Often the people you surround yourself can be a reflection of who you are as a person. Is the community around you edifying you or holding you back?
God tells us that two are better than one, we need people around us, to edify us and hold us accountable. A Christian community is key for our spiritual growth, whether it’s a church family or a group of friends, don’t underestimate the power of a community.
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.
Carter gives her honest review of the book ‘Getting Naked Later’ by author Kate Hurley. She speaks on the harsh truth of what could potentially be a reality to some Christian women.
The bible tells us to draw near to God with sincerity and faith. Through prayer, worship, and reading the word, we can draw near to God knowing that even when we are weak, He is strong. He alone can equip us with the strength to fight with a winning hand.
Madelines blog explores the political and racial uproar brought by 2020 and how we as Christians should navigate through these issues, finding peace even if our questions are unanswered.
Speaking with author and founder of the book “Getting Naked Later” Kate Hurley openly discusses her inspiration and love for God and what challenges she has faced with her relationships.
Celestials blog talks about taking the next step in God’s plan for our lives. How daunting it can be sometimes, but as Christians we must continue to walk in obedience knowing that God’s plan is the best plan
The gifts we receive tell a lot on who gifts them to us. This also applies to God – the gifts He gives are good and nothing but good. How can we use our gifts to glorify God?
Sometimes we can forget how much influence our friends have in our daily lives, as christians it’s important to form genuine godly friendships. Susan’s blog explains why God intended us to have companionship with one another.
It’s so hard to love when you’ve just been stung. But isn’t that what love is? Gina explores how we can love when it’s difficult.
To mark our 3 year birthday, our Founder, Amanda joins us to discuss Femelle Soul’s journey so far, and how God calls all of us for good works.
As a generation we are obsessed with social media. We get so caught up with the voices of the world that we tend to forget about the most important voice, God. Alicja’s blog speaks on how a social media detox can help to improve our relationship with God.
So many of us struggle to know God’s will. Oftentimes we look at our circumstances and question if we are where God wants us to be…
It may seem relatively harmless, but the normalising the phrase “God told me to” could cause a lot more harm than good…
Temwa’s blog explores how we can show God we are grateful for His grace, His love, the gift of salvation, and how we can use these God given gifts to encourage and bless others.
Susan’s blog explores the true meaning & gift which Salvations gives us as Christians. Something which can help us to understand the characteristics of God and his love for us.
You’re probably a decent person. But is being a good person enough to get you into heaven? We explore what the Bible teaches.
We sat down with Peda, Founder of modern-day, Christian clothing line, Abel, to discuss her journey to entrepreneurship and key learnings for future start-up owners.
Throughout the bible, women empowerment is frequently displayed through humility and submission. Madeline explores why this has nothing to do with weakness.
As Christians, our battles aren’t always physical. We can sometimes find ourselves in a spiritual battle especially if we do not put on the whole armour of God.
Believing in God’s Word for miraculous healing takes great faith. How would we respond if Jesus directly asked us if we want to be healed? Would we be like the man in John with excuses? Or believe in the Lord’s healing power?
We recently held an Instalive discussing all things christian entertainment: artists, music, movies and books! Here’s our recap.
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?
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?
Amanda’s blog discusses what the Bible says about Christians celebrating pagan holidays like halloween.