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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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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 …