In Focus

In Focus articles are thoughtful and practical writings addressing the unique challenges and joys of women in the academy and professions. Topics include those dealing with the academy, professions, relationships, singleness, career decisions, and child-bearing and child-raising in the context of study and work.
Lathania Brown

Lathania Brown experiences training for life and ministry through the rigors of graduate school.

Naomi Haynes

Anthropologist Naomi Haynes reflects on the spiritual truths she has learned through living in another culture.

Caryn Reeder

Caryn Reeder debunks common misconceptions about the character of the Samaritan woman from John 4.

Jeff Greenberg

Professor Jeff Greenberg shares his experience of mentoring a prison inmate.

Bronwyn Lea

Bronwyn Lea introduces us to the kingdom work of a remarkable Spanish Linguistics professor.

Catherine Hirshfeld Crouch

Physics professor Catherine Crouch invites us to think about what it really takes to keep a Sabbath.

Christine Jeske

Chrissy Jeske unapologetically describes the impracticality — and great worth — of her career pursuits.

Katelyn Beaty

Katelyn Beaty describes with admiration the calling on the life of this literature professor.

Priscilla Lasmarias Kelso

Priscilla Kelso shares her determination to educate impoverished girls in this award-winning piece.

Amy Brinkley

Amy Brinkley tells of the transformation she has experienced in Ghana in this award-winning piece.