The Dignity of Women
The Dignity of Women
The Dignity of Women - Episode 025 - Sonja Corbitt
Sonja Corbitt, The Bible Study Evangelista and creator of the LOVE the Word Bible study method and journal is a Catholic Scripture teacher with a story teller’s gift – a Southern belle with a warrior’s heart and a poet’s pen. A best-selling author, her weekly CatholicTV and radio show and other Bible study resources are bites of spinach that taste like cake - to help you “love and lift all you’ve been given.” Sonja's work resonates deeply with the female heart and she joins me on The Dignity of Women to unpack everything from letting God heal the "father wound" to resolving anxiety and fear in the Word of God.
The Dignity of Women - Episode 024 - Carrie Gress
Carrie Gress; Author of The Marian Option, The Anti-Mary Exposed and Theology of Home joins me to boldly discuss toxic femininity in our culture - the effects it's had and how to rescue ourselves, our family, and our society.
The Dignity of Women - Episode 023 - Doug Johnson
Doug Johnson, husband of pro-life activist Abby Johnson and stay-at-home dad to their 8 children joins me on this episode of The Dignity of Women to share his side of the Unplanned story.
The Dignity of Women - Episode 022 - Dawn Eden Goldstein (Jewish Rock and Roll Journalist to Catholic Convert)
Dawn Eden Goldstein is a Jewish convert and Rock and Roll historian. As a victim of childhood sexual abuse, Goldstein is an outspoken advocate for healing through proper counsel and God's mercy. Dawn joins me on this episode of The Dignity of Women to share the unconventional road that brought her to the Catholic faith.
The Dignity of Women - Episode 021 - Fr. Donald Calloway
Fr. Donald Calloway, a Catholic priest, often known as the “surfer priest” with a radical conversation through Our Lady joins me on this episode of The Dignity of Women to explain how a high school dropout and juvenile delinquent becomes the prolific defender of Mary and her spouse Joseph.
The Dignity of Women - Episode 020 - Patrick Sullivan
Catholic lay evangelist, Patrick Sullivan was raised by a single mother in rough neighborhoods of Canada and grew up with poor examples of father figures throughout his childhood and teens. It wasn't until a miraculous experience that Patrick turned to God and the Catholic Church and found the example of fatherhood he had longed for in the Catholic priesthood. Patrick Sullivan of Evango joins me on this episode of The Dignity of Women to share how he learned to fully live his fatherhood through the scriptures, and how he works with others to create a household rooted in peace.