Welcome to Fearfully Made Ministries! I’m Misty Fitch, and I am so excited you are here.
I launched Fearfully Made Ministries in 2011, which began with a focus for teen girls to know their identity comes from Christ alone. Over the years this ministry has branched into the areas of women, marriage, and blended families.
Fearfully Made Ministries exists to help build confidence through books, podcast, blog, and speaking engagements. My goal is for everyone who reads or hears a message to leave knowing they were fearfully and wonderfully made.
There is no other like you, and YOU are a masterpiece!
10 thoughts on “Welcome!”
I know your ministry is for young women, but reading your blogs tell me it will help young men as well, God is doing wonderful things threw you.
Thank you so much. I’m glad it’s reaching even more than I had anticipated.
I am not a young girl anymore but I can relate to the broken princess in sooooo many ways. Although I have accepted Christ in my life I often struggle with the things of my past hat haunt me…because I still feel unworthy of such love. Your blog touched my heart today…I feel like it was written for ME to read. God is doing amazing work thru you….God bless you
Well, your words touched my heart. I’m so glad it is speaking to you. I think we all feel unworthy of such love, and that’s what makes God so amazing. He sees us as completely worthy of everything he’s done, and he would do it all again if he had to. Thank you for your comment.
MIsty your words really touched my heart I think god is really using you to speak to others keep up the good work!
I plan to order your devotional as a resource.
My team and I are headed to the Dominican
Republic early this summer to minister at several homes for orphaned girls, many of whom were rescued from lives on the streets of Santo Domingo that included sexual abuse.
We have been asked to offer teachings and activities related to True Beauty.
Do you have other insight or resources to help
Thank you for using my book to help those girls see their worth! Ish Payne is over a ministry called Compassion to Act, which focuses on human trafficking, and they have a few resources. They’re website is http://restoringhearts.net/ I think you might find some great ideas there. I’ll add more if any come to mind.
Thank you so much for coming to Harvest Church and sharing with our girls! It was a GREAT morning and we are so thankful that this worked for you to come out and share. We love your heart for ministry!
I very much enjoyed it. Thank you for allowing me to come.
I read your blog post about being a tough teacher, but still compassionate. Unfortunately, not everyone appreciates “tough love”. I hope you still have the fire within you!