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How Being an Intern Can Help You Live Intentionally

Living intentionally starts with a solid foundation on which your professional and personal life can bloom. Read how internship can help secure your roots.

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Struggling Is Not a Sign of Spiritual Neglect

Have you ever felt “off” and not known why? Do you tend to go out of your way to make others feel better so that you feel a little better, even if…

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You Matter — And So Does Your Work

Your community plays a role in how you perceive your personal identity. That may not be an earth-shattering notion, but it is one that we may not take seriously...until it’s too late.…

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The Most Important Boundary You’ll Ever Set

Despite what you may think, you actually love boundaries. Don’t believe us? Natalie Jones, founder and president of Parent Compass, takes us through Scripture to see what God has…

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How The Co-Founder of HGTV Handles Workplace Emotions

Women in the workplace have been conditioned to not let their emotions show, for fear of losing credibility among their peers and leaders. This lack of emotional freedom and…

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When Life’s Changes Are Actually Deliverance

Have you ever been in a really good place in your life and then everything gets turned on its head? It’s hard to stay positive and hopeful in these situations,…

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Your Purpose is Your “Why”

Purpose is tricky. Sometimes we may believe we are on the path God has laid before us...but a few miles later, we painfully come to realize we’ve been following our…

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How the “Miracle on the Hudson” Changed My Perspective on Success

As a highly-successful business woman, Maryann Bruce has spent years honing her leadership skills and working to inspire confidence in women like her trying to “make it” in their…

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Finding Joy After Losing a Child

When Anna Bauereis’ son Alexei was tragically killed in 2016, she and her family were plunged into a world of questions, doubting God and wondering where to go next. And…

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Resting Isn’t Failing

Sheri Sullivan, entrepreneur and board member-elect of the Rotary Club of Dallas, shares why she thinks women struggle so much with valuing and adding rest to their lives, and how…

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Comparison: The Enemy of Simplicity

So how do you know you need to simplify your life? For Susan Tolles, Director of Local Groups for 4word, it took decades of over-achieving and overworking herself and her…

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I Never Wanted To Be Divorced

When it comes to “relationships,” women tend to throw more of their time, energy, and even money into the ring to keep things “just right.” Chances are, you are one of…

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Mind Your Own Business When It Comes to Goals

Diving deeper into the topic of “dreams and goals,” we wanted to know why most of us find it so hard to stick to the plan! 4word woman Bridget Mburu shared…

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We All Have Something to Give

Growing up with a focus on volunteering and giving back to the community, Sheila Moore, chemist and business owner, wants to blaze a trail for women in the science world while…

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Growing Into Gratitude

When life is going our way, it’s so easy to find things to be thankful for. (Even though we aren’t always quick to offer up that thanks.) So what about when…

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Three Questions to Help You Live Your Priorities

As you transition through your seasons of life, how can you readjust your priorities? Mary Tomlinson, coach, speaker, and author of Wholehearted Purpose – Women Discovering Their One-Of-A-Kind Design, shares how…

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Stop Glorifying Busyness

Kaila Jurado, CPA at KPMG and co-founder of BECOME Network, was living the fast-paced life of a young professional: she kept focused, checked off boxes, and was driven, but felt exhausted by…

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Freedom: You Were Made For It

Long-time supporter of 4word, Elizabeth Knox, recently launched a company whose focus is helping professionals find freedom in their careers. She shares with us her personal definition of freedom and how she…

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Enjoyment: Live in the Moment

When was the last time you slowed down and really enjoyed something? For many women, this is a luxury we feel we said goodbye to back in our school years! So how…

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Courage to Save My Attempted Killer

Here in America, we are blessed to have our faith and walks of life largely embraced by society. This privilege is not even an option in other parts of the world.…

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