Happy Hour #46 is with my friend Wynter Pitts. Wynter is the wife of Jonathan and mom of FOUR little Girls! She is also the editor and founder of For Girls Like You Magazine, a ministry to girls (age 6-11) and their parents, that includes a quarterly print magazine, journal, and other print and web resources. You can also find Wynter on ibelieve.com as a frequent blogger and as a contributor for Lifeway’s HomeLife Magazine!
Wynter has a passion and drive to introduce young girls to Christian values in a way that they are able to palate and digest, so they can walk passionately and boldly in who God has created them to be. She a native of Baltimore, Maryland, and now reside in Dallas, Texas.
On this episode, Wynter and I discuss our trip that we took together to visit SOLE HOPE in Uganda, her daughter’s first leading role in a movie, and what her magazine and book are all about.
Links from the show:
- Sole Hope
- The story of Emma
- Blogs from Sole Hope trip
- Arise Children’s Choir
- Musana Sandals made by Sole Hope
- For Girls Like You Magazine
- For Girls Like You Devotional
- Alena Pitts in War Room movie
- Three things she’s loving: her crockpot, Flash by Rachel Anne Ridge and her No Show Socks from Target
- My favorite easy crock pot recipes
Wynter is graciously giving away a copy of her devotional plus a subscription to her magazine for tween girls. To enter head on over to Instagram and comment on the picture of Story with the books! It’s super easy to enter! You need to follow myself + Wynter to be eligible to win!
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