We Need More Women of Conviction and Grace
Why it's necessary to proclaim truth with love
Kelli B. TrujilloApril 1, 2015
Smartphones, Spirituality, and the State of Our Souls
Learning to tweet, text, post, pin, link . . . and really live
Kelli B. TrujilloApril 30, 2014
Junkie in the Pew
One woman's struggle with loving God and loving drugs
Natalie LederhouseApril 1, 2014
When Your Kids Abuse Drugs
Raising substance-abusing sons helped me recognize my own waywardness
Susan Bailey*March 27, 2014
Wine, Weed, and Women
A sober look at addiction
Marian V. LiautaudMarch 27, 2014
How to Help Someone Who Has an Addiction
Helping a friend or family member who has an addiction can be difficult. Here are a few helpful things to do and hurtful things to avoid.
Mary Anne FifieldDecember 17, 2013
One Thing Remains
Vulnerability, transparency, and true love played large roles in Christa Black’s healing journey away from abuse and toward marriage and motherhood.
Maria CowellDecember 17, 2013
TCW's verse of the week
December 6, 2013
Freedom from Sexual Addiction
To find healing, you have to come out from hiding.
Dr. Juli SlatteryDecember 6, 2013
Confronting Sexual Sin
There is no sin beyond God's redemptive healing power.
Linda DillowDecember 6, 2013
Shining a Light in the Darkness
A letter from the editor
Marian V. LiautaudDecember 6, 2013
How a Dirty Girl Came Clean
Studies show more than 20 percent of Christian women are addicted to pornography, and I was one of them—here's how I escaped my guilt and shame.
Crystal RenaudDecember 6, 2013
What Happens in Vegas
Modern-day abolitionist Lisa Thompson talks about the disturbing impact of our hypersexualized culture--and what she hopes you'll do about it.
Camerin CourtneyAugust 14, 2013
Alcohol and My Child
I felt so powerless to help my son with his addiction
Karen Meddows*July 11, 2012
I Gave Up Worry for Lent
Consider taking 40 days to give up a deep-seated sin.
JoHannah ReardonFebruary 22, 2012