Jenny Leavitt | Author

Jenny Leavitt

Jenny Leavitt is a pastor’s wife who has written for ministry publications for years but never considered that “real” writing. She just did it because she loved it and there was a need. Now, she serves alongside her husband in a community desperate for Good News, where she continues to be amazed at how far God will go to rescue broken, hurting people.

She wrote GodPrints after feeling compelled to share her family’s story of God’s faithfulness through shattering loss. She continues to encourage others to lean into Jesus in all of life’s ups and downs and in-betweens.

While her youngest son, Jacob, is already home in heaven, her oldest son, Caleb, daily makes her proud as he strives to love Jesus and be the man God called him to be. Jenny and Myron, her best friend and husband of nearly thirty years, make their home in central Florida with a dog who thinks she’s a cat. Connect with Jenny at

“He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away. He who was seated on the throne said, “I am making everything new!” Then he said, “Write this down, for these words are trustworthy and true” (Rev. 21:4-5 NIV).

One of the unique things about the ministry of Just Between Us is that we are reader-written ministry. Women from all over the world, who have a heart to walk alongside women to encourage, inspire, comfort, help, and bring hope through the power of God's Word, share their writing gifts with this ministry. They are women just like you, coming from all ages and stages of life─single women, married women, joyful women, hurting women, and everything in between. Our authors are women who don't want you to feel alone, so they put their hearts out there, so you will have those "me too" moments and feel like you have made a new friend. Somehow now your faith journey doesn't seem so hard, so overwhelming. You will find an incredible sisterhood waiting for you as our authors share their hearts...and leave every article  saying, "Someone understands me and my heart. Someone gets what I'm going through." And they do!

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