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It’s been a few years, but we’re excited to bring back our girl~to~girltalk interview series. In the past, we’ve been privileged to give you a glimpse into the lives of women such as Noël Piper, Mary Mohler, and Nancy Leigh DeMoss. We have several interviews planned for the next few months and today we are very pleased to welcome Heather Platt to girltalk. Heather is the wife of David Platt, Senior Pastor of The Church at Brook Hills and author of the book Radical. Heather serves David as he leads the church and travels internationally. She is the busy mom of three young children. We have not yet had the privilege to meet Heather personally, but have been so blessed by her godly character that shines through in this interview. We are sure you will be blessed as well. We asked Heather to answer a few brief questions to help us get to know her. More of the interview will follow in the days ahead.
You probably know me as: David Platt’s wife
I’ve been married for: 13 years this December
My children are: Caleb - 6, Joshua - 4, Mara Ruth - 22 months, and one on the way, Lord willing, in November
I was born/grew up in: Atlanta, GA
After the Bible, the best Christian book I’ve ever read: That’s a tough one because I love to read. I have loved many books, but Shepherding a Child’s Heart by Tedd Tripp and Redeeming Love by Francine Rivers are two of my favorites. I also love reading Christian biographies.
Currently I am reading: The Well-Trained Mind (it’s a homeschooling book so I can learn what in the world I am suppose to teach my kids for 1st grade!)
The movie I’ve watched more times than any other: It’s a Wonderful Life
The music you’re most likely to find me listening to: praise and worship
My favorite food: seafood
My favorite morning beverage: coffee
The household chore I most enjoy: cleaning and de-cluttering to make things more organized
If I have free time, you’ll most likely find me: reading or exercising
My favorite place in the world: the beach!
The Bible verse I return to most often: Matthew 5:16, “In the same way, let your light shine before others, so that they may see your good works and give glory to your Father who is in heaven.”