The Journey with Jonathan Pitts

November 23, 2020

Ep. 12 : Moving On

In this season wrap up, Jonathan talks about what it means for him to move on from his tragedy of losing his wife Wynter. He shares how moving on do esn’t mean forgetting and the importance of remembrance. Join him as he verbalizes his process, some of it for the very first time.  Read More

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About The Journey

Life is a journey. 

There are some really high highs and some really low lows. 

But it’s in the very hardest of places where the real decision is made: will we walk out our days with hopelessness or relentlessly pursue God despite our setbacks? 

Jonathan shares his real-life story of love, life, and loss with refreshing vulnerability and engaging candor.  

Join Jonathan on The Journey as he helps you make better sense of yours.

You can follow Jonathan on Instagram and his ministry For Girls Like You on Facebook and on their website at ForGirlsLikeYou.com

About Jonathan Pitts

Jonathan Pitts is an author, speaker and Christian Parenting spokesperson. He previously served as the executive director at the Urban Alternative, the national ministry of Dr. Tony Evans. Jonathan has co-authored two books alongside his late wife, Wynter Pitts, and is the President and co-founder of For Girls Like You Ministries, an equipping and resourcing ministry for tween girls and their parents. Jonathan is the father of four daughters and is engaged to be married to his fiancé, Peta. He hosts The Journey with Jonathan Pitts podcast in the Christian Parenting Podcast Network and recently released his best selling memoir, My Wynter Season: Seeing God’s Faithfulness in the Shadow of Grief.

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