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Our Most Read Articles for Strong Women in 2019

Our Most Read Articles for Strong Women in 2019

2020 has arrived! We are excited about the adventure ahead yet we can’t help but look back at the year we have left behind. We loved seeing where our readers went last year, and thought you would like to see that as well.

Here are the top 10 read articles for 2019

There are roads traversed that we may not understand, but one who has walked it does. This article provides the much-needed encouragement for the wives whose wedding vows asked for so much more, as well as insights for all of us.

Dear Wife of the Badge, You Are Strong

Dear Wife of the Badge, You Are Strong

Hello, young wife.

Yeah, I’ve been in your shoes. I know exactly what it feels like to love a man behind the badge—to watch as he slides on that uniform all neatly pressed; to stand in Read more

Christmas and New Years came and went, and again…No ring. Will it come on Valentine’s Day, or is he going to keep dragging his feet? Have you wondered this or something like it? You need to read Dr. Zoe’s advice.

If Your Man Didn’t Propose (But Should Have) Read This

If Your Man Didn’t Propose But Should Have Read ThisTo the girl who didn’t get the engagement you were expecting, this is what you need to do to finally get a commitment…

You tried not to get your hopes up, but deep down you feel like it is time. Read more

Do you want your life to make an impact? Here are a few ways to live as a woman of substance and quality and develop a beauty that never fades.

Want to Be a Woman of Virtue? Remember These 4 Things…

Want-to-Be-a-Woman-of-Virtue-Remember-These-4-ThingsSeveral years ago, the school where my husband and I taught asked us to give the Baccalaureate speeches at the graduation festivities. This was extra special since it was the first graduating class in the school’s history, and it’s Read more

Do you wonder what makes you unique or base your identity off what you do (or don’t do)? You are in the vast majority and this article speaks directly to those inner questions about what makes you you.

How Do I Know What Defines Me?

How Do I Know What Defines Me?I am single. I am widowed. I am married. I am divorced. I am a mom. I have no children. I am a career woman. I stay at home. I am an artist. I am a cancer survivor. I Read more

Got some baby mama drama? Welcome to the club! Dr. Zoe wrote this compassionate and straightforward article to help you navigate that difficult relationship. Don’t miss this one!

You, Your Man, and His Baby Mama All Need Grit and Grace

you your man his baby mama 2So your man is a pretty wonderful guy. Things are going so well. You might have even married him. What in the world could mess this up? Oh, the mother of his kids!

Baby mama drama began with the start of civilization—think Abraham from the Read more

This article has been shared thousands of times for a reason. Written by our Co-Founder who was TobyMac’s manager in the early years of dc Talk, you’re going to want to read her heartfelt, practical message.

TobyMac—Heartbreak to Hope, Healing Through Music

There is one thing I have begged God not to ask of me, a life heartbreak I have never felt capable of handling: that is to bury a child. The day I laid eyes on my firstborn my love Read more

Do you have a daughter who’s a little boy-crazy? It’s pretty normal. Are you wondering how to handle it? Look no further; this article is packed with great advice from a seasoned mom who’s been there, handled that!

If Your Daughter Is Boy-Crazy, You Need to Read This

Do-High-School-Girls-Want-to-Be-Sophisticated-LadiesMy daughters entered life as different creatures when it came to the opposite sex. One whom the attention of boys meant a lot, the other, well, it did not. I can’t say what created the difference, perhaps just their Read more

Whether you have ever walked through a cancer diagnosis or not, this article is a must-read. It’s so full of wisdom and inspiration to live your life with great faith and hope.

Words of Encouragement From a Cancer Survivor

Words of Encouragement From a Cancer SurvivorThis year I’ll celebrate my three-year “Cancerversary” of a Stage 2 Triple Negative Breast Cancer diagnosis. It took eight months of chemotherapy, surgery, and radiation to battle my disease. As a survivor, I can say that the healing process is Read more

Written by a police officer’s wife, this article will open your eyes to the daily battles their families face. If you are a police wife, this one will fill your heart with love and pride (and your eyes with a few tears).

Married to the Badge: Not Your Typical Life

Married to the Badge Not Your Typical LifeGrowing up, I could never have imagined that I would one day be married to a walking badge in polyester black. No, the silly games I played pointed to my future husband as a banker or a doctor, someone Read more

What makes a woman beautiful? While the surface is very lovely to look at, the truest, most long-lasting beauty runs far deeper…and it’s only gained by strong women (and those who want to be).

True Beauty is Found in a Woman’s Strength

True Beauty is Found in a Woman’s Strength

True Beauty is Found in a Woman’s Strength PIN

The often unspoken definition of a woman’s beauty appears on the cover of every magazine in the grocery store checkout aisle.  Read more

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