Wynter Pitts

Wynter Pitts

Wynter Evans Pitts is the founder of For Girls Like You Magazine, a ministry to tween and teen girls, and their parents, that includes print and web resources. She has a passion and drive to introduce young girls to Christian values in a way that they are able to digest, so they can walk passionately and boldly in who God has created them to be.  Her husband and four girls are actively involved in the ministry and the girls are becoming leaders of their generation. Wynter fully understands and relates to the daily joys and challenges in marriage and family and devotes much of her time to encouraging others in their family journey! She and husband Jonathan have been married since 2000.

Focus On the Memory

{Editor’s Note: It has been one month since Wynter met Jesus face to face. Our hearts still ache. We pray these words she wrote in February of 2014 will sink…

5 Ways to Teach Our Children to Love Others

In the grocery store line, on the playground, and at the car wash, my girls want to know, “Are you a Christian?” It makes me smile. I love that their…

Going Crazy

Every once in a while when I put my sunglasses on, I pretend my sage colored minivan is a shiny black Escalade fully loaded, with all the sparkly trimmings. Windows…

3 Things Bedtime Taught Me About My Anger

Have you ever wondered how many different ways you can tell a 7-year-old and two 5-year-olds “no” and to “stay in the bed”? I’ve often wondered if there is something…

Keep It Simple

It was everything I dreamt of and absolutely nothing I could have imagined. I opened my eyes, popped straight up in my bed and sat quietly as the tears began…

Sunday Dinner

“Honey, will you ever be one of those Sunday dinner type of cooks?” A blank stare came across my face as these words escaped my husband’s mouth. I will admit…

My Most Memorable Day

It’s one of the most memorable days of my life. I sat looking out of the passenger window with a blank stare on my face. I felt like I was…

How Childhood Forms Your Ideas of Family

Recently I was asked, “How did your childhood help you to form your ideas of marriage and what you needed to look for in a husband and father of your…