Life’s a journey we were never meant to walk alone. We all need friends along the way! On the Journeywomen podcast we’ll chat with Christian leaders about gracefully navigating the seasons and challenges we face on our journeys to glorify God.
A journeywoman is seeking to glorify God each step of her journey. She’s asking things like, “How can I glorify God through opening my home? How can I glorify God by memorizing scripture? How can I glorify God using my gifts, like teaching, writing, or serving? How can I glorify God in my season of waiting, singleness, transition, depression, etc?”
We hope you'll tune in, subscribe, and learn from mentors and friends who have encouraged and challenged us on our journeys to glorify God. New episodes of the Journeywomen podcast will be released every Monday morning. Hop over to Instagram or Facebook for quotes, snippets of interviews, and more information throughout the week!
Meet the Team
Hunter Beless believes God has called her to seek after those who are lost and guide them back to their Heavenly Father. She passionately exercises this God-given design through her roles as a wife, mama, podcast host, and writer. Though they stumble often, she and her husband Brooks, strive to display God's covenant-keeping love through their marriage and oneness. They have two little girls, Hadley Grace (3) and Davy Kathryn (1) and currently reside in Fort Campbell, KY where Brooks serves in the US Army. Hunter, Brooks, Hadley, and Davy love journeying through life together for the glory of God.
Kimberly Wootten, known as Kimbo, is the assistant to the Journeywomen podcast. God has called her to be a light in dark places and has specifically designed her to bring order to chaos. Kimbo loves to find efficient and effective solutions to solve problems. She and her husband, Garrett, traverse the Army lifestyle as he serves as an Army Aviator, currently stationed at Fort Campbell, KY. Kimbo loves to see others thrive in their God-given design and loves meeting new friends.
Lindsey Hartt believes God designed her to equip “the redeemed of the Lord to say so” (Psalm 107) by using her gifts of communication and administration to bring glory to His name. She and her husband, Mitchell, currently reside in Cincinnati, OH with their little one, Barrett (aka Bear). The Hartts enjoy exploring new food, getting outside with Bear and their two dogs, and building relationships with their church community.