The Author

Dani Treweek completed her BDiv at Moore Theological College, before going on to spend 7 years in full time women’s ministry in Sydney. She is now undertaking PhD research into a theological ethic of singleness and is passionate about equipping unmarried Christians to understand their biblical purpose and authentic place of belonging within the church. She attends Erskineville Anglican Church, is the chair of, is obsessed with the musical Les Miserables and rejoices in being an aunt.

Post-Christmas Reflections about Family

This year I watched my 18 month old nephew open his Christmas presents via FaceTime. It was 9.30pm on Christmas Eve and I was

‘I just don’t understand why you are still single?!’

As our married friend gazes earnestly at us and

Flourishing? Or Fruitful?

When I tentatively forayed into the brave new world

Christian Discussion And Feminism: Here’s What We’re Getting Wrong

By so readily and eagerly identifying with secular feminism,