was a box of laxatives. Mortified, my face turned...

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What Does it Look Like to Let Him?

By Alison Feinauer This weather has me so thrown off! One day it's hot. The next, it’s freezing cold. One day we have snow showers, and the next we’re wearing shorts and a t-shirt. I mean, come on! Lately, that's how I feel I've been with God. One day I feel super...

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The Problem with Photoshop

By Rhonda Stinson On the cover of almost every magazine is the image of a "perfectly shaped" individual. Usually there’s a topic on the cover about a fabulous diet which, if implemented, will result in the body on the magazine cover (NOT!) These images have been...

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Because You’re Worth It!

By Rae Lynn DeAngelis “As a prisoner of the Lord, then, I urge you to live a life worthy of the calling you have received” (Ephesians 4:1) Perhaps you’ve heard L'Oreal's advertising slogan, “Because You’re Worth It.” What a great marketing catchphrase, and what a...

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Come Out of Hiding

By Kelsey Klepper I used to feel like my life was a game of hide and don’t let anyone seek. I used to feel that if someone was seeking, my weaknesses and lack of having it all together would be exposed. I think a lot of us can relate to the fear of exposure in one or...

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Stop Eating in the Name of Health

By Kelsey Klepper Eating in the “name of health” looks the same yet different for everyone. Why is this? The majority of people have good food / bad food labels on what they are eating (thanks diet culture), but not everyone has the same food rules. For example, you...

read more

Shake Off Shame (Part 2)

By Kimberly Davidson My senior year was coming to a close. In our sorority, the junior class had a tradition of roasting the senior class with a “special gift.” I feared what toxic tribute waited for me. My gift was a box of laxatives. Mortified, my face turned...

read more

What Does it Look Like to Let Him?

By Alison Feinauer This weather has me so thrown off! One day it's hot. The next, it’s freezing cold. One day we have snow showers, and the next we’re wearing shorts and a t-shirt. I mean, come on! Lately, that's how I feel I've been with God. One day I feel super...

read more

The Problem with Photoshop

By Rhonda Stinson On the cover of almost every magazine is the image of a "perfectly shaped" individual. Usually there’s a topic on the cover about a fabulous diet which, if implemented, will result in the body on the magazine cover (NOT!) These images have been...

read more

Because You’re Worth It!

By Rae Lynn DeAngelis “As a prisoner of the Lord, then, I urge you to live a life worthy of the calling you have received” (Ephesians 4:1) Perhaps you’ve heard L'Oreal's advertising slogan, “Because You’re Worth It.” What a great marketing catchphrase, and what a...

read more

Come Out of Hiding

By Kelsey Klepper I used to feel like my life was a game of hide and don’t let anyone seek. I used to feel that if someone was seeking, my weaknesses and lack of having it all together would be exposed. I think a lot of us can relate to the fear of exposure in one or...

read more

Help pioneer a generation of women who are redefining beauty.