Jennifer Lucy Tyler

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We are so excited to introduce JENNIFER LUCY TYLER to our readers. Jennifer is a powerful woman of God, who has an absolutely amazing transformation and ongoing journey with Christ. Her transformation has been documented in her first ever book, released in 2011, “Dried Tears-A Woman’s Guide to Overcoming” and she is the creator of the journals “Be Your Own Relationship Goals Vol.1, “and “The Change Maker Guide to Studying the Bible”.

Oh by the way, we are patiently waiting for Vol. 2, Jennifer Tyler is also the founder of missionary meetup group Soul Circles.

“We exist to serve the servant leader through copywriting, copy, social media management, web development, and also virtual assistants.”

Soul Circles is a powerful community of women that come together to study and communion over God’s word. One of the best things about Soul Circles is that this event can be hosted by you.

Soul circle started from humble beginnings “as Sister’s Days Out,” says Jennifer, back then she would “rent out a room in the library and invite women from the church to study the bible.”

Those early days are the days that were cherished by many and Jen made Soul Circles what it is today, a great community of women coming together to share the love of Christ and to be “transformed by his word”.

Here at Inclub, we consider this woman absolutely special and the relationship we have cultivated with Jennifer is unparalleled. For this issue, she truly represents the top 20 most influential Women. Sit back and enjoy this read, you are in for a treat.

So, Jennifer, let everybody know what it is that you do. You know a little bit about yourself?

JLT- I’ll start by answering the question but answering it in a different way. What do I love, so I love people, I love the Bible. I love discipling, I love community; I love my family. I love my husband, and I love being from Washington DC.

So, Jennifer, let everybody know what it is that you do. You know a little bit about yourself?

JLT-I’ll start by answering the question by answering it in a different way. What do I love, so I love people, I love the Bible. I love discipling, I love community; I love my family. I love my husband, and I love being from Washington DC.

I’m also a Bible teacher.

“I love teaching women in particular how to study the Scriptures. And I love just breaking that down and making it easy for anyone to be able to easily and exciting for people to be able to approach the scriptures and to be able to study the Word for themselves.”

Out of that came Soul Circles, which is my women’s ministry; we exist to teach women how to study the Bible. We have an online community and how we do that through various inductive Bible study teachings. That’s a little bit of who I am.

Let’s kind of start at the beginning, who was the first person who influenced and had the most impression on how you view femininity and womanhood?

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