Alice William is a wife and programmer with a passion for writing. She started Walking in Word by journaling her Bible Studies. She enjoys studying God’s word and is often amazed by the way God reveals His wisdom through them. Her desire is to encourage other women in their walk with God with words that He has used to strengthen her own walk with Him. Her passion for this blog has always been to share with women what she has learned from God’s word, how it has changed her spiritual walk and encourage them in their walk with God. Download Alice’s free eBook Lessons from Joel - Discovering a God of Second Chances here.

Jessica Galán believes hope triumphs over heartache. She blogs on the importance of having a malleable heart and mindset. By day, she teaches social studies and English as a Second language to teenagers. Her stories are featured on, The Perennial Gen, and (in)Courage.  
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Julia Cho blogs at Studies in Hope. On her widely-read blog, Dear Audrey, she chronicled her grief process after the sudden death of her husband. Her writing has been published by the parenting blog of The New York Times, Elephant Journal, Modern Loss, and others.
Nylse Esahc is a Christian wife and a mother of four who currently resides in Los Angeles, CA. Originally from the Bahamas, she lived in New York prior to relocating to the West Coast. She is a Christian Blogger who writes to encourage others from a Godly perspective at She recently published her first book: My Best Marriage Advice: How To Thrive In Your Marriage. Nylse never turns down the opportunity for conversation over a hot cup of tea.

Shannon Whitehead is a North Carolina native living in the Atlanta, Georgia area. She is a Content Director by day and a blogger, book reviewer, foodie, and graduate student by night. You can follow her on social media: @shansometimes She writes here, click here.

Tammy Mashburn is a writer suffering from a chronic neurological disease, Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome, a form of Dysautonomia Disorder, and bone degeneration. Refusing to let suffering define her, she writes from the perspective of wilderness and not desperation. To learn more about Tammy, click here.

Quantrilla Ard (affectionately known as Quanny), hails from the DC metropolitan area. A passionate creative at heart, she has answered the call to encourage women in all stages of life and of various backgrounds through empathy, transparency, and love. Because she leads a full life as a wife, stay-at-home mom, doctoral student, and entrepreneur, Quanny often finds herself in the thick of problem-solving at any given moment. Her spiritual goals and her love for Christ propel her quest to share her journey with other women- to walk alongside them and encourage them with words, deeds, and wisdom. Quanny blogs here: The PhD Mama.