Category Archives: life

What’s Next For CounterCultural. CounterCouture.? || Have Your Say Survey

What’s Next For CounterCultural. CounterCouture.? || Have Your Say Survey

CounterCultural. CounterCouture. has been running for almost four years now. Four whole years! It’s absolutely crazy to think that since 2013 I have discovered this the madness that is blogging. What started out as my little corner to rant about t-shirts not being long enough has become a ministry for the ordinary woman.  Four years… Read More

6 Questions with Karen Schexnayder

6 Questions with Karen Schexnayder

“6 Questions with…” is an opportunity for women and girls everywhere to share something about their passions and lives. (It’s also a fantastic excuse for me to be really nosey and learn from of the some amazing women I’ve met.)  This week I’m putting Karen Schexnayder in the hot seat. New to the blogosphere, Karen is launching… Read More

Working Out with Lucy Locket* || Keeping Fit and Modest

Working Out with Lucy Locket* || Keeping Fit and Modest

This week I was had the chance to work out with Lucy from Lucy Locket Loves. A Sheffield-based personal trainer, Lucy holds regular classes and 1-2-1 sessions out of her studio on Cemetery Road. (I’m also happy to say I did not get lost on my way there!) As I’ve become something of a fitness and… Read More

Being a Warrior Princess: 5 Verses about Fighting for God

Being a Warrior Princess: 5 Verses about Fighting for God

When I was at university, my housemate, Anna, and I used to discuss what it meant to be a Christian girl. We tried to take everything into account, from not swearing or getting drunk through to reading Scripture and our spiritual gifts. But not matter what we discussed, there was always one constant. We both believe… Read More

Tithing when Things are Tight

Tithing when Things are Tight

It is not a surprise that when the budget doesn’t seem to stretch as it should, that we look at areas where we can cut back. For Christians who consistently give a tithe or offering, this area is often the first where it seems we can afford to cut back. However, the exact opposite is… Read More