Author: thesheisproject

The Still, Small Voice – Jenn’s Story

I said the ‘sinner’s’ prayer alone in my room after a Harvest Crusade when I was 13 years old. I had always known there was a God, the way most children instinctively know, but I didn’t know about salvation or Jesus or any of those things or even what those words were. I wondered and worried about eternity often as a young child, which was a little odd as church and the Bible were not …

I’m In Over My Head – Karli’s Story

I’m In Over My Head – Karli’s Story

I don’t remember a time when I didn’t know who Jesus was and that He was my friend who lived in my heart. As a little girl, I clearly heard His whispers of love and calling and I said a whole hearted yes. I was confident in who I was. I remember my parents saying of me; “She’s such a leader” (I know that my siblings and cousins just thought I was bossy!) But because …

In Scarlet Etched – Erica’s Story

In Scarlet Etched – Erica’s Story

From Beyond the galaxies you were birthed, And yet somehow you lost your worth. A golden seal in scarlet etched, don’t forget. Don’t forget. Violet Jean Frost The first time I was sexually abused I was not yet five, the next time I was a little older, the time after that I was in my teens and it didn’t stop there. It was as though I had a target on me and I had become …

The She Is Project – Live: A Christmas Celebration

DATE AND TIME Thu, December 6, 2018 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM AEDT LOCATION The Lodge Mount Keira Scout Camp Mount Keira Road Mount Keira, NSW 2500 It’s time to celebrate! Join us for a glass of bubbles, delicious summer treats, stories that will make you smile and a night that will remind you that joy is contagious. Tickets will sell quickly so grab a few girlfriends and buy your tickets today. We can’t wait …

Adriel’s Story—Grace like Scarlett – Finding God in the Wake of Grief after Miscarriage

Adriel’s Story—Grace like Scarlett – Finding God in the Wake of Grief after Miscarriage

For days I felt empty. But afraid to articulate my feelings, I dismissed them instead—searching for comfort in the possibility that the sudden change I felt was really just the mark between trimesters. They say that once you’ve seen your baby’s heartbeat, your chances of losing her diminish to between 3-5%. We had seen her through an ultrasound only weeks before—healthy, strong, growing right on track. I knew the statistics. I knew the probability. But …