Four Ways to Nurture Spiritual Growth

Four Ways to Nurture Spiritual Growth Using Your Phone to Grow Your Relationship with God by Jennifer Trautmann   After pressing the snooze button for the second time, I finally reached for my phone. I began to scroll to “ease” into my day. When I finally got up to shower,...

The Receiving Room: God’s Invitation to Draw Near

The Receiving Room God’s Invitation to Draw Near by Cristina Slabic   Conversation. It is how you get to know someone. It fuels connection and intimacy. God has invited us into a conversation with him. Do you talk to God? Are you listening for his response? Do you wonder how...

Shifting Sand: Trusting God in a Culture of Deconstructed Faith

Shifting Sand Trusting God in a Culture of Deconstructed Faith by Samantha Branch   Faith is a lot like sand on a beach—moving, shifting, and even briefly disappearing—before it slowly begins to come into view again. As I get older, I am desperate for more tangible proof that what I...

When It’s Not about Faith: Facing Depression As a Believer

When It’s Not about Faith: Facing Depression As a Believer by Melinda Olsen   We live in a fast-paced, on-the-go kind of world. Busyness and rules can lock us into routines and behavior patterns in which we don’t have time for rest, quality time with friends and family, time outside...

Don’t Look Back: A Biblical Theology of Aging

Don't Look Back: A Biblical Theology of Aging by Dawn Davidson   We left Eastern Europe on a Friday, just before Russia invaded Ukraine. It’s odd not to be there living my usual life—walking our dog, meeting up with my friends at Paragraph Coffee, and planning women’s events. Once again,...

Three Truths to Bring Hope in Transition: Biblical Wisdom for Life Changes

Three Truths to Bring Hope in Transition: Biblical Wisdom for Life Changes by Bethany Broderick   I strode into the kitchen wearing a long-sleeved T-shirt and scarf. My husband glanced up and laughed. “You know it’s going to reach eighty degrees today.” “I don’t care,” I said, turning up my...

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Reframing Disappointment: How Unmet Longings Point Us to Heaven

Reframing Disappointment:  How Unmet Longings Point Us to Heaven by Macie Moseley   I hate to admit it, but I often find myself face to face with disappointment. Without realizing it, I create unreasonable expectations in almost every aspect of my life. Even though I know I’m imperfect, I feel...

Finding Grace in Our Brokenness: How God Handles Our Mistakes

Finding Grace in Our Brokenness: How God Handles Our Mistakes by Lori Ann Wood   I had no risk factors and no family history, but I had early warning signs of heart failure—shortness of breath, inability to exercise, fatigue.  For years, my family urged me to go to the doctor....

The Maker’s Mark: Surrendered to God’s Refining Process

The Maker’s Mark Surrendered to God’s Refining Process by Lizzy Blanchard   We can find ourselves moving on in one way or another throughout each season of our lives, but sometimes a particular period is marked by that shift. I found myself at such a crossroads recently, wondering if it...

When the Hospital Becomes Home: Sharing Jesus in Hard Places

When the Hospital Becomes Home: Sharing Jesus in Hard Places by Stephanie McKeever   I have always told God I would go wherever he led me to tell others about the saving love of Jesus. That is, until we arrived on the ninth floor. Finding a lump on our son...

When Wandering Invites Remembrance: How Looking Back Helps Us Move Forward

When Wandering Invites Remembrance: How Looking Back Helps Us Move Forward by Peggy Bodde   Have you ever noticed that when our heart wanders, the rest of us follows? Doubt and worry take up the spaces where remembrance and gratitude used to live. Zakhar is the Hebrew word for “remember.”...

When We Don’t Have Enough: Living with a Mindset of Abundance

When We Don’t Have Enough: Living with a Mindset of Abundance by Lauri Hawley Do you often feel as though something is missing in your life? Whether it’s talent, time, strength, energy, creativity, or relationships, we all have an area or two of our lives that seem to be short...

Artist Feature: Photographer Mariah Brink

Artist Feature: Photographer Mariah Brink  Mariah, tell us about yourself. I am one of three sisters who grew up in a musical home serving Jesus. I’ve been told all my life I am a joyful presence, and I’m so grateful for that. I moved to California a few months ago,...

Do Not Fear: Viewing God’s Command as an Invitation to Freedom

Do Not Fear: Viewing God's Command as an Invitation to Freedom by Tristany Corgan Heart racing. Hands shaking. Head fogging. Stomach fluttering. It’s getting hard to breathe. What is the cause of these symptoms? Perhaps it is an interruption in my daily schedule. It could be that something has gone...

