2023-11-20T09:29:00+00:00By Becky Hunter-Kelm
Coach Estelle Wallace partners with Jesus to teach people to approach their wellness holistically
2023-11-14T08:30:00+00:00By Deanna Fletcher
Writer and broadcaster Deanna Fletcher encourages us all to think through who’s in our corner when it comes to our careers.
2023-10-23T16:26:00+01:00By Alex Noel
Lucinda Croft spoke with Alex Noel about how God led her to set up The Wholesome Warehouse, a charity that tackles the needs of the most vulnerable in West Sussex
2023-10-16T08:30:00+01:00By Alex Noel
As Holly Willoughby quits her presenting job at This Morning after 14 years, Alex Noel asks how the rest of us know when it’s time to hand in our notice.
2023-09-25T08:51:00+01:00By Jemimah Wright
Jemimah Wright spoke to Sotonye Odugbemi about the origins of her business, Daughters of Botany, as well as her deep-rooted faith
2023-09-25T07:39:00+01:00By Jane Knoop
Rita Mbanga, a producer with Sunrise Animation Studios, talks about growing up in a politically turbulent Zimbabwe and why freedom of speech and authentic storytelling is in her blood
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2023-09-15T08:30:00+01:00By Rachel Pearce
Rachel Pearce shares her key dos and don’ts for anyone who’s struggling with a tricky workmate.
2023-08-31T11:40:00+01:00By Becky Hunter-Kelm
Tiffany Accardi is the founder of the worldwide women’s community movement Gals That Brunch, which involves 100,000 women, spans six continents, 12 countries, 150 cities and 35 states – and is constantly growing! She spoke to Becky Hunter-Kelm about her difficult childhood, her career and ministry journey, and her heart for placing the lonely in family
2023-08-11T08:30:00+01:00By Lauren Windle
Lauren Windle shares her tips for connecting with other professionals in a way that doesn’t feel shallow and draining.
2023-08-03T08:30:00+01:00By Lizzie Hutchison
Advertising copywriter Lizzie Hutchison shares the advertising campaigns that surprisingly share a Christian message.
2023-06-29T08:30:00+01:00By Rachel Pearce
Money shouldn’t be a taboo subject, says Rachel Pearce, but lending to others without expecting repayment is a biblical precept.
A Christian Bookshop in Marlborough started 30 years ago from a women’s Bible study group.
2023-02-27T12:16:38.24+00:00By Marcia Dixon MBE
Marcia Dixon is convinced of the power of role models; here she tells us about those who have positively influenced her and many others
2023-02-27T12:16:00+00:00By Tola Doll Fisher
Josie Gamble is the founder and director of Christian Creative Network (CCN) and Christian Creative Directory (CCD) and in 2022 made The Telegraph and NatWest Top 100 Female Entrepreneur list. Tola-Doll Fisher sat down with her to discuss the creative gap between the UK Church and the world, and how Josie plans to fix it
2023-01-24T16:13:00+00:00By Andy Peck
After a fast-paced career in FTSE 100 and global companies, Yetunde Hofmann was told there was no place for love in business, but has been led by her faith to embrace it as a leadership model.
2023-01-24T16:10:00+00:00By Cathy Madavan
With her usual disarming honesty, Cathy Madavan shares about the ups and downs of being a leader
2023-01-23T09:30:00+00:00By Rachel Pearce
Looking to snaffle up some cryptocurrency? Don’t be caught short, advises Rachel Pearce.
2023-01-17T09:30:00+00:00By Jasmin Jones
Jasmin Jones was heart broken when she woke up from a horrific dream about modern slavery but God gave her a creative way to support those who fight against it.
2023-01-13T09:30:00+00:00By Lauren Windle
Writer Lauren Windle laments the pitiful depiction of women in business in 2023’s series of The Apprentice and explains in what ways God is a far better boss than Lord Sugar.
