Podcast Episode #340
Raechel and Amanda from She Reads Truth join us to discuss how they got started, what went into the production of one of the hottest Bibles on the market, and what’s next for the She Reads Truth family.
Some highlights from today’s episode include:
- She Reads Truth was born from the desire to read God’s Word more.
- “When we create reading plans, we want to let Scripture interpret Scripture.”
- The She Reads Truth Bible is a process over two years in the making.
- The She Reads Truth Bible is intentionally designed to spotlight Scripture.
- I have never seen anything take off like the She Reads Truth Bible.
About Raechel Myers and Amanda Bible Williams
Raechel Myers is always on the lookout for beauty, goodness, and truth in everyday life. Co-founder and CEO of She Reads Truth, Raechel has a bachelor’s degree in housing and environmental design, and is not afraid to paint a whole house over a long weekend. She longs to cook artisanal meals, but loves Chinese takeout. She lives south of Nashville, Tennessee, with her three favorite people.
Amanda Bible Williams likes words and books more than just about anything. She holds bachelor’s degrees in English and psychology, nearly a master’s in religion, and a deep love for a farmhouse east of Nashville, Tennessee, where she lives with her husband and their three children. Chief Content Officer of She Reads Truth, Amanda spends her days happily rearranging sentences and explaining that her maiden name really is Bible.
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