Providing a place of connection, rest and encouragement for women who are on the journey of living out their passion and purpose in Jesus Christ.
Ever Ancient Ever New: Changing Seasons
In this episode, we discuss God’s unchanging sovereignty despite the turmoil and constant changes brought on by the pandemic. We chat about the illusion of control, our litanies to God of what we would change if we could, and the peace that comes with surrender. We discuss allowing ourselves to experience our emotions fully in the face of disappointments, while always choosing to submit our feelings under the truth of God. We pray that this week you would know how much God delights in your trust!
We Begin, Again
In this episode, we reconnect after our summer break to discuss the ways God has grown us this summer and our hopes for the season to come. We marvel together at how the Lord continues to heal us, remind us of His truth, and invite us to abide deeper in who He is and who He says we are. We chat about how the maturation that comes with repentance and the willingness to start over again with God. We pray that God will do a new thing in you as you join us on the journey this season!
The Right to Hope
In this episode we discuss the virtue of Christian Hope through a discussion on Pope Francis’s homily from the 2020 Easter Vigil, A Right to Hope. We chat about hope as more than mere optimism but rather a deep trust that God keeps his promises and is who he says he is. We discuss the necessity of practicing hope in patience and humility as God reveals the mystery of how He is making all things new. This is our last episode of Season 9 and we will see you for Season 10 in the Fall!
In this episode we discuss the idea of personal revival through the power of the Holy Spirit, repentance and reawakening. We discuss the necessity of interior death in order to experience resurrection and the fears that prevent us from living in the power of the Holy Spirit. We chat about how to identify areas in our life that are dormant in order to experience new life and about the importance of community in bringing about revival. We pray the Holy Spirit would move mightily in your life this week!
Untying the Knots
In this episode we discuss the power of Christ to untie the knots of bitterness and unforgiveness in our life as we grow in holiness. We discuss the lies that come from our wounds and cause us to make agreements and judgements because of our hurt. We chat about the simple, but sometimes hard path towards greater freedom in Christ. We close our time together with a beautiful prayer led by Sister Miriam. We pray you would allow the Lord to untie the knots in your life this week!
Loving the Church
In this episode we discuss the mystery and gift of the Church in the midst of scandals, disappointments, heartaches and failures. We discuss the “both and” nature of the Church that delivers the grace of the sacraments and is made up of only sinners. We chat about the family of the Church and our role as women to help reconcile and restore the broken places through transparency and repentance. We pray you would notice the Holy Spirit working a new thing within your heart this week.
Absolutely LOVE this podcast
I absolutely LOVE this podcast and I am so grateful to God that I came across it! I was introduced to Sister Miriam James when she was Matt Fradd’s guest on Pints With Aquinas. “Abiding Together” is amazing! I love hearing all three of these amazing women interact and it has been very healing.
I saw Sister Miriam recently on my YouTube feed, and was mesmerized. It didn’t occur to me to search for her within podcasts, but heard mention of it in one of her introductions, and immediatly downloaded Abiding Together. These discussions are a gift to the soul. I did not know how very much I needed these new friends and their precious wisdom.
Thanks for the Invitation
Thank you for the invitation for coffee and delightful honest heart to heart conversations. Also, for the helpful guests, books, authors & topics and links to resources that always help us in our relationship with God. So grateful for allowing access to your older shows they are so helpful. You three, are our dear sisters in the Lord are a delight to me and my wife. Btw/ We are following your advice, “Quit talking to the Dang Snake!”