Share Your Story with Erica
One of the most rewarding parts of my life is hearing the stories of God’s unexplainable work in the lives of women! At conferences, retreats, Bible study, and my own kitchen table, I’ve been privileged to hear amazing stories of how our great God is at work in His daughters’ lives! Sometimes it can’t be face to face though, but Facebook has provided us an amazing gift: becoming aware of other women and the stories God is writing in them every day!
We need to share our individual story. I want to share YOUR story. Women of God need not feel alone or insignificant – God is doing great things and your story proves it.
This is your invitation to say, “Yes, I want to share my story,” and then see how God uses it.
When you’re ready, I would ask that you give me permission to partner with you in sharing your story online- and you can do that using the form on this page.
If you have any questions about sharing images or videos here, please look at our frequently asked questions below.
At the right time ????. Part of the fun is not knowing what God has done until I hear from you! While there will be many accounts of His work that we will never know this side of heaven (and perhaps we may never know) I do know that He will inspire stories to be shared here that He has a plan to use to impact others whom you or I may never personally meet. My team currently works very hard to share the most relevant message, and we will continue to share the most timely stories as we sense the Lord’s prompting.
If the resource links directly to your story – for instance you were watching a video and God spoke through it and that was a moment of significance in your life – then yes, please feel free.
As we celebrate these stories, we want to connect them to the names- to emphasize these are real stories, from real women about the work of our unexplainable God!. In order to make sure that I don’t accidentally publish something that was meant to be kept private, we must officially ask for permission in order to protect you as well as the ministry from miscommunication. If your story is something better kept private, I would invite you to share it with me by mailing it to my P.O. Box in Arizona.