Blessed, Beautiful, and Bodacious: A Q&A with Pat Gohn


Popular Catholic author and podcast host Pat Gohn has delivered a loving tribute to the feminine in her new book Blessed, Beautiful, and Bodacious: Celebrating the Gift of Catholic Womanhood.  With praise pouring in from a host of important bloggers, the book seems destined to be a timely and inspired resource for what it means [Read More...]

More or Less: A Fresh Approach to a Familiar Topic


“More or Less” author Jeff Shinabarger writes from an experiential location about his call to be a steward of his possessions, time and gifts for the good of the world that God loves without using religious or church language as a prompt or mandate. [Read more...]

A Recipe for Joy: A Q&A with Robin Davis


The biggest change in my life – bigger even than getting married and becoming a stepmother – was letting God back in. It was like opening the shades of a darkened room and letting in the light. It changed everything. [Read more...]

Ancient Feminine Wisdom for Today’s Spiritual Communities

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By Sibyl Dana Reynolds Within these pages, the sisters of Belle Cœur crafted a collective life, a multicolored tapestry, woven with their hands and hearts, tears and laughter, blood and bones. – From the author’s message, Ink and Honey, by Sibyl Dana Reynolds Communities of women, like branches on the Tree of Life, grow from an ancient [Read More...]

How Jesus Flipped My World Upside Down: A Q&A with Chad Norris


The more I prayed, the more I saw people getting healed. Novel concept. I prayed and still pray with tiny faith and huge revelation of His love for us. [Read more...]

The Gift of Boundaries: Reflections on The World is Not Ours To Save


It is a mysterious kind of gift to be told that you can not do everything. [Read more...]

Does God Want to Heal Everyone?


Author Chad Norris and I would agree that the lovers of Jesus need to keep on asking Him to throw His fastball. His love will sort the rest out. [Read more...]