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By Natalie d'Aubermont Thompson

Natalie d'Aubermont Thompson offers the fruits from her reflection as she enters a new decade.

By Heather Walker Peterson

How can a professor at a Christian college gently guide her students toward a gracious and broad examination of thought and literature? Heather Walker Peterson gains insight from Sarah Arthur's recent book on Madeleine L'Engle's spiritual legacy.

By Rebecca Carhart

How can a naturally quiet person use her voice well? Rebecca Carhart tells of learning to accept her nature and invite others to hear her contributions.

By Caroline Triscik and Kathy Khang

What does it mean to speak out with your full voice as you pursue God's call in your life? Listen in on our conversation with Kathy Khang as we talk about what it means to speak our truth.

By Kathy Khang and Caroline Triscik

What can women do to avoid the sinkhole of imposter syndrome? Kathy Khang explores this topic in her recent book Raise Your Voice, one we're featuring as part of a series of offerings from InterVarsity Press — our special summer resource for readers of The Well. 

By Kathy Khang and Caroline Triscik

How can we use our voices as a tool to bring shalom and wholeness to the world? Kathy Khang explores this topic in her recent book Raise Your Voice, one we're featuring as part of a series of offerings from InterVarsity Press — our special summer resource for readers of The Well. 

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