Bobbie SchaeperkoetterCreative Branding / Online Marketing

    Bobbie Schaeperkoetter makes her home in Jefferson City, Missouri, with her high school sweetheart-turned hubby and her two handsome boys.  Bobbie felt a strong calling as a young Christian wife and mother to make her home her main ministry.  Bobbie is an avid supporter of her husband, his career and home-schooling her boys. Being a wife and mother will always be her most cherished ministry.

    As her children grew, Bobbie became involved in ministry outside of her home.  God placed a desire on her heart to love on women and walk alongside them as they grow and mature in their faith.  Bobbie is on the leadership team of Inspire, a local women’s ministry dedicated to uniting women in heart and purpose.  She is passionate about building relationships and intimate connections among the body of women believers.  As a way to build those relationships, Bobbie regularly leads small groups and book studies for Inspire.  

    Bobbie is a blogger at bobbieschae.com.  She is passionate about sharing God in a way that is genuine and authentic through writing.  Her stylistic way of conversational writing will give you a feeling of camaraderie, as if the two of you were chatting over a cup of coffee.  

    Bobbie’s heart is one of service.  Her belief is that God’s love should be not only be talked about but walked out in daily living. Some of her greatest joy comes when she is actively serving others through various volunteer organizations such as her local food pantry or the Gary Sinise Foundation for veterans.

    Bobbie is the Director of Ministry and Creative Branding for The Women In My World working closely with The Genesis Project Development Group’s production team to create brand identity and ministry outreaches for specific content.  She is thrilled about the opportunity to be a part the growing a community of women dedicated to being the salt and light with their identities rooted in Christ, and their reach stretching across the world to love one another and to honor God with their individual giftings and talents.