I love Jen Wilkin but I’m not a Stalker

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…or am I?

After posting the above photo with this caption:

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There were some fun comments, including my bff saying:

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So clearly, we love Jen. But just wait, the stalker-talk is still on the horizon.

Before we get there, you have to know that God has used her book Women of the Word in h u g e ways in my life and in my best friend’s, and after getting to interview her for the aforementioned mag article, we got to meet her at Trillia Newbell’s Fear and Faith book release party in Nashville. We talked about books and our love for Jane Austen and invited her to England with us in December to see all things Jane.

ANYWAY.

After the IG post yesterday, Haley texts me this morning and asks if I saw where Jen commented on the photo. I hadn’t. Then this happened:

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Okay, okay, okay. We’re not stalkers, but we love Jen (and she knows it). And I know you will love her too.

L A D I E S,  check her out! She has some SERIOUS wisdom when it comes to Scripture, life, writing and loving God with everything we have. Do yourself a favor and read this Q&A with her. I promise you’ll get something out of it.

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4 thoughts on “I love Jen Wilkin but I’m not a Stalker

  1. ellieeugenia says:

    Hah, love it. Thankful for her too. Going to go read the article.

  2. […] no secret that Jen Wilkin is one of my favorite people and it’s no secret that this book is great. John Calvin said, “True wisdom consists […]

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