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  • Loving Like JesusSubscriber Access Only
    A report card on what I’ve learned
    Loving Like Jesus. A report card on what I've learned. Bob Goff, with Natalie Lederhouse. Loving Like Jesus. Image: KEVIN CARDEN / LIGHTSTOCK. I've
  • Unsung Heroes: A Tribute to Working MomsSubscriber Access Only
    This labor of love does make a difference.
    Unsung Heroes: A Tribute to Working Moms. This labor of love does make a difference. Natalie Lederhouse. Unsung Heroes: A Tribute to Working Moms.
  • The Top 10 Most Popular Articles of 2015 Subscriber Access Only
    Our readers and writers pick the best of TCW.
    don't find out about all of our 'junk'—yet what we really need is the courage to admit our weaknesses and failures and move forward in the midst of God's grace.” —Natalie Lederhouse.
  • The Problem with People-Pleasing and PeacekeepingSubscriber Access Only
    Christian women, let’s make our voice heard.
    The Problem with People-Pleasing and Peacekeeping. Christian women, let's make our voice heard. Natalie Lederhouse. The Problem with People-Pleasing and Peacekeeping.
  • Slogging Through Our FaithSubscriber Access Only
    Even "the greats" dealt with spiritual depression.
    Slogging Through Our Faith. Even "the greats" dealt with spiritual depression. Natalie Lederhouse. Slogging Through Our Faith. Image: VITALEZ / SHUTTERSTOCK.COM.
  • In No One We TrustSubscriber Access Only
    What do we lose when we choose to be "spiritual but not religious"?
    In No One We Trust. What do we lose when we choose to be "spiritual but not religious"? Natalie Lederhouse. In No One We Trust. Knowledge is as simple as stroking a few keys.
  • Why Don't I Trust Others?Subscriber Access Only
    Nehemiah changed my view of leadership.
    Why Don't I Trust Others? Nehemiah changed my view of leadership. Natalie Lederhouse. Why Don't I Trust Others? Image: Thinkstock. It has taken me
  • Visiting Africa Upended My View of AdoptionSubscriber Access Only
    The importance of building home-grown families
    Visiting Africa Upended My View of Adoption. The importance of building home-grown families. Natalie Lederhouse. Visiting Africa Upended My View of Adoption. 1 of 3.
  • The World: Love It or Hate It?Subscriber Access Only
    Developing a gospel-centric, global perspective
    TCW's assistant editor Natalie Lederhouse invites us to look at the flip-side of immigration: When children and families are in poverty or facing other dire circumstances, how can we
  • Pure and Genuine ReligionSubscriber Access Only
    Adoption isn’t the only way to care for orphans.
    Pure and Genuine Religion. Adoption isn't the only way to care for orphans. Natalie Lederhouse. Pure and Genuine Religion. Pure and genuine religion
  • God Makes FamiliesSubscriber Access Only
    (And giving birth isn’t the only way he does it)
    In “Pure and Genuine Religion,” TCW's assistant editor, Natalie Lederhouse, describes how God has drawn her attention to the needs of orphans, and what it can look like to respond
  • Grandparenting Is RiskySubscriber Access Only
    Why we sign up for it anyway
    Natalie Lederhouse, TCW's assistant editor, shares her own journey about family planning. Lots of women will relate to her story, "Why I Don't Have Kids . . .
  • Why I Don't Have Kids . . . YetSubscriber Access Only
    3 reasons I've held off so far
    Why I Don't Have Kids . . . Yet. 3 reasons I've held off so far. Natalie Lederhouse. Why I Don't Have Kids . . . Yet. Natalie Lederhouse is the assistant editor for Today's Christian Woman.
  • Leg of Lamb, Have Mercy on MeSubscriber Access Only
    Why I love Easter
    In "Thankless for the Cross," TCW assistant editor Natalie Lederhouse shares a different experience of Easter, one that draws us closer to the holiness of God in perhaps a more
  • Junkie in the PewSubscriber Access Only
    One woman's struggle with loving God and loving drugs
    Junkie in the Pew. One woman's struggle with loving God and loving drugs. Natalie Lederhouse. Junkie in the Pew. Perhaps you've met a girl like Claudia.

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