Join host Jess Connolly as she hosts conversations about running on mission today. Episodes include interviews, coaching sessions, and Q+A sessions with team members. It is the mission of Go + Tell Gals to equip women to take their place in the Kingdom, using what they've been given, for His glory and the good of others.
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In this episode, Jess starts by sitting down with the incredible Morgan Harper Nichols. (Seriously - she's so incredible that this is her third time on the podcast!) These two creative women talk about Morgan's current season and what it looked like ... more
Welcome to the first Go + Tell Gals podcast episode of 2022! This one's got a few moving parts, but hang through it - we think it's very helpful. more
Tomorrow we mark the dawn of a new year, and we love starting a new year with purpose and intention. As we gear up for the gift of another year ahead, we want to be intentional about finishing well and starting strong. more
From a husband of a beautiful woman of faith and love for God, you’ve blessed us both with your podcast, keep up the great work!
Don’t get me wrong, this is a personal issue, and I’m still exploring this myself. Unfortunately, racism is still an ugly sin that we are dealing in our country. But I used to not be scared, this kind of conversation now pulls out an anger and an unholy fear. I am a white female who has never dealt with this. I married an Asian cop who worked in the projects when he first became a cop, and is now a detective. more
Every episode is God-led and will leave you feeling full of the Spirit!
I’ve listened to this podcast for a while but there is something about this season where I just had to comment. It has been so inspirational, so life giving, so encouraging all while not allowing you to accept defeat. I needed this season and this podcast. And I so believe that the wisdom that is being shared here would resonate with anyone that needs some encouragement to keep going at life. Whether it’s on the mission field of motherhood, marriage, corporate or in the church, you feel like you... more
I started listening to this podcast during the heigh of COVID back in 2020... and I couldnt stop! I’ve now listened to every. single. episode, and have never ceased to feel encouraged and empowered in my own mission as a college student. Sitting in on these conversations with women Christian leaders gets me excited to open my eyes to moments of leadership and Kingdom calling right where God has me in this life. Thursdays release days are my fave now that I’m all caught up on episodes! Thankful t... more
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