Denise Stair-Armstrong and I enjoy another conversation heart to heart about our views on Mary, the mother of the Messiah. In our different walks we have both experienced a profound understanding and revelation on the surrendered heart and call...
Read Lauren's Interviews
This week I am joined by Brandi the co – founder of Beauty for Ashes Uganda. We talk about transparency, being women who create safe places. Forgetting the sense of “other” and connecting through the reality that “you are...
Violence against men is a reality not often spoken about. In this week’s podcast, I am joined by Rebecca Kotz, an advocate against sexual exploitation and abuse, of men and women. We talk about the prevention of men’s violence...
Lauren's Writing Portfolio
I have been a freelance journalist and writer since 2011. I love writing stories, profiling extraordinary people and sharing truth, poetry and magical stories. This section features my latest contributions and some of my past writing work. Take a look and I hope that one of these articles will be a blessing to you!Full Portfolio
Yehudit, Chosen by God-By Lauren Jacobs
As a daughter of Israel, Yehudit has always loved and trusted in Yahweh, the God of her people. But personal tragedy and the threat of a mighty enemy pose challenges to her faith. God is with her and will use her in her weakness to deliver an entire nation from evil. Accompany Yehudit on her journey from being a young girl defeated by tragedy to becoming a mighty warrior. Along the way, you will discover how the same God who strengthened her can heal your own wounds and shape your destiny. (Also available in Afrikaans.)
Latest Blog Posts
My blog is a small, sanctified space where I share some musing heart beats.
My Gendercide Fight
It is a regular practice to hold down a baby girl’s tiny form under the basin’s water, her life discarded because she was born a female.
Many women will never bear their own children,
but they will still be moms, perhaps for an orphan,
or as a mentor because moms come in different forms.
Not Visiting, Remaining
He whispers the truth and it resounds,
“My promises do not visit, they remain.”