When Life Silences Your Song

When Life Silences Your Song Fighting Your Battles with Praise by Leslie McLeod Why is it when we try our hardest to do the right thing, it seems to go sideways? Like getting everyone to church without drama. That shouldn’t be too tough, right? Not so. I’m convinced the enemy...

What’s Beauty Got to Do With It?

What's Beauty Got to Do With It? Enjoying Life in a Dying World by Deidre Braley What's the purpose of enjoying life in this dying world?  I asked myself this question over and over again last year as I watched my mother-in-law battle cancer. If all of our lives come...

An Overlooked Part of the Christmas Story

The celebration of the birth of Christ is here and today’s episode is in honor of that wonderful and momentous event. Join Lindsay May as she welcomes back Rachel Booth Smith to the show and invites her to share a sweet truth with us. Rachel is a long time friend...

How to Battle Imposter Syndrome

How to Battle Imposter Syndrome: A Reminder That God Makes Us 'Enough' by Lori Ann Wood The first contest I ever won involved a tiny clay dog sculpture I crafted in a summer art class and submitted to our county fair the following fall. My seven-year-old self was shocked to...

Creating an Intentional Holiday

The holidays are upon us! And so are the endless activities and Pinterest comparisons we make as we attempt to do everything in show-stopping style. Can anyone relate? Today The Truly Co. welcomes Cristina Slabic to the show to help us lead with joy and not dread as we step...

Just an Ordinary Woman

Just an Ordinary Woman: Finding Abundance in Our Everyday Talents by Cara Blondo She was just an ordinary woman with ordinary talents. Yet these seemingly average talents impacted the lives around her so extraordinarily that, upon her death, friends stood around her weeping. Who was this woman? Her name was...

How We Can Hold Space for Grief During the Holidays

Join Lindsay May as she welcomes Jenni Kaymeyer to the show today to talk about an issue that everyone will experience at some point in life: grief. Jenni is a licensed therapist, clinical director, and long time friend of The Truly Co. In The Home Issue, Jenni wrote an article...

Called to Create

Called to Create: A Prayer for Creatives by ChanMi Jung Pyles Heavenly Father, the Giver of all good and perfect things, we thank you for your gift of creativity that you freely gift to us.  We were created in the image of you, the Maker of all things, to reflect...

How The Church Can Help With The Fostering Crisis in America

Did you know that every day in America there are typically half a million children in foster care? That statistic is staggering yet for the average person it feels overwhelming to know how to help.  Today The Truly Co. welcomes Rachal Pollard (@pollardmama93) to the show to help us learn...

Finding Hope When You Feel Hopeless

Do you believe that God is continually working in our lives and transforming our hearts and minds? Even when we feel vulnerable and lost? I can say now that I do. God can use our worst experiences as our greatest opportunities for growth and transformation. In 2019, my life came...

How To Get Over Hospitality Hesitancy with Amber Stumph

Do you have a hard time inviting others into your home? Today we're talking all things hospitality with Amber Stumph, founder of Copper and Nines, a company dedicated to helping people create meaningful space. Why do we feel so much pressure to make our homes perfect? Our guests simply want...

A Sense of Home Within

No matter where we live, as believers in Jesus, we are citizens of heaven (see Philippians 3:20). That truth has the power to transform our daily lives. Being confident of our final destination allows us to hold the appearance, size, or location of our earthly homes loosely.  We often think...

Life Can Be Good Again with Lisa Appelo

Today’s episode is a mixture of raw pain and extraordinary hope as The Truly Co. welcomes Lisa Appelo to the show. Due to the tragic and sudden death of her husband, Lisa instantly became a single parent to seven children. Now, ten years later, her book Life Can Be Good...

Unlocking The Creative You

“I’m just not a creative person.” People say it all the time. Possibly as an excuse or maybe as a comfort for their own self-doubt. The truth remains, however, that we were created by a creative God. “God created mankind in his own image” (Genesis 1:27). Thus, you are creative....

How to Know Where God is Leading You with Alli Worthington

Today’s episode welcomes Alli Worthington, a bestselling author, nationally-known speaker, business coach, and mom of five (yes five!) boys, to the show. Get ready to be inspired as Alli shares her story of losing it all financially in 2008 and how God led her to build it back up creatively....

