When life is difficult, it can be hard to believe that God is for you – that He is truly working all things together for your good. If you have ever wrestled with these thoughts, then this interview with Megan Fate Marshman — gifted Bible teacher, storyteller, and writer is just for you. I recorded this interview in early 2021 to talk about the message in her incredible book, Meant for Good, but days before the interview was scheduled to release, Megan’s husband Randy had a sudden heart attack and departed for heaven. Such a hard season for Megan and her little boys, but her faith remained steadfast and now her message is even more profound.
I held on to the interview for many months but am so happy for the chance to share it now. Her words moved me deeply and I think you’ll find this interview significant as well — whether you’re currently in a good season, or a hard one.
We all need reminders that God is trustworthy, and that His plans for us are always good. Regardless of our circumstances. Perhaps you know someone who needs to hear this message now (please pass it along!) Find all of the links below…
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More about Megan —
As an international speaker at churches, conferences and university chapels, Megan Fate Marshman is a leading voice to this generation. She has devoted her life to loving God and overflowing His awesome love to others.
Megan is currently a teaching pastor at Willow Creek Community Church and the Director of Women’s Ministries at Hume Lake Christian Camps. She also shepherds women at her home church, Arbor Road. She also enjoys adventuring all over the globe with her boys speaking and sharing the love of Jesus.
She authored the books “Meant for Good” and “SelfLess,” and co-wrote the book, “7 Family Ministry Essentials,” with Dr. Michelle Anthony. Megan also served as the Director of Student Resources for David C Cook Publishers, where she led a team in creating TruIdentity, a spiritually forming, Christ centered, and family empowered youth ministry curriculum.
In February of 2021, Megan’s husband, Randy Marshman, went home to be with Jesus after suffering a heart attack. For Megan, “to live is Christ, to die is gain (Philippians 1:21).” She grieves with hope and lives to become more like Christ so others may know Him more through her.
Megan lives in Lakewood, California with her two boys, Foster and Jedidiah.
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