2022-12-28T06:02:00+00:00By Jemimah Wright
Josephine Lafe went from a market stall trader to producing premium leather handbags
2022-11-24T10:30:00+00:00By Ruth Sax
Julie and Amanda, also affectionally known as The Teddy Bear Ladies, are firm favourites on BBC1’s hit TV programme The Repair Shop, having been a part of the team since it started in 2017. You only have to watch them work their magic repairing bears and toys, combined with their unique bond to see why…
2022-11-15T09:30:00+00:00By Jemimah Wright
What do you do when you need career direction and you don’t know where to start? Woman Alive’s Deputy Editor, Jemimah Wright, shares her experience in finding her vocation without a clear path to follow.
2022-10-25T08:30:00+01:00By Anneka Wallington
Founder of jewellery business Recognised and Young Businesswoman of the Year 2021, Anneka Wallington, shares the five lies she’s had to overcome when establishing a successful company.
2022-09-27T08:37:00+01:00By Jane Knoop
Colourful, distinctive and bold, Lorinda Lloyd’s earrings and pendants are a statement of unique beauty and a testament to God’s transformational power for many women who wear them, including Lorinda herself
2022-08-02T13:55:00+01:00By Jane Knoop
Perry-May Britton runs Perry-May, an online business selling faith-inspired prints, clothing and journals to help connect people to God and spark conversation
2022-07-13T08:30:00+01:00By Pastor Marjorie Esomowei
Female leadership coach Pastor Marjorie Esomowei often finds that women are held back from leadership by fear. Here she explains that that’s not what God had in mind when he put the call on their lives.
2022-07-05T08:30:00+01:00By Woman Alive reporter
Women are historically bad at asking for promotions and pay increases, but with the cost of living going up people are needing more money than ever just to get by. Here a professional explains exactly how to go about asking for a raise.
2022-07-04T14:00:00+01:00By Woman Alive contributor
Award-winning entrepreneur Bridget Callaghan is the founder of Well Kneaded, a London-based pizzeria and social enterprise bringing connection and restoration. Here she explains how it all started
2022-06-09T08:30:00+01:00By Karis Kolawole
Karis Kolawole has been infuriated by reports of people being told not to wear a cross around the office, but there is a far stronger symbol of our Christian faith and no employer can mess with it.
Funmi Adewara is the founder and CEO of Mobihealth. Here she describes her journey to starting the multi-award-winning digital healthcare provider, which is saving lives in the global south
2022-05-24T08:30:00+01:00By Tola Doll Fisher
These days we’re flooded with messages about ‘side hustles’ and achieving big. Here Woman Alive’s Tola Doll Fisher explains why it’s time ditch the dreams of being a ‘girl boss’.
2022-04-26T15:08:00+01:00By Clare Blake
Alice Bond’s passion for communicating the Bible found a new outlet, which God had given her in a dream: Biblios, the Bible in a box
2022-04-14T08:30:00+01:00By Belle Tindall
If you’re hustling your way to success, writer Belle Tindall explains that you could be working towards exhaustion, disillusionment, and disappointment.
2022-02-21T09:30:00+00:00By Anne Buckland
As more people head back into the office for in-person meetings and team time, Anne Buckland explains why she won’t be joining them.
2022-02-15T09:30:00+00:00By Belle Tindall
Being the only woman in an all male environment can be daunting. Belle Tindall reminds us that Jesus publicly affirmed women in male spaces and that is all the encouragment we need.
2022-01-27T09:30:00+00:00By Amanda Savory
Disappointed by the unexpected COVID-induced changes to their plans, Amanda and Nathan Savory prayed for guidance and decided to take a risk and start a business.
2022-01-24T12:59:00+00:00By Lauren Windle
Rest is biblical and the new four day working week will be a blessing to many. But writer Lauren Windle asks if it will be accessible to all shift workers and those in lower paid jobs or just those who sit at a desk.
Templespa owner and co-founder, Liz Warom, reveals how she and her husband started their business, and how faith is at the centre of all they do
Small business owner Samantha Rigg-David talked to Jeanette McCarthy about how God led her to open Nuff Naturals
Jackie Michel spoke to Rachel Pearce about her vision to clothe the female form beautifully
Tumi Siwoku, Creative Director at Beauty Science Labs UK, talks to Clare Blake about starting a business in the pandemic, her passion for indie beauty products and why natural may not always be best
New research shows that in the FTSE 100 companies female directors are up 18 per cent but women account for just 34 per cent of UK board members