I created I Love My Shepherd because

I want more for people and for relationships.

I know you do too.

We want to live outside of the boxes others create for our lives, our personalities, and our roles.

We want to take risks in our relationships, because of the safety of His love.

We want the church to be a place where God’s grace lives and reigns, where people can speak a struggle out loud, and find Truth and Love.

We want to stop relegating God and spiritual conversation to one place, and a few relationships, but find them in the everyday of life.

How can We make a difference?

At I Love My Shepherd, we create articles, books, Bible studies, and resources.

The resources here are readable, accessible, theological, while remaining practical and usable. They bring grace into the everyday experiences of your life. When the grace comes in, our relationships deepen. We end up connected, instead of isolated, lonely, and frustrated.

We can change the way we view people and all that goes with relationships and connection. We can feed grace into our mental, emotional, and relational health, particularly within the church and bring hope to our beautiful messes.

How can we do this together?

Chose one or more ways to join in:

Pick up one of our studies

Screen Shot 2018-11-26 at 10.16.35 AM.png

The Studies Available tab at the top of this page will lead you to all of our studies.

 

Listen to the podcast

 

Grab articles as they come out on the blog

 

Visit our YouTube channel - videos are designed for group or individual use.

 

Share your story with us

Name *
Name
What you share is confidential unless you give us permission to share.

Our Core Values (1).png

At I Love My Shepherd you’ll find humor, lots of room for conversation, and a whole lot of authenticity.


 
IMG_0911 Black and White.jpg

Writer, Deaconess, and licensed clinical social worker-Heidi Goehmann produces resources that advocate for grace and genuine relationships.

She loves her family, post it notes, Jesus, adventure, Star Wars, Star Trek, and new ideas…not necessarily in that order.