In this episode we discuss chapter 3 of Pope Francis’s “Evangelii Gaudium – The Joy of the Gospel“. We focus on the importance of love as the heart of the Gospel and how we need to have an ongoing personal encounter with this Love before we can evangelize. We also talk about the Pope’s thoughts on the maternal dimension of evangelization.
In this episode we talk about the second chapter of Pope Francis’s “Evangelii Gaudium – The Joy of the Gospel“. We discuss some of the challenges of today’s world and of pastoral worker and how to not be a sour puss 🙂
In this episode we begin part 1 of our 5 part series on Pope Francis’s apostolic exhortation “Evangelii Gaudium – The Joy of the Gospel“. We discuss the first chapter and what it means to be a missionary disciple who first encounters Christ personally.
In this episode we talk about how God often calls us to wait and how we can find Him in the waiting. Sr. Miriam, Michelle, and Heather share insights and personal stories about how they have grown close to God in times of waiting and how the process is actually just as important as the end result.
“In this episode we talk about Pentecost, the birthday of the Church, and how we can prepare our hearts for a new outpouring of the Holy Spirit. We focus in on 2 Corinthians 3:17 “Now the Lord is the Spirit and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom”.
“This episode is part 2 of our series on spiritual warfare called “Fight Like A Girl”. We discuss two more essentials in spiritual warfare which are taking authority and declaration. We begin with the quote from the Chronicles of Narnia
“Lucy buried her head in his mane to hide from his face, But there must have been magic in his mane. She could feel lion-strength going into her. Quite suddenly she sat up. “I’m sorry, Aslan,” she said. “I’m ready now.” “Now you are a lioness,” said Aslan. “And now all Narnia will be renewed. But come. We have no time to lose.”
Joan of Arc said “I am not afraid, I was born to do this”
We are in a world at war and as women we are called and empowered to fight for truth, beauty, and goodness. Join us as we have a conversation about practical ways to spiritually battle and wear the armor of God.
In this episode we reflect on the quote “Do not abandon yourselves to despair. We are the Easter people and hallelujah is our song.” Saint John Paul II. We talk about what it means to be an Easter people and how to walk in the power of the resurrection in our own lives.
“In this episode we reflect on the scripture John 15:4-5 where Jesus invites us to abide in His love. Many of us live a life of striving and struggle, rather than accepting the invitation of abiding and trust.”
In this episode we discuss the power of community, the circles of community, the call to build one wherever you are and practical tips on how to do so! (Introverts-there is hope!)