Sometimes on social media it’s easy to get weighed down by tragic news headlines, negative comments and attitudes from other people, or even just the monotony of hearing the same voices over and over again.
Here’s a list of 20 Christian women who are filling social media with encouragement, hope, and important perspectives on issues in the world. Their voices will likely lift your eyes to what really matters, make you think more biblically, and gently remind you that your perspective isn’t the only one.
And yes, there are many more I could add to this list and would love to hear your input as well! I could go on and on, but for the purposes of this article, I limited myself to just twenty.
I’ll start by sharing links for you to find and follow four women I’ve had the privilege of meeting in person. For the remaining sixteen on the list, visit this article I wrote for iBelieve.com.
Hopefully you’ll recognize some of them from our weekly Five Minute Friday link-ups and also meet some new friends along the way!
Carolina Hinojosa-Cisneros is a Tejana poet, writer, blogger, and book reviewer. She writes about a variety of issues and topics, primarily relating to “the gristle of family and faith.” Her poetry and other writings have appeared in dozens of publications, both online and in print.
Carolina loves cheering for and championing others, and is a lavish spreader of grace.
Patrice Gopo is an essayist with a keen ability to depict societal issues and bridge cultural gaps through her writing. Her work has appeared in a variety of publications, including The New York Times, The Washington Post, and Christianity Today.
The daughter of Jamaican immigrants, Patrice Gopo was born and raised in a predominantly white environment in Anchorage, Alaska. She draws from her experience to thoughtfully address topics relating to race, immigration, and belonging. Her first published essay collection will release in the summer of 2018.
Vivian Mabuni is a dynamic Asian American speaker and author of Warrior In Pink: A Story of Cancer, Community and the God Who Comforts (Discovery House Publishers, 2014). She has spoken at a number of events, including the If:Gathering in Austin, Texas, and various Cru (formerly Campus Crusade for Christ) gatherings.
She has a passion for teaching the Bible, and shares a vision with her husband to raise up and equip the next generation of godly leaders to positively influence the world with the gospel of Christ.
Alice William is a writer and blogger at Walking in the Word, where she shares her love for God’s Word and helps readers meditate on and memorize Scripture. She offers regular memory verse challenges and blog series related to the study of Scripture. Born and raised in India, Alice now lives in New England and works as a software/web developer.
Who else would you add to this list? I could go on and on, but I was limited to twenty for the purposes of this article. So grateful for the voices that are contributing in such positive and uplifting ways online.
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