Glenda Mills

Hope That Doesn't Disappoint

Sheltered Under His Wings


                                                    Sheltered Under His Wings 

With our bible study just one week away, I thought today would be a good time to introduce my friend Jamie Britt.

Welcome Jamie!

I’m so grateful our lives connected at BootCamp earlier this year!  You know we only had time for a short conversation and a quick hug, but it seems we were meant to become close friends and co bloggers.

Will you tell us a little about yourself, your  family and growing up years?

Yes. Though I was born 3 months premature and my parents were told I’d never make it through the night, God proved the doctors wrong!  I grew up in Lumberton, NC. I was raised in a home without Christ as the center, but I was blessed to have family that showed me His ways.

Tell us how you came to a saving relationship with Christ?

I came to a saving knowledge of Christ on June 10, 1996. I was in my grandmother’s car on the way to VBS one evening. After asking many curious questions, I felt ready to make that commitment. It has been the greatest choice I’ve ever made!

When did you know God was calling you to write?

I knew God had called me to write about 3 years ago. I started by sending scripture verses through email. I often got questions about what the verse meant. Once I started sending full devotionals, a certain lady saw the gift that God had given me to write, and was gracious enough to point it out.

Who is a person that is making and has made a strong impact on your life, and why?

The person that has made the strongest impact on my life is Nan Jones. She taught me about the sovereignty of God and that no matter what our circumstances, we can learn to praise Him anyway.

Other than Jesus, what Bible hero would you like to talk to?

The Bible hero I’d like to talk to is Mary, the mother of Jesus. I’d like to know how in her humanity, she could watch as they brutally beat and tortured her son, and then nailed Him to that cross.

What in depth Bible study would you recommend to my readers?

I would recommend, “Seeing Through the Lies: Unmasking the Myths Women Believe” by Vonda Skelton. Though this isn’t a traditional Bible study, the points that Vonda makes are very eye opening and have you reexamining what you’ve always believed.

What is your life verse?

“The Lord is my portion,” says my soul, “Therefore I hope in Him!” (Lam. 3:24).

Tell us about the special program on your computer that allows you to write in spite of the fact you are visually impaired.

I use the program JAWS. It gives me the ability to read email, surf the web, and do just about anything a print-reading person can do. When I speak, it automatically prints my words on the computer screen, giving me the ability to “write” my blogs and send them to my readers. When I read email or blogs, a computer-generated voice speaks what’s written on the screen. Click here for more information:

Jamie, I think that is just so amazing!  What a joy it must be for you to have this valuable tool that enables you to use your gift of writing!

“Yes, it is!”

Do you have a word of encouragement and hope to readers who may be struggling today?

Being visually impaired since birth, you may ask, “How can I write without vision?” My answer is….“The faithfulness of God.”Despite what some may see as a limitation, God sees as opportunity. He’s allowing me to hopefully pour His Word and love into the hearts of many women.

Ladies, if you’re in the midst of pain or despair….There is hope! Whatever you’re going through today, I want to encourage you…don’t give up. When God calls you to do something, go for it!

I’d also like to share something my friend Nan Jones shared with me on a number of occasions.

“When you can’t praise God for your circumstances, just praise Him for who He is!”

Glenda, thank you so much for this opportunity. I’m looking forward to our study!

I feel the same way, Jamie! I can hardly wait for the study to begin!

Jamie Britt

12 thoughts on “Sheltered Under His Wings

  1. Thanks for sharing Jamie’s testimony, Glenda! Can’t wait for your series 🙂


    • Susan, Thanks for cheering Jamie and I on! We’re excited and so thankful for sisters like you who are praying for us!
      Praying for you as you write your bible study on Judges.


  2. Jamie,

    What a delight to hear from your heart. I pray the Lord continues to use you and that He will explode your ministry, opening doors that you didn’t even know were there! What a blessing you are.


    As always, a wonderful post. Thank you for introducing us to Jamie.



  3. Hey again Glenda, this is a great article. Jamie is a sweetheart. 🙂 Thanks for sharing her story. (I’m happy to see her using the picture I took from Boot Camp! What a small world!)


    • Mary, Oh what a delight it must be to see the picture you made of Jamie show up. Happy it was on my blogsite. Yes, Jamie is a sweetheart and much in need of our support and prayers. Thanks for stopping by Mary!


  4. Wonderful interview of our friend Jamie. Looking forward to both of you combining your talents to present a Bible study. Blessings on your work, Glenda and Jamie!


  5. Wow! Wow! So inspiring ! Looking forward to more! God is good all the time!


    • Hey Renee,
      What a joy to see your comment today!! Sounds like you might join us? Now that would be such a blessing!! Yes, God is good all the time. I need to catch up with all that’s going on in your life. Love you!


  6. Great questions, Glenda and inspiring answers, Jamie . . . what a great interview. I’m so glad you’ll be blending your gifts to bring us this great Bible Study, looking forward to it! Love this post!


    • You know me Verna, I love teaming up with others to share about the goodness of God and His Word. Asking for your prayers for Jamie and I as we look forward to stepping into new waters of adventure. (:


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s