Aspire News & Articles

Many were refreshed in the stillness of God’s presence, writes Ellen Redman
Mum-of-three Julia Lawton thought her life was over when her husband died suddenly. But she discovered that God had other plans
Libby Holt left a piece of her heart in Kenya after a mission trip. She encourages others to do the same
Leanne Mallet speaks to Katie Wright, the newest member of the Aspire team.
Jesus waits for you to come to him because he has things to reveal and challenges to make of you, explains Margaret Peat.
It is better to learn to be ‘still’ than to try to work everything out, writes Leanne Mallett.
You inherited a Jesus status and there’s an entourage with it, writes Beki Nicholls.
Hereford Elim’s Shashikala Lambert turned to Christ from Hinduism after a vivid dream that left her filled with a supernatural love.
Cathy Madavan looks at four facets of a diamond and encourages us to dig deeper to discover more about ourselves.
When City Gates, llford, began a prayer vigil for a hospitalised worship leader a whole new season began, writes Bunmi Adekeye.
500 women attended the launch of Fierce, a new Aspire regional conference for Wales, as Ellen Redman reports.
One Elim project is reaching into the neediest parts of society to offer practical help, as Ali Camp explains.
Anxiety has tried to hold Shannon back for years. But through the strength of God’s Word, she is able to preach and teach.
Never give up on the dreams God has placed in your heart, urges Jen Baker.
Trusting God isn’t just about our words, but our actions, writes Rachel Gibson.
When God told new mum Becky Davies to ‘get out of the church’, a whole new world was to open up.
God is waiting for women to come forward and fight for change, says Ellen Redman.
Too often we look at opportunities from God and focus on our capabilities rather than having confidence in the Lord.
Joining women together for a regional celebration - knowing we are fiercely loved, knowing we can fiercely love.
There are many people who are willing to encourage others, but what about those people who inspire?
What does faith look like in the workplace? It’s who you are more than what you do, says Liz Newton, a Gynaecology Specialist Nurse
Watch out for the new young adult team from Aspire with a heart for women's ministry.
Do you ever feel the demands of church and family get too much? You might not be alone.
Not too many students at Regents Theological College are trained in leading extreme jungle expeditions. Natasha Jesson shares her story.
Our churches are full of women who serve in a humble way without the trappings of superstar celebrity, says Jo Marks.
Aspire, Elim's national women's ministry, invites you to Inspired - a day conference in Manchester
Life isn't always easy but the Word of God can be our anchor in tough times, says Porth Elim's Miriam Jenkins.
Donna Clatworthy-Kitson has learned the peace and love of God in a new way during the long-term illness of her daughter Mollie.
With a drug addict mum and dad, experts say Kirkholt Community Church member Adelle Howells should have life issues. But her faith has proved them wrong.
Being inspirational isn’t just about smashing world records or grand gestures. It can happen in daily life, urges Leanne Mallett.
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