The Redbud Post
Happy New Year! Welcome to 2024. There's going to be some changes around here starting next month as we move to Substack and become The Redbud Hyphen. Our guild president, Dorina Lazo-Gilmore Young will be telling you more about that soon. Meanwhile, we want to...
Our heavenly Father knew exactly what every living thing would need to survive and created the Earth with these needs in mind.
I am sick, isolated, feeling hopeless. The world tells me I am unwanted, unloved, worse; unneeded. That I am useless, a drain on society’s resources, on my caring husband’s time. A waste of space and breath. It does not say these things out loud or in full, but...
“Do you always read to your kids like that?” she queried. My friend was referring to my rendition of a Dr. Seuss classic delivered at tongue-twister speed from a rocking chair in the church nursery: “Would you like them in a house? Would you like them with a mouse?...
We live on a sand dune high above Lake Michigan. Over time, the landscape changes entirely, eroded and caressed by calm and storm alike. Mostly rugged, sometimes docile, its environment is never static, always blowing, moving, and changing in westerly gales that...
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.
- a vision, mission, and values centered around faith in Christ
- a much-needed feminine perspective in faith and culture
- quality content
- content that communicates with respect and love
- a spirit of non-competition and of building up one another
- commitment to community, creativity, and safe-keeping
- honest and compelling content which encourages and affirms the feminine experience