Hey everyone! Ashley here. I wanted to take a moment to reflect on this past year. It has been an incredible journey and we could not have done it without YOU! Can you believe that ProjectWOW launched only 6 months ago!? THANK YOU for being a part of this community and sending over your feedback and testimonials. I love hearing from each and every one of you and I am blessed to be on this journey with you. 

With that said, I wanted to give you a chance to look back at a few of our most popular blogs from the past 6 months. We have such an incredible blogging team here at ProjectWOW so while you are ringing in the new year, take some time to read these gems: 


Waiting On The Lord
Sarah Lochelt

"This season of Advent, of anticipating for the Christmas celebration of Jesus’s arrival, reminds me of the purpose of waiting. The truth is that what God does in the waiting time, in the in-between, is so much more valuable than anything I could contrive for myself." READ MORE.
 


Confessions Of A Pregnant Worship Leader (Part 1)
Ashley Beckford

"I am a worship leader and as of a few months ago, I became a PREGNANT worship leader." READ MORE.
 


Ready, Set, Go! How To Run Your Race Well
Shunna Jones-Moreno

"We are in a race to the finish line. And we all finish. The question is- what condition are we in when we do and what legacy have we left?" READ MORE.
 


How To Stand For Unity On A Diverse Team
Andrea Hamilton

"To me, that’s one of the most beautiful ways to experience Jesus: amidst the mosaic of His people. We’re all different parts of the same Organism, and that’s fascinating to me." READ MORE.
 


A Songwriter's Soliloquy
Linzy Westman

"It took me a long time and a lot of tears to realize that like many things in life, songwriting is a process. It is an art that must be crafted and refined. But more than that, it is a journey - and a sanctifying one at that." READ MORE.
 


The One Question That will Ruin Your Career As A Woman Leading Worship
Angie Hong

"What are we teaching and modeling for the next generation of women leaders, and for our daughters and granddaughters? What have we to fear in advocating for ourselves? Anything is possible, and that is exciting news for the Kingdom of God." READ MORE.
 


Sharing The Stage Well: "Friending Each Other"
Tanya Riches

"Sometimes you get so used to hanging out with the guys that it doesn't even seem like you're missing anything. But I think that if the church is to become all it's supposed to be, its women leaders need to get good at truly "friending" each other - in a deeper sense than just adding someone on Facebook." READ MORE.
 


The Struggles of Being a Mom And Worship Leader
Laura Blankenship

"I love my little boogers, but man they make it hard to focus on my Worship Leader role sometimes. Do you know what I mean?" READ MORE.
 


Like A Girl
Andrea McCaffrey

"Self-criticism, comparison, and perfectionism are debilitating. If left unchecked, they will eventually eclipse your gifts and shut you down." READ MORE.
 


Happy reading and HAPPY NEW YEAR from ProjectWOW! 


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