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Conversations With Daughters of the King: My Journey of Leadership

In Op-Eds by Lydia Munene

In a culture where leadership is viewed as a domain for the male gender, it is usually not easy for women in leadership. Such has been my experience in the various leadership capacities I have held at Biblica in Africa. In this article, I’ll share a few lessons on how the Word of God has helped me as I strive to be an effective leader in Africa.

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Conversations With Daughters of the King: My Struggle With Control

In Op-Eds by Meghan Layne

When I was asked to write this article I literally chuckled at myself. I was asked to write an article about the challenges of being a Major League Baseball wife and mom and how the Bible has helped me through those. Seems pretty basic to my everyday life, right? The irony is, just four days prior, I made a pretty deep confession about my struggles in this EXACT department in our wives Bible study. We are studying a book by …

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Innovative New Bible Offers Fresh Access to Millions

In News by Biblica

Biblica, The International Bible Society, launched the ground-breaking NIrV Accessible Edition yesterday in London, as church and ministry leaders from across the UK gathered at the event in All Souls Church, London. Hosted by Biblica Europe and with contributions from project partners Livability, Torch Trust and Urban Saints, the celebration marked a publishing milestone after three years of extensive planning, research, development and consultation with key stakeholders. Victoria from Livability shared very personally how this Bible will make a real and lasting impact in her own life and the lives of others, commenting: “God is great, and he is wonderful, and everyone needs to be able to read his word.”

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Conversations With Daughters of the King: Becoming Isabella’s Mom

In Op-Eds by Deidre Pujols

I was just 20 years young when I had moved back to Kansas City from Boston, Massachusetts. I was working at a psychiatric hospital following a year of college. Two weeks after returning home, I discovered a big surprise! I was pregnant. I wasn’t in a relationship at the time. I wish I could say I was like Mary and got impregnated by the Holy Spirit, but that was not the case. I believe I was seeking desperately to find …