Every year, Baptists across the nation celebrate the timeless legacy of Lottie Moon by giving to the annual Lottie Moon Christmas Offering. But how many of us actually know Lottie’s story?


In this episode, Executive Director-Treasurer Todd Unzicker sits down with Amy Whitfield, executive director of communications at The Summit Church in Raleigh-Durham, to discuss her new children’s book Lottie Moon: The Girl Who Reached the World. Aimed at elementary school students, the book tells Lottie’s story in a way that reminds us all why we are on mission together. 

Listen in as the two discuss the background of the book, the importance of Lottie Moon and more.  

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Podcast Highlights:

  • “I think it’s an incredible thing to be able to tell (kids) about her and say ‘Look at what this woman did. And you can follow God’s plan like that, too.’” (06:37)
  • “She [Lottie Moon] knew we had the capability…. It’s an incredible thing to take the resources we have and to do that and to put it toward going after lostness among the nations.” (08:35)
  • “The Lord has designed you in a very specific way… Think about what you love, think about how the Lord has designed you and go find a way to serve in that area.” (11:18)