God’s vision of Pursuit: What I Have Planned Versus Where God is Leading Me

Join Lindsay May as she welcomes Jonna Meidal to the show today.  Author, pastor, wife, and mom, Jonna offers insight into a battle we all fight on some level-- the relentless battle of pursuit. “People tend to think of success and progress vertically. With the beginning at the bottom and...

Waiting in the Wilderness

I grew up with a suitcase in hand. As a young girl, I traveled back and forth between my mother’s home and my father’s home. Every three days, I packed my bag, piled into the car, and numbly stared at the fields along the twenty-minute drive, wishing I could throw...

The Intersection of Faith and Intuitive Eating

Today The Truly Co. welcomes Brittany Braswell to the show!  As a registered dietician, specializing in eating disorders and body image, Brittany is on a mission to help women ditch chronic eating issues and learn to embrace their God-given worth and identity. The podcast kicks off by outlining the biggest...

Navigating Mother-Daughter Relationships with Mykelti Blum

Join Lindsay May in an insightful discussion on the sometimes wonderful, sometimes tricky relationship between mothers and daughters. Her guest, Mykelti Blum, is a licensed social worker, advisor of Bridging The Gap ministries and author of the book Braving Every Season: A Mother-Daughter Journey to Ditch the Tension, Create Connection...

Finding God in the Rhythms of Habit with Jennifer Trautmann

Today The Truly Co. podcast welcomes Jennifer Trautmann to the show. Jennifer shares her heart and her home with her husband, two boys and her father-in-law. She is a writer, photographer and a licensed minister with the Assemblies of God church. Join Lindsay May as she discusses an article Jennifer...

Finding Peace Through Scripture Meditation with Leslie Konhaeuser

Welcome Leslie Konhaeuser to the show today! Not only is she a mom of three under the age of three (yes, you read that right!), she is also a writer, podcaster, and licensened counselor. The Truly Co. published a beautiful article from Leslie in our Pursuit Issue and we liked...

Don’t Give Up On Your Dreams with Merritt Onsa

Are you ready to dream? Or are you ready to act on those dreams? Join Lindsay May in her exciting conversation with Dream Coach and podcast host, Merritt Onas. Discover how dreaming became important in Merritt’s life, how she overcame her fear of failing, and the one question that propelled...

When God Says Welcome Home

"Home" can mean many things to many people. What does it mean for God to place eternity in our hearts? By Jonna Meidal Home can be a word that conjures up a myriad of emotions based on one’s family of origin. Some might hear it and think, Love Discord Warmth...

The Cure For The Overbooked Home with Mary DeMuth

Literary agent, speaker, podcast host and author of over 40 books, Mary DeMuth is a legend of wisdom in this generation. Her passion and commitment to prayer, as well as her depth of Biblical knowledge, has touched countless lives and The Truly Co. was eager to have some one-on-one time...

6 Ways To Love A Neighbor

Practical Ways To Connect With A Neighbor You Don't Know Well By Ashley Shannon “Your rain gear is colorful! Where did you get it?” an older gentleman yelled from his doorway.  My kids and I turned to answer. I watched as the man cupped his ear, straining to hear my...

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Finding Your Home In God

Finding Your Home In God By Liv Holloway We bought a house this year.  Even as I write this, it’s still hard for me to believe. A process we thought would happen rather quickly ended up dragging out for almost two years. As we watched, waited, looked, and longed for...

Understanding Your Purpose vs. Passion with Simi John

Do you wrestle to understand your calling? What should it look like and how do you pursue it?  These questions, plus more, are answered in today's episode with author, speaker, and social media guru Simi John.  Learn the fascinating story of how Simi and her entire family came to know Jesus...

What God Can Use to Heal You

What God Can Use To Heal You How your home can be a healing haven in your life by keeping Christ at the center. By Jenna Kelly I didn’t realize I had been gripping the wheel so tightly. As I rounded the corner of the off-ramp and approached the red...

Trusting God In Suffering With Sarah Hanan

7 Months Pregnant And Diagnosed With Breast Cancer. What do you do when the unthinkable happens? This week's podcast episode will inspire you as you hear Sarah Hanan, the podcast host of A Mom's Cancer Story, share the story of her cancer diagnosis when she was seven months pregnant with her...

Creating A Legacy of Beauty From Ashes

Creating A Legacy of Beauty from Ashes A testimony of God's faithfulness and freedom in generational trauma. By Morgan Dufault When my husband and I decided to get married, the Holy Spirit put the word legacy on our hearts in a deeply profound way. We had both come from broken...

