Book excerpts, book reviews, poetry, photography, fiction, images of visual artwork, reflections on art or on the life of the artist, and other creative endeavors by or of interest to women in the academy and professions.
Christena Cleveland shares an excerpt from her recent book Disunity in Christ.
Mary Amendolia highlights some of the best features of this leadership development book for women.
Christian historian Janine Giordano Drake is not convinced that professional women's success, as advocated by Sheryl Sandberg's Lean In, will be helpful for middle- and working-class women.
As a graduate student, Karen Swallow Prior was introduced to John Milton's concept of reading books promiscuously by a professor initially hostile to Christianity.
Do you long to be sure of God's presence? Poet Nina Forsythe shares two of her poems with The Well.
Film maker Lauralee Farrer advocates for a work ethic that produces profound art and profound lives.
Focused on completing a PhD, Stephanie Magdalena White grieves the choice she's put on hold.
Poet Luci Shaw shares the delight of the creative process, "when that random pebble of an image discovers its true home."
What purpose does art have in the church and in our world? Artist Bobbette Rose travels to Africa and back considering the question.
Lawyer and mother Susan DiMickele introduces her book, Chasing Superwoman, as she describes her life, seeking to serve God in the home and the marketplace.
Wendy Quay Honeycutt considers how the various genres of Scripture create space for its true authoritative nature in this first of a series of three articles.
Wendy Quay Honeycutt looks at how the writers of Scripture bear witness to God’s work in their midst in this second of a series of three articles.
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