Jill Briscoe


Jill Briscoe is the founder of Just Between Us, a magazine of encouragement equipping women for a life of faith. A native of Liverpool, England, Jill is the author of over 40 books, has ministered extensively on every continent teaching and encouraging, and served on the boards of World Relief and Christianity Today. Together with her husband, Stuart, they serve as ministers-at-large with Elmbrook Church and can be heard regularly on Telling the Truth, their worldwide media ministry. They reside in suburban Milwaukee, Wisconsin, and have three grown children and 13 grandchildren.

To truly enjoy the presence of God is the greatest thing we can do for ourselves and for those we love - but it will take practicing healthy spiritual habits. Read more

Spiritual Growth

If only people would do what is just, good, and right, instead of that which is popular, profitable, and easy, then our old world would be a better place! Read more

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The most radiant beauty of all is spiritual beauty, that inner tranquility that comes from a meek and submissive spirit resting at the Savior’s feet. Read more


People change, circumstances change, but God will never change! He is faithful. Practice remembering the good things about God and find your hope in Him. Read more

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When things are not the way they ought to be, do you question the character of God? Do you question His goodness? Read more


When you think of those discovering their spiritual birthright and living it out, think of the story of Elizabeth Mittelstaedt and her impact on women for Jesus. Read more

Inspirational Stories

The enemy uses the most normal things to try and distract us from the life-changing discovery of our yearning for the Eternal. Read more


By far the most important thing we can do for our children is to help them develop a real prayer life for themselves. Read more


People matter more than schedules, more than programs. Relationships are what so much of life is about. Read more


As I stood at the place where the human race dared to play games with Jesus, I meditated on the price He paid for our sin, and offered Him my deepest thanks. Read more


Want to know the path to joy? “To act justly and to love mercy and to walk humbly with your God” (Mic. 6:8). Read more


This Easter walk in faith towards the tomb of your troubles and believe that if God can raise the dead, He can bring life into your situation too! Read more

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When trials touch those we love, fear often holds us captive. Yet peace is possible with the conviction that God Himself will be all that we need to cope. Read more

Tough Times

C. S. Lewis wrote, “God whispers to us in our pleasures, speaks in our conscience, but shouts in our pains; it is His megaphone to rouse a deaf world.” Read more

Tough Times

Would you say “help yourself” to a thief in your home? So resist the devil coming into your “heart house” and helping himself to your joy and satisfaction. Read more

Spiritual Warfare

Do you need to learn to love and trust again? Look to God who alone can give you that love. Read more


As God allows troubles to come our way, we can be overwhelmed. Yet meaning is found in opening our eyes to injustice and trying to speak up about it. Read more


Jesus is asking you to cast your nets aside and catch men and women for His kingdom. Will you obey? Read more


Before Job went through his trials, he knew God as a God of power, wisdom, and justice. Until he suffered, he did not know God's character of loving grace. Read more

God's Grace

God is trustworthy. Trusting God to put all wrongs right in our final future helps us to deal with ills allowed in our present now. Read more

Trusting God

We can experience a sense of calling every day as God sets our agendas. Read more

Finding Purpose

Learning to see that every season of your life has something magnificently ordered by God for you to learn and do. Read more

Emotional Health

Jesus calls and equips us women for service—as in His day, so in ours. We too can travel with Jesus. Read more

Women's Ministry

While Jesus doesn’t promise to save us from the pain, He surely promises to save us in the pain. Read more

Tough Times