Martha Cristina Garza caught the jewelry design bug when she was just eleven-years-old. Still, it would take more than a decade to build up the courage to launch her own jewelry collection, MC Jewelry. The Mexican beauty tells us about her incredible journey – and the important part her faith played in getting her to take the big leap.
From a young age, Shaunté Simons had her life all planned out. She dreamed of becoming a judge – and finished her bachelors and masters degree by age 21, before starting her legal career.But God had other ideas in mind for how He wanted to use Shaunté’s life to impact the Kingdom.
An interview with Canadian Christian singer and songwriter, Chelsea Amber – on her passion for music and how she uses her gift to glorify God.
Asia Hilario, voted Women on the Rise’s 2019 Woman of the Year, shares about overcoming trauma from childhood abuse and learning to see God as a loving and ever-present Father.
Carla create a community of contagiously fearless women building businesses ministries and lives with God
Sonja Mitchell never imagined she’d be as confident in her skin as she is today. In her teens, she felt insecure about her body and remembers struggling to find clothes that were “church-appropriate” that also fit her growing curves. Today, she’s on a mission to help women of faith love their bodies – and embrace exactly how God created them.
How Megan turned a final class project into a ministry teaching women to find purpose in any situation
What started for Megan Holmes as a final assignment in college has become a thriving ministry, teaching women to find the beauty and purpose in even our darkest moments in life.
It’s hard to believe Jessica has been through so much in the past couple of years. Learn more about how Jessica is using her Academy to help women from around the world tap into their God-given joy, peace andconfidence.
Landy Raza’s childhood dream was to become a dentist. But after several failed attempts at passing her dental school exams, she realised God might have a different path for her life. Landy shares about her journey to becoming a physical therapist – and why it’s okay to change course and pivot.
In honour of the last few weeks of 2020, we look back on all of the lessons and blessings of this year. Four women featured in the latest issue of TSGG weigh in..
After losing both her parents, Capri Astwood finds healing through Jesus.
In 2015, Tiffany Rashel reached a crossroads in life. On one hand, she could stick to the path she already knew, a place that was safe, comfortable and predictable. On the other, she could wave her safety-net goodbye and let God show her His direction for her life.
No matter where God is leading you, step out bravely and know that He’s always got your back. That’s a message Juliette Bush has embraced over the last ten years.
Growing up on a farm in Colorado, Taylor Ann Tyler spent much of her childhood riding horses and playing outside. It wasn’t until her high school years that she ditched her tomboy ways and started to experiment with makeup. Today, she uses her social media platform and spa business to offer women beauty tips and advice – most importantly, teaching them the splendor that comes from being exactly who God created them to be.
A year ago, 26-year-old Sarah Grace Warnez’s life hit rock bottom. Defining her self-worth by her outward appearance and how men might perceive her, she realised she was working out for the wrong reasons. After strengthening her relationship with God, she’s changed her attitude towards fitness. Now she’s on a mission to help other Christian women do the same.
Growing up as an adventure loving child, Agathe Holowatinc always looked at food as fuel, giving her the boost she needed to live, work and play at her best.
From working in a sex-trade industry, this missionary helped women direct to healing and hope in God
From having lack of confidence to being her best self and growing in God daily.