Wycliffe USA’s Women of the Word Podcast Creates Enriching Dialogue

Jannah shares about her work with Wycliffe, how she came to know Jesus, and the way that Scripture can help us heal from trauma. (Graphic, caption courtesy of Wycliffe USA)

Podcasts grew in popularity during the pandemic. One-third of Americans say they now listen to at least one podcast every week.

If you fall into that category and you’re looking for something new, check out “Women of the Word” from Wycliffe USA. Co-host Beth Matheson says Season Two premiered in April.

“This has not been an easy year for most people, including ladies that we’ve talked with. We’ve gotten to talk about their love of Scripture and the ways that God is meeting them in the middle of their questions and struggles,” Matheson says.

“These women are amazing. They’re willing to invite us into places that are sometimes very tender, but [it’s] always beautiful to see the way that God has worked in deep places in them.”

The podcasts are less than an hour long and reach across demographic lines, she adds.

“It’s an invitation to spend some time together, laughing and resting in the goodness of God [and] the truth and strength of His Word.”

 

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SOURCE: Mission Network News, Katey Hearth

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