Get to Know Megan:
Megan Brown is a seasoned military spouse, mother of four, mission visionary, and church planter.
She has been married for 15 years to Master Sergeant Keith Brown. They have been stationed at Keesler AFB in Biloxi, MS, Columbus AFB in North MS, and at Wright Patterson AFB in Dayton, OH. They currently reside in South Mississippi with their four high-energy children: Hannah Marie, Beau, Noah Joe, and Carole.
Megan is a Moody Bible Institute graduate, earning a Bachelor of Science in Ministry Leadership with a focus in Women’s Ministry and Theology. She plans to return to Moody Theological Seminary to pursue a Master of Divinity.
She is a discipleship mentor for military spouses. As a keynote speaker, she continues to equip women to share the hope that they have in Christ Jesus. By modeling her formula for glorifying God in any lifestyle, military or otherwise, she teaches women the foundations of connection, community, and commissioning to share the gospel.
Her new Bible study, “Summoned: Answering a Call to the Impossible” with Moody Publishers, will release on May 4th, 2021.
Friday Morning Devotions
There's More to the Story than What Can Fit on the Insta Square
The story of Esther is sometimes overlooked as a “women’s story,” or said to be minimally important in the books of Scripture. This may be because God Himself is never mentioned in its pages and there is no specific language in the book instructing believers toward one behavior or another. No characters in its passages are praised for their choices or actions, nor is there clear-cut guidance on biblical ways for God’s people to live. The story catalogues the lives of a Persian king, a Jewish uncle, a hate-filled leader named Haman, and a beautiful woman called Esther. But, ultimately, this book isn’t about them at all. Instead, the book showcases the faithfulness of a sometimes unseen and unfelt God who is moving despite devastating circumstances. Esther offers us a look at who God is and shadows of the Savior- her story shows us the gospel.
The Story that Matters Most: The Essentials of Sharing the Gospel in Writing, Teaching, & Speaking.
The message of the gospel is the most profound truth in human history, and the central focal point of Christian communications. In this workshop, participants will learn the essential components of the gospel, how to connect the gospel to their message, and methods of sharing the gospel in their writing, teaching, and speaking.
Strategize Sharing the Gospel - Authors & Speakers
Megan is accepting 15-minute appointments to discuss strategies for gospel centered writing, teaching, and speaking. Attendees can expect to learn more about grasping and comprehending practical ways to communicate God's story of redemption through Jesus. By employing better Bible study techniques and engaging in spiritual disciplines, writers and speakers can fully invest themselves in the ultimate purpose of platform building: to engage wholly and fully in the mission and purpose of Jesus- The Great Commission.
The Speak Up–Norsworthy Global Missions Military Scholarship is laying the groundwork to change the world as we know it. With our ministry partners, we are able to create access points for military community members to sharpen their skills as biblical communicators. Our hope in this labor is to release the largest mobilized and missional force for Christ. We hope to send them to the ends of the earth to bear witness to the gospel. We believe that equipping the military community to carry the good news of Christ will kick-start revival and restoration.
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