Molly Law is the Editor of Christianity.com. She has a Master of Arts in Publishing Studies from the University of Stirling UK, where she studied and lived for a year in Scotland. She has a Bachelor of Arts in English Professional Writing and a minor in Biblical Studies from Gardner-Webb University. Her editorial career includes Senior Editor of a bimonthly magazine for the American Correctional Association, Editorial Assistant at Luath Press in Edinburgh, and Freelance Journalist for the News Virginian. She enjoys reading 18th-century British Literature, creative writing, and traveling.
As we all desperately want our voices to be heard, I want mine to be in prayer for the women who feel alone and hopeless — for the pregnant and single — for all women to whom this concerns. I pray for all who were created and loved by God.
“'There is no peace,’ says my God, ‘for the wicked'" (Isaiah 57:21). "Ain't no rest for the wicked." From the moment sin entered the world, mankind forever lost perfect peace and harmony. We are all sinners, and only if we choose His salvation may we escape what we ultimately deserve and have eternal rest.
From the very beginning, we were created in God’s image. What an immense honor it is to have the features of God, to be like Him. If we have a sense of humor, then the One who created us has a sense of humor as well.