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In our Christmas edition of the podcast, we talk about "A Woman's Greatest Gift,"—her emotional health. When a woman possesses and practices the three fold cord of emotional health and spiritual authenticity: a healthy sense of self, healthy behavior patterns and...read more
Today, I both ask and challenge myself and you: Do we dare to believe like Mary believed? Unabashedly?
I’m leaning in and answering, “Yes!” How about you? Mary shows us that Jesus can be trusted. He is faithful and true and oh so real. If you need to, lean on me. We are on this holy journey together. Let us wait and watch and wonder…we are Easter people and Hallelujah is our song.
Maundy Thursday is a day to reflect. Today, Author Janell Rardon, shares how one woman can change history’s narrative.read more
I've heard this story so many times, yet never focused on Pilate's wife and the incredible dream she was given by God. This dream became a critical part of the Holy Week narrative. [Tweet "One woman's dream changed everything."] Only Matthew records it. Only one verse...read more
The Denial of St. Peter, Caravaggio, c. 1610, Metropolitan Museum of Art Notice the pointing fingers: the soldier's one + the maid servant's two. Peter denies Christ three times. Notice the positioning of Peter's hands and the two fingers pointing towards his heart....read more
"Like Mary, have you been criticized for something you've done?" -Women of the Passion, Session 2 The Extravagant Love of God Extravagant, adj., "exceeding what is reasonable or appropriate." She must have loved Jesus so much. Jesus was in many ways a part of her...read more
Jesus also arrived in Jerusalem on a donkey, which was considered highly symbolic. At the time, a king riding a donkey symbolized peace, while a king on a horse symbolized war — while Jesus was not technically a king, his followers considered him to be King of Israel....read more
“Mankind's greatest achievements have come about by talking, and its greatest failures by not talking. It doesn't have to be like this. Our greatest hopes could become reality in the future. With the technology at our disposal, the possibilities are unbounded. All we...read more
Share Some Happy! Today is International Happiness Day. Until I heard it on Good Morning America, I had no idea it even existed. Be sure to check out the incredible website dedicated to all things happy! Here in Virginia, it's a blustery, drizzly,...read more
There is strength in empty. Not the kind of strength we wish for. We want polished strength, the kind that wears a cape and leaps tall buildings with a single bound. I couldn't leap or fly or save anyone from catastrophe. In fact, I could barely show up....read more
Rest: a period or interval of inactivity, repose, solitude, or tranquility: to go away for a rest. Restoration: the act of restoring; renewal, revival, or reestablishment. The Necessity of Rest-oration I don't rest well. For doers, like myself, rest seems like the...read more
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