Why Memorizing Scripture Is Powerful

Why is memorizing Scripture so powerful? This week's podcast episode will inspire you as you hear the story of how God's word helped Dwell Differently CEO Vera Schmitz, a former professional pole vaulter, overcome mental health challenges after retiring from her athletic career. Not only did God transform Vera's spirit,...

Settling In: An invitation to allow God to work within your home

Settling In An invitation to allow God to work within your home. By Michelle Stiffler Last week, I happened upon unexpected traffic on my way to the gym. Three lanes were being funneled into one, bringing every vehicle to a dead stop. I was in the middle of returning a...

The Creator In You with Jordan Raynor

The Creator In You with Jordan Raynor Why your work and creativity matters. Have you thought about the creation story and wondered about how it all happened? If you've been around kids that have asked questions about how it all happened and felt stumped, you're not alone. The truth is,...

Where To Run For Refuge: Learning To Dwell In The Lord

Where To Run For Refuge Learning To Dwell In The Lord “How lovely is your dwelling place.” Psalm 84:1 Do you long for a place to dwell? A place to rest where you can feel safe? What does a dwelling place with the Lord look like? David talks about God...

Why YOU Are Creative: Tasha Branham Artist Feature

Why you are creative. Get a behind-the-scenes look from our featured artist, Tasha Branham. This week, the Truly Co Podcast host Lindsay May talks with artist Tasha Branham, a New Jersey-based prophet, mentor, business consultant, mother, and wife. Truly features custom artwork in each magazine issue to facilitate more profound...

Leadership and Mental Health

What happens when you're a leader in ministry who is struggling with mental illness? Listen to Brittany Jones share her powerful testimony of how she is pursuing healing. Healing doesn't have to look the way everyone thinks or imagines it should look. It could be tiny steps each day. Healing...

Finding Peace In The Midst of Turmoil

Finding Peace In The Midst of Turmoil Strategies for reestablishing peace within yourself when unsettling emotions suddenly arise. Have you ever struggled to feel at home within yourself? Have negative thoughts and emotions ever bombarded you like foreign invaders, triggering fears that left you unsettled? When we experience negative emotions...

When Obedience Doesn’t Bring Blessing

If you've grown up in the church, you've probably heard the phrase "obedience brings blessing." We often internalize this to mean if you serve the Lord and obey Him, then your prayers will be answered, and essentially, you'll "get what your heart desires." This week, we're chatting with Ali Gray,...

Taking The First Step and The Importance of Rest with Dre Barthel

Good things require hard work. This week, we're chatting with entrepreneur Dre Barthel, Owner and Creative Director of Covey, about taking the first step and moving forward in your dreams. We're talking about real challenges we face as working from home with family and how we can trust the Lord...

Choosing to Rest Instead of Rush

Choosing to Rest Instead of Rush Slowing Down as Obedience Saying no was not something I once thought of as obedience. But isn’t everything I own the Lord’s, including my time?  Often we ask God to open doors and he does, but then he may shut that same door later...

Why Every Season Matters

Why Every Season Matters How every moment is part of your purpose.   “For we are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do” (Ephesians 2:10). Have you ever felt like your life is on repeat? Every day the...

What Scripture Says About Women In Ministry with Hillary Leeper

Have you wanted to understand better what Scripture says about women in ministry? What was God's intent when he created women from the very beginning? Are women allowed to preach? What's the deal with head coverings? These were the questions sent to us on Instagram recently around women in ministry....

Knowing God Wants You

Knowing God Wants You His relentless pursuit to call you home I was in middle school when I sat in the church classroom. The chairs, red with yellow stripes, sputtered dust as I sat down. The room was closed off by an accordion partition. I sat there, consuming Dots, looking...

When You’re Wondering When God Will Step In

Have you ever cried out to God in the middle of an impossible circumstance to ask when he will come through for you? We know you’ll connect with Kelly’s story. Kelly Lemon is a Seattle-based photographer who is passionate about living life to the fullest and overcoming life’s challenges. In...

When God Feels Slow

When God Feels Slow Don died shortly after he celebrated fifteen years of sobriety. I was his daughter-in-law, but sometimes I was also his pastor. He would attend mass at the Catholic Church, and then he would come to hear me preach. He would slip in the back pew quietly...

Identifying Your Unique Purpose with Brooke Peterson

In this episode of The Truly Co Podcast, we're talking about identifying God's voice and finding our unique purpose with host Lindsay May and Brooke Peterson. Brooke Peterson is the owner of Well Women Co. with a mission to inspire women to cultivate Christ-centered faith and holistic wellbeing through authentic...

