The Redbud Post

The Redbud Post is a monthly, online magazine written by the members of Redbud Writers Guild.

The Redbud Post provides thoughtful, biblical, and feminine perspectives on literature, theology, church, ministry, leadership and culture. The Redbud Post informs, counsels, and challenges readers with articles and blog posts, thoughtful essays, poetry, interviews and much more. Redbud writers cover topics such as current news, cultural issues, parenting challenges, health and food, family life, biblical exposition, women in the church and women in leadership.


  1. a Vision, Mission and Values centered around faith in Christ
  2. a much-needed feminine perspective in faith and culture
  3. quality content
  4. content that communicates with respect and love
  5. a spirit of non-competition and of building up one another
  6. commitment to community; creation and safe-keeping
  7. honest and compelling content which encourages and affirms the feminine experience

Edited By

JoHannah Reardon

Blessed Sadness

Blessed Sadness

I began reading a book this fall titled Healing Through the Dark Emotions, where author Miriam Greenspan offers insights into the healing properties of what many of us deem “negative” emotions. She argues, from a mostly secular and therapeutic viewpoint, that...

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Against the Grain

Against the Grain

When I got the email, it felt like a slap in the face. A cold, disembodied feeling stole over me. All I could say was, “Oh.” My husband and I had recently been embroiled in a debate with our church over the role of women in leadership. With his full support and...

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Life in the Slow Lane

Life in the Slow Lane

When I was in high school and college, I drove really fast (did you know a 1983 Toyota Tercel shakes when you approach 80?). Over the years, I’d slowed down, but still cruised over the speed limit. But on July 2, 2007, I started driving the speed limit. It wasn’t a...

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