In a world where culture pits women against one another and comparison is the way we measure ourselves, we can forget that actually we weren’t meant to be competitors but teammates, cheering each other on and crossing the finishing line hand-in-hand.
In this issue we look at how we can be better cheerleaders. Bev Murrill talks about how we can mentor women. Claire Rush shows us how we can raise the next generation of women, and Lisa Pearce travelled all the way to Sudan to encourage and support women facing unimaginable hardship and persecution.
“We looked together at what it means to be unconditionally loved by God, and how we can come to him as we are and not as we think we should be. The women shared their questions and their burdens – including the unique challenges of raising children who respond with forgiveness, not hate, when violence and destruction are all around them.”
We also get feedback advice from Heike Prentice, journey through the dark night of the soul with Jude Trenier, look at loving our planet with Emma Greenwood, and go on a bear hunt with Arianna Walker.
All this and more in the Summer 2016 edition of Liberti. Make sure to pick up your copy today.