About This Episode:
There’s a lot of us online, like a lot of us. Each of us with a story and those of us who love Jesus love to share our stories online. Gretchen Saffles from Well Watered Women speaks to those of us who want to take a look at our calling, online and offline. Is what we’re sharing “too much” is it “enough”? It’s not all that we’re called to actually, evangelism shouldn’t stay online. Gretchen encourages us to get out of our comfort zone, share Jesus with people in real life. She also encourages us to cut the comparison of our callings that we so often fall into online. I mean, today’s convo will really rock your world.
A Few Things We Mentioned:
Scribd – book listening app
Gay Girl Good God by Jackie Hill Perry
Gretchen Saffles is passionate about encouraging and equipping women to dig into the Word of God and find their identity and purpose in Christ. She is the founder of Well-Watered Women, an online ministry that reaches women worldwide. She has written several Bible Studies including Redefined: Defining Identity Through the Mirror of God’s Word and Esther: The Fingerprints of God. She is also the creator of the Give Me Jesus quiet time journal for women. Through her online ministry she longs to meet women right where they are with the hope of the gospel and to ignite a desire in their hearts to know Jesus more. On any given day you can find her with a coffee cup in hand, her boys by her side, a message stirring in her soul, and a God-sized dream on her heart. Gretchen lives in Atlanta, Georgia with her husband, Greg, and her two sons, Nolan and Haddon.
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