How many of us are waiting? Have been waiting for 5, 10, 30 years for something? Now, of course we should always follow God and not move ahead of His voice. But He is not a chauffeur. Looking at a woman from the Bible, Tamar, we see an example of a woman who went after her blessing.Read More
This is the second Friday in Women’s History Month, where I will point out a significant woman from the Bible: Eve. The Bible doesn’t give us a lot about her, but there is more about her in Scripture than we realize….Read More
Oftentimes women think that God doesn’t care about their success, or that they don’t have a place- and they feel quarantined into the children or women’s ministries. And this causes them to be concerned about their stewardship to Christ, when their talents aren’t’ being utilized.
This is not a feminist profile of women being better than men, but rather, Seele Magazine Editor, Ally aims to show how God used Paul AND a group of women to establish the first Christian church in Europe.
The new film “Little Women” out today is the classic American story of love and family. It follows the lives of four sisters, of their challenges, hopes and dreams.Read More
Rose Tchwenko works for CARE, an organization within a worldwide movement dedicated to ending poverty. They are known everywhere for our unshakeable commitment to the dignity of people. Rose opens up about the issues facing young girls in Malawi, a landlocked country in southeast Africa.Read More
Deeqo Shire is a representative of Integrate UK. She specializes on issues from female genital mutilation (FGM), to radicalisation, gang culture and countering violent extremism. She has represented Integrate at many significant meetings including meetings with former British Prime Minister David Cameron and the current Prime Minister Theresa May. Deeqo has also spoken at the first FGM conference in Edinburgh.
She shares the importance of bringing to light the importance of FGM.Read More
The CARE Global Leaders Network is working in Africa to bring food security. About half of the population of Southern Africa struggles every day to find enough food to eat, and more than 12 million children under age 5 are malnourished.Read More
Tessy de Nassau is a modern woman, who is not like most of us, but then again she is. She married into the Luxembourg royal family and held a royal title, but she’s still the same person with a heart for people. And as she transitions into the season of life she’s in now, she finds herself busy, like most women, balancing her family and work responsibilities. A mother of two boys, an army veteran, and an activist, Tessy brings attention to various issues near and dear to her heart.Read More
LIVING BLUE is a catalyst to improve conditions for women. In Bangladesh they are benefitting women artisans who make scarves and designs, which are sold in the West. The profit supports these women artisans and their families. The project has increased wages, food and nutrition security and health for more than 7500 families in 121 rural communities across Bangladesh.Read More
Recently, Seele interviewed, Beth Solomon, the Managing Director of External Affairs and Development for the Network. The interview was done in conjunction with a reception that the Network held last night at the Embassy of Afghanistan in Washington, DC, supporting Afghan Girls and Their Dreams.Read More
Christy Wright is a best selling author and host of the podcast, Business Boutique. Christy is passionate about equipping women with the knowledge and steps they need to successfully run and grow a business. Today is Women's Entrepreneurship Day, is a day that recognizes women's entrepreneurs, and Christy answers 3 questions about women going into business.Read More
Interview with South Korean civil servant, Seong Ju Park. Seong Ju opens up about work, men, Korean culture, her family history from North Korea, Korean bbq, and her love for Spain.Read More
Tameika Isaac Devine, is a practicing attorney, an elected official, an entrepreneur, professional speaker, and best-selling author. She and her husband Jamie, lost their son, and Tameika shares her experience in this Seele Magazine interview.Read More
It’s a woman's first job to get to know herself and the first and only way to truly get to know who you are is to find out from your Creator.Read More
Tanja Tomic is one of Macedonia’s leading public policy experts. She has been elected to various leadership positions, both municipally and nationally, her most recent one being a member of Macedonia's Parliament.Read More
American but Berlin based celebrity make-up artist, Sophia Lenore, talks fashion and beauty, and women’s empowerment.Read More
To the Market, founded by CEO, Jane Mosbacher Morris, economically empowers vulnerable women through artisan enterprise. They connect artisan groups employing survivors of abuse, conflict, and disease to consumers and businesses seeking social impact products.Read More
Victoria Bridges has been a documentary filmmaker for most of her career. She’s half American, having gone to Harvard University, but she lives in the UK with her husband and daughter. Now she’s heading up a chapter of Global Girl Media in London.Read More
Women for Women International was started in 1993. Since its conception, the global organization has helped over 429,000 marginalized women in countries affected by war and conflict.Read More