The Breakup No One Talks About

The Breakup No One Talks About How to move forward when friendships fail  Not that long ago, I decided to spend the day with the Lord. This particular day was a huge milestone for me, and spending the day, just the two of us, seemed like a fitting way to...

Our Broken Brand of Beauty And Mental Health with Melissa Johnson

In this episode of The Truly Co Podcast, we’re chatting about mental health and cultural ideologies of beauty. Melissa talks about how the “American brand of beauty” - Barbie-like figure, long-flowing hair, big eyes, thin and toned, diet culture - has caused a lot of unnecessary shame, mental health struggles,...

Spiritual Renewal with Lindsay May – Dwell Differently Podcast

Spiritual Renewal Listen to The Truly Co on the Dwell Differently Podcast The Truly Co Founder Lindsay May is on the Dwell Differently podcast this month. You might recognize Dwell Differently from Truly Magazine's Intentionality Issue. Dwell offers monthly scripture membership to help you grow in your faith.  Head on...

The Gospel Everywhere

The Gospel Everywhere An invitation to pause and look Growing up, my family watched movies together. We’d be sitting close to each other on the couch, with our popcorn and drinks, and my dad would pause whatever was on the screen and interrupt with a question. “Do you see the sacrifice...

When Your Deepest Desires Are Unfulfilled

In this episode of The Truly Co Podcast, host Lindsay May talks with Hope Johnson about finding satisfaction in Christ when your desires aren’t being fulfilled. Hope Johnson is a writer and podcaster in Upstate New York who has a passion for encouraging single Christian women.  She also hosts Hope...

Following God’s Call When You Don’t Feel Qualified

In this episode of The Truly Co Podcast,  host Lindsay May talks with Carol Lund--a Christian visionary, leader, and mentor, who is also a wife, mother of five, and grandmother of thirteen.  As the Director of Bridging the Gap Women’s Ministries and the Department of Women’s Ministries for the Minnesota...

Faithfulness in the Quiet

Faithfulness in the Quiet An invitation to participate in the present When you think about slow seasons, what comes to mind? Does it feel quiet, mundane, even painfully dull? Maybe you’re waiting for the right job or longing for something new. Honestly, if I’m not careful in the slower seasons,...

How To Love a Friend Experiencing a Hard Time

Kendra Roehl has sought to live out that advice as a social worker, foster parent, mother of five, public speaker, and author. She earned a master’s degree in social work and naturally became a defender of those in need, serving others through hospice, low-income housing, and veterans affairs programs. Kendra...

Transformation in the Journey

The year 2019 was going to be when I read through the Bible in its entirety. Having studied the Bible for over two decades, I still hadn’t read every word. To keep growing in my faith, it seemed like the next right step. My endeavor started from a place of...

Behind The Scenes With Truly’s Art Director

This week we're pulling back the curtains to give you another behind-the-scenes peek at The Truly Co. We are thrilled for you to meet our Art Director, Kristi Ellison. If you've held a copy of Truly magazine in your hands and admired the layout and overall visual tone, you know...

Three Ways to Stay Grounded in Your Calling

Three Ways to Stay Grounded in Your Calling What has God rested on your heart? What has he laid in your hands? What is his distinct call for you? He has tasked you with something special, a calling all your own. This calling is a gift, though it isn’t always...

Self-Care, Mental Health, and the Church with Jenni Kahmeyer

In this episode, Jenni Kahmeyer, a licensed mental health counselor and writer for The Truly Co, speaks on the necessity of self-care and the topic of mental health. Self-care is really about self-compassion and treating ourselves well. She explores the history of mental health issues in the church and some...

Identity in Christ

Identity can almost feel like a buzzword in both secular and Christian circles these days. So much so that it begins to lose meaning and even importance. Our senses become dulled to its very notion. I assure you, however, it is important—and if it’s not to you, it should be....

The Art of Remembering: Finding God in Our Suffering

In this episode, Leah Andrade shares her incredible journey of discovering God’s goodness, faithfulness, and redeeming power in her life through her journey as an immigrant from Guatemala as a young child. When Leah became a single mom unexpectedly, an older woman befriended her, stirring a passion and desire someday...

God-Given Tension

It’s a little unnerving when a book of the Bible gets all up in our business. Reading through Solomon’s realizations in the book of Ecclesiastes is like having someone put words to deeply felt truths and insecurities. It’s at once an uncomfortable exposure and consoling company. The author sums up...

