2021 Autumn The Wilting Rose Project Staff Applications

As a ministry, we could not run if we did not have such dedicated and servant-hearted staff members. Each member has such a deep love for you, and we believe that the Lord brings each member to our team. If you would like to join a team of like-minded young women who are passionate about serving and encouraging others, please consider applying!

Join The Wilting Rose Project (Internship Applications Open Now)

Would you like to reach more young women with your words? Or, do you have a skill that you’d like to use to bless others, such as social media prowess, a good grasp of grammar, or an eye for photography? We are opening applications for new staff members! We are so excited to see who …

Friendship And Chronic Illness: Wilting Rose Interview

Today we’re sharing an interview with Eleni Brooks, a young lady who has had an experience with something that can make her feel wilted: a chronic illness called PCOS.

The Wilting Rose Project Book Review: Love Riot

What does it mean to love God? It’s more than just obedience. When we truly love God, we are changed by His love. Why? Because we really encounter our own brokenness and realize-He loves us anyway. We can’t help but love Him and want to obey Him and let Him change us from the inside …

Meet the Staff

Meet our staff members! From our wonderful Graphics Designers, to our awesome Contributing Writers, and our dedicated Editors, all the way up to our hard-working Managers, each member is integral to running The Wilting Rose Project and providing the content we pray blesses you and ministers to your heart. Bethany Rose Staff Position ~ Editor-in-Chief …

Dear Girl With Anxiety

Dear Girl with Anxiety, You are seen. God does not look at you with anger or condemnation. He sees you as His daughter, as His beloved one. He longs to enter into your struggle and breathe peace into this moment.  Today, we want you to remember that despite your anxiety, you can trust Him fully. …

For the Girl Who Doesn’t Believe She Is Loved

I’m too broken. Too broken to heal. Too broken to be loved. God could never forgive me. It’s impossible, after all that I have done. Six years ago, I sat in the attic we’d painted yellow. The grey light streamed through the skylights we added. Curled up against the antique daybed, I scrawled in a …

Self-Care Is Not Selfish — It’s an Act of Trust

Do you believe that you are worthy of care? So many of us young women feel guilty when we take the time to drink water, exercise, sleep, or eat. We wonder if we’re being selfish. Why? Because we think that we can neglect our own bodies, minds, and souls, as long as we’re doing something …