In times of trouble it can be hard to keep our faith strong. When doubt starts to creep in our faith can really be shaken. How do you overcome doubt and walk in faith?
Just as we’re getting used to our new way of life, we’re being asked to step back out into the unknown. So how can you keep your faith after lock down?
As Christians, hearing God can help ease the stresses of the world. Nneka’s blog explores how we can hear the voice of God in times of stillness.
Fear can seem like a natural instinct for human beings, especially in times of pain. The way we deal with adversity can be difficult but the Bible instructs us to be courageous and confident and call on Jesus to help us.
We asked 2 of our favourite avid readers their book recommendations. Here’s part 2 with Tobi Grace!
As the days of social isolation stretch ahead of us, we asked 2 of our favourite avid readers their book recommendations. Here’s part 1 with Gloria Sade!
We got involved in the #Dontrush challenge featuring what christian books we’re reading. Find out the book titles and authors here!
Eyula, Founder of “IAMBECAUSEHE” joins us at Femelle Soul to discuss the importance of living a life of purpose and passion for God.
The bible tells us to love God and put him first, so what happens when we make ourselves the center of our lives, and love out of order?
The way we talk about love is paving the way for confusion, miscommunication, and heartache. We can’t change how our culture uses this word, but we can understand it more biblically.
Let’s be real, some people make it very hard for us to love them. But love is a command given to us by Christ, so how can we tackle the challenges of love?
As believers, prayer is one of the most important aspects of our walk because it gives us the opportunity to talk to our Savior. Here’s a blog on why we pray, written by Carter.
Prayer can sometimes seem like a chore, but when our perspective changes, we can see it for what it truly is: one of God’s most gracious gifts to us.
Prayer is free, accessible and available to everyone. But why do we find it difficult to make time for God?