Becoming Interruptible with Deidre Braley

Deidre Braley is a Title 1 teacher and instructional strategist at an elementary school in Maine. She enjoys leisurely breakfasts, throwing dinner parties, and writing for her blog The Second Cup. She also writes for Truly Magazine. In this episode, Deidre talks with Truly Co Podcast host Lindsay May about...

The Gift of Mentoring

I sat teary-eyed at my laptop, frustrated and concerned about some friendship struggles my daughter was having. Carefully, I crafted an email asking my associate pastor’s wife if she had time to meet. “I’d love to get your advice,” I typed.  She responded the next day, and soon I found...

Unifying Our Hearts To God with Monica Ritchie

In this episode of The Truly Co Podcast, Monica Ritchie and Lindsay May talk about the importance of understanding God, scripture, and our belief systems. Our belief systems are a vacuum. If we don't fill them with something, our belief systems will be filled for us by the world around...

The Prescription for My Pain

“Mom, I don’t want to do this,” she pleaded through tears. “You have to, love,” I said. “This medicine will help make you well.” My daughter, ten years old at the time, had developed a skin infection all over the back of her legs that required antibiotics to treat. We...

Everything you need to know about writing for Truly magazine

Are you a writer? Are you interested in submitting content for possible publication in Truly magazine? Or, are you just curious about how each magazine issue comes to life? This episode is for YOU! Editorial Content Director Brianna Gray and Publisher Lindsay May will be talking about something unique to Truly magazine in this...

Seeking Answers

“You make known to me the path of life; you will fill me with joy in your presence, with eternal pleasures at your right hand” (Psalm 16:11). The phone rings. It’s just the eye doctor. I send the call to voice mail and surrender to tears. Please, Father. Give me...

Women’s Health And Empowerment Across The Globe

This week, HER (Himalayan Entrepreneur Resources) US co-directors Krystal Gail and Rachel Skoog speak about their groundbreaking project serving women in Nepal on this episode of The Truly Co. Podcast. This episode is a testimony of what can happen when everyday women take a step of faith. Rachel Skoog is...

When Intentionality Disappoints

When Intentionality Disappoints A call to reexamine our expectations of friendships. By Nadya Ivanova The house had been cleaned, the lemon squares had been baked, and soon, my roommate and I would be hosting our biweekly ladies Bible study. Two hours before we were supposed to start, though, the messages...

Making Sense of Scripture with Rachel Smith

We're thrilled to welcome Rachel Smith to The Truly Co podcast on this week's episode. Rachel is a Truly magazine writer, with articles included in Truly's leadership and unity issues. In addition, Rachel is a Midwest mom who doubles as a Master's student at Pillar Seminary and is passionate about...

Loving Others Well through Simple Acts of Generosity

An email landed in my inbox with a simple request to provide a meal to a family in need. My instant reaction: “I am too overwhelmed to add another task to my plate.” So I did nothing. My decision didn’t sit well as the days went by. I know the...

Meet Truly Magazine’s Cover Artist For The Intentionality Issue

Get a behind-the-scenes look at Truly magazine's intentionality issue cover art, and the artist's inspiration. Artist Courtney Feia is based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and shares her journey of staying grounded in her faith through creative works. Courtney is a lifelong multi-disciplinary artist working out of her home studio in...

Breaking The Comparison Cycle with Julie Fisk

Julie Fisk left a 15-year-career legal career to follow her childhood dream of becoming an author. She has co-authored six books, including The One Year Daily Acts of Friendship Devotional. Together with her co-founders of the Ruth Experience, Julie connects with thousands of women online through the journey of seeking and living...

Partnering in the Pruning

    The Holy Spirit often speaks to me in metaphors throughout my everyday. I like to think of it as our own little personal language and way of communicating. Recently, while taking a walk with my daughter at the tail end of the summer, I noticed my window boxes...

Cultivating Healthy Boundaries Featuring Lucrecia Slater

In this episode of The Truly Co Podcast, host Lindsay May chats with Lucrecia Slater, social worker, veteran, and author, about her article in Truly magazine's unity issue, "Cultivating Healthy Boundaries." After serving in the military for 13 years, Lucrecia Slater chased her passion of becoming a published author and...

Difficult Season, Same God: How God Sustains Us In Our Pain

Have you ever found yourself in the midst of a hard season wishing it would just go away? One day in March, my husband, Frank, came home from work complaining of feeling ill, but we both wrote it off as him needing rest and hydration. As the days passed, it...