Interviews

Milk and Honey Magazine interviews Erin Weidemann, the founder of the book series Bible Belles, on faith, overcoming cancer, and writing her book series!

Bible Belles

Erin Weidemann, creator and author of Bible Belles, is a five-time cancer survivor and a total warrior for Christ. The heavily popular book series she created is everything your 5 year old self would adore, as it highlights women in the Bible who were strong, confident, and inwardly beautiful in the eyes of Christ. Erin does a fabulous job of narrating the stories to present the women (Hannah, Esther, Abigail, Ruth, Deborah) as the perfect role models, which is ironic because Erin is one of OUR role models!


Milk and Honey Magazine interview with author Kristin Schell about her new book, The Turquoise Table, which encourages women to focus on community in their neighborhoods!

The Turquoise Table

Kristin Schell simply wanted to get to know her neighbors. When she moved to her neighborhood in Austin, Texas, several years ago, she saw garage doors go up and down, but never saw an actual neighbor. Craving a simple way to connect with others around her, she took a mistaken delivery as her talisman – a picnic table she ordered for her backyard was delivered to her front yard – under the magnolia tree right by the curb. She decided to paint it Nifty Turquoise, leave it in the front, and the #FrontYardPeople movement was born.


Milk and Honey Magazine interviews Christian author Sara Hagerty on her new book, Unseen: The Gift of being Hidden in a World that Loves to be Noticed

The Gift of Being Hidden

Every heart longs to be seen and understood. Yet most of our lives go unwitnessed.

We may think we are “wasting” ourselves in a hidden corner today: the cubicle on the fourth floor, hospital bedside of an elderly parent, laundry room. But these are the places God uses to meet us with a radical love. These are the places that produce the kind of unhinged love in us that gives everything at His feet, whether or not anyone else ever proclaims our name, whether or not anyone else ever sees.


Milk and Honey Magazine interviews blogger Amanda of Thirty-Four Seven on her travels, favorite recipes, and passion for DIY projects!

Thirty-Four Seven

25-year-old Amanda Jacobson is basically the best friend you've always wanted. We're talkin' the real deal, here, gals. Not only is she a party planning extraordinaire with DIY skills comparable to Joanna Gaines, she's also highly adept in the latest fashion trends (many pieces of which were thrifted at crazy bargains) and she travels enough to have her own Travel Channel sitcom.


Milk and Honey Magazine interviews Christy Wright, the author of Business Boutique, on how women can make money doing what they love using their God-given talents!

Business Boutique

Christy Wright has unlocked the answer to the question we're all dying to know: How can we make money doing what we love? In Christy's book, Business Boutique: A Woman's Guide for Making Money Doing What She Loves, she uncovers a step-by-step, customized plan to take those ideas from our dreams into our everyday actions. There is a movement of women stepping into their God-given gifts to make money doing what they love, and this handbook allows


Milk and Honey Magazine expresses the beauty of finding Jesus through tough struggles, even as tough as fertility. Blogger and Christian wife Megan Seager explains the importance of sharing experiences with others to offer encouragement.

Praising ✞ Amongst Infertility

Wife, teacher, and actress Megan Seager is as bright as the sun: with a cheery smile, a warm heart, and a natural ability to make strangers feel like close friends. Having gotten married almost three years ago, Megan knew she eventually wanted to have a family.


Milk and Honey Magazine advice on expecting mothers preparing for their newborn baby, including practical relationship advice and Bible verses!

Preparing For Baby

Babies sure are cute, but they don't come with an instruction manual! Becoming a new mother is one of the most exciting, and scary, times of a womans life. Anticipating mother Lu Wojciechowski is feeling both of those emotions and more - and she was kind enough to share her experience of "preparing for baby" for all our expecting mothers! Enjoy!


Milk and Honey Magazine interview with the author Kendra of Here Goes Nothing: An Introvert's Reckless Attempt to Love Her Neighbor! She explains the importance of faith, courage, and love in this Q&A!

Here Goes Nothing

How does an introvert love her neighbor? That's the question that Kendra Broekhuis--newly returned from living overseas with her husband and baby daughter--set out to answer.


Milk and Honey Magazine interview with Barbara Rainey, the founder of the Christian shop Ever Thine Home. Barbara discusses her book, Letters to My Daughters: The Art of Being a Wife.

The Art of Being a Wife

Marriage is a beautiful thing, but it's not always easy! Barbara Rainey, author of Letters to My Daughters: The Art of Being a Wife, was kind enough to chat with M&H about the ins and outs of marriage. As her daughters began their married lives, Barbara wanted to share with them, and now you, some of the lessons learn


Milk and Honey Magazine article with author Lauren Miller on her new book All Things New about overcoming anxiety and stress with help from Jesus!

Q&A: All Things New

Struggling with anxiety is hard enough, but as Christians, there’s an added level of stigma attached to it: as if our anxiousness stems from a lack of trust in God, or an immature faith. It’s a dilemma no one understands more than author Lauren Miller.


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