The Top 10 Most Popular Articles of 2015

Our readers and writers pick the best of TCW.
The Top 10 Most Popular Articles of 2015

Today’s Christian Woman is committed to publishing content that will help you grow in your knowledge and love for God and those around you. Our goal is also to equip and empower you to live the unique life our Lord and Savior is calling you to, through the power of the Holy Spirit. This year was no exception. Below you’ll see the top 10 most popular posts from 2015, along with the top picks from our writers and staff. We hope you enjoy!

Our Most Popular Articles of 2015

1. “What Not to Say to Single Women in the Church” by Lisa Anderson

2. “Raising Jesus Kids” by Jen Hatmaker

3. “What Divorce Taught Me About True Love” by Lori Emery

4. “How Predators Groom Our Children” by Joy Beth Smith

5. “Your Husband Can’t Make You Happy” by Sheila Wray Gregoire

6. “How to Prioritize Your Husband” by Hannah Nitz

7. “Why Are Women Leaving the Church?” by Roxanne Stone

8. “Depression: The Church’s Best Kept Secret” by Corrie Cutrer

9. “4 Myths That Are Getting in the Way of Your Calling” by Diane Paddison

10. “Listening for God’s Holy Whisper” by Sherry Surratt

Top 2015 Picks from Our Writers and Staff

Are We Too Quick to Cry ‘Bully’?” by Helen Coronato

“As a mother of three boys who have much experience with impromptu basketball and football games in the neighborhood, I agree wholeheartedly with this article. Helen says, ‘If we continue to protect our children from learning how to navigate a minor playground skirmish, how in the world can we expect them to handle criticism in the classroom, and later, in the boardroom?’ Being bullied and feeling uncomfortable are not the same thing, and it is to our kids’ detriment if we intercede at the onset of every skirmish.” —Kim Harms

The Beautiful Truth about Being a Burden” by Joni Eareckson Tada

“Joni’s pushback against the rugged individualism we value as Americans (and as the church) is convicting. Though her own life demands dependence, her emphasis on a love that bears one another’s burdens acts as the perfect complement to the daily weight of her own disability.” —Joy Beth Smith

Boy Moms: 5 Tips for Communicating with Your Son” by Kim Harms

“I was raised with all sisters, so the idea of parenting boys someday has always felt a little overwhelming! Kim Harms highlights accessible ideas for moms who want to grow closer to their sons. Stepping outside of your own interests to do ‘boy things’ with your sons was such a refreshing, sweet way to think about it.” —Ashley Grace Emmert

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