Photo by ‘Simon Davis/DFID On a cool April day this spring, Malala Yousafzai stood on a stage in New York City, and was named the youngest ever UN Messenger of Peace, one of the highest honors that can be awarded by the United Nations. As she accepted the award she emphasized what has become her message…Details
In the deadly wake of hurricane Harvey this past month, 600 women literally and figuratively answered the call. This small army of everyday mothers were key leaders in organizing the Hurricane Harvey Rescue Dispatchers (HHRD). Together, they successfully helped rescue over 20,000 people. A few of the heroes include: Lisa Rochelle Zuniga (32) stay-at-home mother…Details
I have two beautiful children. I am grateful for them, and they bring joy and love into my life every day. I am grateful for the opportunity to have carried them, birthed them, and to love them. However, I have also had nine miscarriages. This means nine times…Details
Listen as Laura Lofgreen talks to Carolina Allen about life and the founding of Big Ocean, her feelings on Faith, Family, and Motherhood.
In each of our lives there are seasons of plenty and seasons of paucity. For Hayley Smith, a lengthy season of illness and pain led her to knowledge and experiences that prepared her for an abundant life of service. Through her organization, Lifting Hands International, launched in February 2016, Hayley extends aid to individuals and…Details
Four years ago, Rachael Haberman looked at her mother on the way home from a puberty class and asked a question. “Mom, what do women and girls do if they can’t afford to buy these things (pads)?” “I didn’t have an answer,” her mother, April Haberman said, continuing, “and honestly, I had never thought…Details