February 4th, 2023

Sonya McKinzie

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Sonya is a Christian, mom, second-generation domestic violence survivor, victims' advocate, survivors' coach and the founder of Women of Virtue Transitional Foundation, Inc. She is an author of nine books, the creator of The Blogging ThriveHer™, and enjoys sharing the Word of Jesus Christ with the world.

Exclusive articles:

5 Ways to Eliminate Crab Mentality in the Body of Christ

When the crab mentality strikes the church, we all ban together to lift up the light and freedom of Jesus Christ. Here are 5 ways to do your part.

Creative Christians: Honorable Ways to Use Your Creativity to Glorify God

Every Christian is blessed with creativity in order to honor and glorify God. As a creative Christian, use every gift you have as unto the Lord.

Peace Be Still: Put Jesus in Charge of Your Peace

When your peace starts to turn into frustration and panic, take a page from our Savior, Jesus Christ, and say "Peace be still!"

How to Identify and Deal With Negative Influence

Influencers are a hot topic, but not all influence is good influence. Here's how to identify & combat the negative influence of others based on God's Word.

Christians, Mental Illness, and Medication: Where Does God Fit?

When it comes to Christians and mental health issues, there's rarely a safe place for discussions. Let's talk about this reality and where God fits.

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4 Big Lessons We Can Learn From Little Children

If we pay close attention, there are many lessons we can learn from little children. Here are four lessons that could change your life.

Devotion Movie: Wartime Honor, Present-Day Gratitude

Devotion tells the true story of two heroic US Navy fighter pilots who helped turn the tide in the most brutal battle in the Korean War.

Where’s the Bloom? One Plants, Another Waters, God Makes it Grow

As one plants and another waters, trust God to make every good work grow. In the meantime, give thanks for one another and the chance to labor with God.

Resources for Ukrainians Extended to Russian POWs

Prison Fellowship Ukraine has long served Ukrainian inmates but is pushed to the limit by wartime realities—and gospel requirements.
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