Your Legacy Starts Now

By Stefanie Boyles
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

Before the start of a new year, I take some time to reflect on the previous year. What were highlights from each month? How do I feel each area of my life is doing, like my relationships and personal health and spiritual growth? What lessons have I learned?…

The Battle of Body Image

By Jana White 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co.  

We live in a world that is obsessed with outward appearance. Everything we look at puts forth an expectation for us—for our bodies, our faces, our hair, and our makeup. There is likely some lie that we have bought into that has led us down a road of self-critiquing our own bodies to possibly even a destination of contempt for the way we look.…

Rahab: We All Have a Story

By Melissa Holmquist
Guest Contributor 

We all love stories don’t we? Just look at how many versions of the movie Cinderella have been made. Why? We love that story! We’ve all felt like Cinderella – unfairly treated, overworked, under-appreciated, abused, ignored, scorned.  And then, POOF, bibbity-bobbity-boo, her fairy godmother appears out of nowhere and her life is changed forever!…

More Than Airbrushed

By Sarah Morrison
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co.  

As of 2017, the beauty industry was worth 445 billion dollars. The current highest paid model makes 22 million dollars a year. Beauty Youtubers reportedly make over 100 thousand dollars a month.…

The Strength of Biblical Femininity

By Sarah Morrison 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co.

A dear friend of mine just gave birth to a lovely little girl. She’s the first girl in the family, and it is enchanting to see how everyone is doting over this tiny bundle. That baby will always be the best dressed in the room. She will always be pointed to the God that made her. Her brothers and father will fiercely protect her from any semblance of harm, and her mother will model godliness to her, exemplifying Christ in her ways.  

I am thrilled at the privilege to watch on as these things take place, and to love this girl earnestly.…

A Woman's Place


By Sarah Morrison 
Staff Writer for The Daily Grace Co. 

I love listening to music from the mid 20th century era, particularly when the mundanity of administrative work is upon me. Earbuds in, plodding away at the keys at my old job, I listened to Ray Charles croon about his woman.