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Linda Withers is a passionate author dedicated to unveiling the deep love of the heavenly Father. In her transformative work, "Journey: Walking into the Heart of Jesus," Linda invites you to experience Christ in new and surprising ways, offering a guide to hearing God's fresh words through creative means.

As a certified trainer with the Prophetic Company, Linda trains individuals to hear and respond to the voice of God, guiding them to respond and align with their divine calling. Her commitment to spiritual mentorship extends beyond her written words as she actively trains others to embark on their journeys of revelation and connection.

A loving mother to three boys and a cherished Nana to four, Linda's heart spills onto the pages of "Papa's Secret." This heartfelt creation is a testament to her desire to shape a generation of children adept at listening to the voice of God. Through this touching narrative, Linda shares her wisdom, hoping to instill the transformative power of divine guidance in young hearts. Linda Withers' books are a calling to embark on a spiritual adventure, an invitation to explore the depths of God's love, and a guide to uncovering the extraordinary in the ordinary.





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“Keep trusting in the Lord and do what is right in his eyes. Fix your heart on the promises of God, and you will dwell in the land, feasting on his faithfulness. Find your delight and true pleasure in Yahweh, and he will give you what
you desire the most." 
Psalm 37:4


It was at camp during my high school years that I walked down the path alone on a hot summer afternoon. My life seemed to be upside down and I did not know where to turn so I knelt down on the rocky Texas ground in the middle of the path and asked God to take over.

I had heard that if I asked, He would answer. At that moment Heaven somehow came to earth and I experienced the supernatural love of a Heavenly Father that I had never really known. No words were spoken but I knew He had answered my cry.

I would love to tell you that from that day on, I walked along an easy straight path, loving Jesus and living a kingdom life, but that just wouldn’t be true. My path has been uphill, on the mountain top, downhill, and even off-road and into the pit. But since that original day when I knelt on the rocky path, finding love from my Heavenly Father, I have had a passion burn inside of me to walk alongside others on their path, showing them the love of the Father that keeps me going.

After raising 3 boys and more than 30 years of ministry I am still running after that passion. At the end of the day, what I know is I am loved and you are loved. Isn’t that a perfect reason to walk together?



For most of my life, I wandered around (mostly in circles) searching for something – for the perfect person to spend my life with, a faithful purpose, and trying to find a path leading to greater joy and fulfillment.

After years of aimless searching, I ended up completely exhausted. I had no idea where I was going. I was tired and frustrated that my steps usually led to nowhere. It was clear that I needed someone to lead me – to take my hand and show me the way. For a recovering control freak, this was a very difficult thing to accept and has been even harder to implement.

I think of the “trust game” I’ve played so many times on retreats. It is called the Blindfold Lead. In this exercise, a blindfolded person is led by a sighted person. At first, you’re led across a level field. But as the game progresses, you are led around increasingly complex obstacles and paths that are more difficult. The game is about building trust and effective communication.

The parallels with my walk with Jesus are very clear - trusting Him to show me the way, through and around obstacles, something I can accomplish only through close and continuous communication with Him. I need his constant guidance and assurance that He knows the way.

Along my path, I picked up a few people to walk with me. I have learned that we aren’t meant to walk alone. God entrusted me with four kids, a husband, and several good and faithful friends. It was along this path that I found Linda Withers. We have been pursuing ministry alongside one another for many years. It has been a great honor doing “wild kingdom” work with her.




"Finally, brothers and sisters, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things." 
Philippians 4:8

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