Discover and invest in your innate talents and strengths so you can develop healthier relationships, make better decisions and grow into a more effective leader.
I wrote Women at War in 2013 to address the harm of toxic female relationships and to offer hope and help to those who have been hurt.
Are you afraid of death? I was too. Let me share with you what I learned about overcoming the fear of death and how I get through the "death days."
God reveals His glory and brings His healing through both light and sound.
Have you ever thought about how your body is a healing machine? If things are in alignment, it will naturally heal.
Receiving bad news is never easy. Shock comes quickly and so many unanswered questions often overwhelm us.
Thanks for celebrating my journey with me!
Hearing God's voice and sharing what you hear for the purpose of encouraging another is the gift of prophecy in operation.
What we call "Good Friday" would most certainly have been "Bad Friday" for the disciples.
Waiting on a breakthrough? Things getting worse rather than better? Then hold on. It’s hottest right before the breakthrough.
I love fresh starts. Don’t you? There’s something awesome about the opportunity to clear the decks and begin again.
I am so excited to introduce you to another friend, and Brave Strong Girl Mentor, Kerrie Oles.
Every Battle is a new song of victory by Rita Springer, recently released on a Gateway Create project called Voices.
I am so excited to introduce you to another friend, and Brave Strong Girl Mentor, Kristin Lemus.
Most of us have good intentions to study and read our Bible but often find our daily devotional reading inconsistent.
I am so excited to introduce you to my friend, and our first Brave Strong Girl Mentor, Rebecca Carroll.
Mentoring is fundamentally about hope. It has a natural stance that looks ahead and prophecies about what could be.
Maybe you are like me, facing some significant challenges that are bigger than your ability to "work" your way out of.
Mentoring is fundamentally about building trust in a relationship. It is often accomplished through an informal network of connections and needs.
Have you ever wanted to pray for someone but held back because you were nervous or unsure how to proceed?
Sharing simple tips about how to (and how not to) pray for the sick.
By the grace of God, I became determined to figure out who I was and how I was going to define myself.
My husband so sweetly told me this week that he was proud of me and that I was brave and strong.
Sometimes I wonder if the topic of women in leadership is the “final frontier” of our day.
Most of the time I find I am uncomfortable. I think this springs from a life-long fight with fear and insecurity.
My to do list has become my "I can't do it anymore" list. Or maybe it's become an "I don't want to" list, or God forbid, maybe even an "I won't" list.
I recently walked into a meeting room where about 100 people were gathering for a conference. Was there a place for me?
I turned to God in desperation and began to inquire; Where's my place?
It’s so frustrating when a leader doesn’t know how to or simply refuses to lead in a manner that empowers others to work toward success.
Women At War
Women at War revolutionizes the value women place on their own gender and the way they treat one another. Through Jan Greenwood's insightful teaching you will be inspired to find effective ways …
Living Rightside Up
You don’t have to live out the story that others are writing for you. Living Rightside Up strips away the lies you may have bought into and challenges you to start seeing yourself the way God sees you.