I recommend Jessica's book to everyone who wrongly thinks, 'people aren't interested in God.' In these chapters you'll see that God is on the move, bringing his saving story to curious and lost people through regular Christians like us.
former executive director, Billy Graham Center
Passionate and practical, filled with biblical insights and wisdom from lessons hard won. In Beautiful Feet Jessica Fick equips us to leave the footprints of our faith journey wherever we walk in life. Empowering and inspirational!
chair of 3DMovements
In her snappy, super-honest and sometimes disarmingly snarky style, Jessica Fick takes the sting out of sharing our faith. Whether we wear flip flops or stilettos, this gal challenges us all to put on shoes and walk our beautiful feet out to share our hope with our world.
speaker, author, cohost, Discover the Word
With a powerful and distinctly feminine voice, Fick challenges the church's understanding about the role of women in evangelistic ministry, correcting long-held assumptions about the male-dominated world of preaching evangelists. With humor, style and theological accuracy, Fick contends for the gender-inclusivity of the role of evangelist. Truly and unfortunately, a rare book celebrating the unique role women play in the work of evangelism. This book is sure to set many women free to proclaim the gospel with all the gifts and fervor the Spirit of God has given them.
-R. York Moore,
national evangelist, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
Evangelism can be a scary journey for many of us. It's easier to say that we haven't been called to travel this road, but the truth is that God has intended for every one of us to carry and deliver the message of Jesus wherever we go. Jessica Fick understands our fears and fragilities in starting this journey. But she doesn't let us get away with avoiding the call. Instead, she challenges us with honesty, humor and heartfelt exhortations to move our beautiful feet and bring good news to a world that needs Jesus. In this much-needed book, we learn so much from Jessica and her examples in everyday witness.
author of The Missional Mom
Evangelism isn't a calling or gifting reserved for men, and now we finally have a book that speaks directly to women with respect as those also created in God's image. Jessica Leep Fick writes with the voice of a teacher, preacher, neighbor and woman - owning and celebrating the many seasons of life, relationships, and expressions of femininity, broken and redeemed. She is a needed voice in the training up of evangelists but more importantly in our faithful, day-to-day lives as Jesus followers.
director of campus access initiatives, InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
Every woman who wants to share Jesus should read this book! Jessica uses humor, personal stories and wonderful theology not only to encourage but also to train in how to make disciples.