It’s time to talk about mental health and Christianity. We sat down with Nass to discuss her experiences with being a young christian, who’s suffered from anxiety and mood swings.
Liz Margaret, founder of self-titled blog, that aims to encourage young women to find confidence and assurance in their faith, sits with us at Femelle Soul to talk about purpose and passion!
On Saturday 14th September 2019, Femelle Soul’s launch event ‘MADE FOR MORE’ hit Birmingham! Over 50 women gathered to talk about purpose, passion and encourage and inspire each other to live our lives for the glory of God. Here’s a quick recap on what the event was all about!
Vanessa shares her powerful testimony on Femelle Soul. Here’s how she went from someone who found her joy in things of this world and approval of man to being transformed into someone who’s joy is found in God.
I can remember looking from the outside-in and thinking Christianity looked like any other religion, full of rules and regulations. For obvious reasons, I wasn’t interested. But one of the best things I’ve come to learn is that God can be enjoyed. He doesn’t want to rob our joy, he wants us to find it in Him. He’s not just calling you to come, but calling you to come for your joy!
Maryam shares her powerful testimony on Femelle Soul. Here’s how the Gospel transformed her from someone who didn’t really care for God, to being completely souled out for Him.
March 2018: I was in the process of leaving my job, I was completely unsure of what my next steps would be and what I was going to end up doing…so in true millennial fashion, I decided to ignore the current situation and booked a holiday to Sorrento, Italy with my bestie. Here’s a mini holiday vlog showing what we got up to.
The Bible isn’t silent on the subject of beauty. And as Christian women, every day we’re faced with a choice: choose beauty defined to us by the media and culture or choose to focus on Godly beauty standards, which will never change. In the final video for our beauty series, we discuss how our faith has impacted how we define beauty.
We’re still talking all things beauty and faith! In part 1 of 3, I sat down with Alison and Hesed talking about whether women feel pressured to wear makeup in order to feel beautiful.
I talk about loving the skin you’re in and accepting your flaws a lot, and most of the time, I believe it. But not always. We can all admit that the pressure to have to look good is real. And women tend to be hit the hardest. The beauty market thrives off selling us the lie that we’re not pretty enough, and it’s a lie that we so easily buy. I’ve found it’s a lot easier to conform to beauty standards but harder to arrive at a point of self-acceptance.