31 min

Making Space for God to Restore You oneLife maps Podcast

    • Christianity

Parts of your soul need restoration? God has an invitation for you. Listen in as Gail Donahue and Joan Kelley describe spaces they create to invite people into this life-changing rhythm.
Getting time away with God -- just the two of you -- is a rarity for some of us, and a real gift. Sometimes distractions steal away minutes and hours from our intended time. Or, maybe just the idea of time alone with God is a bit unnerving. Push away the resistance and listen in to see if you might sense an invitation from God to join him in a time where he has your undivided attention. He's got something good for you.
Here's the link to Joan Kelley and Gail Donahue's website, if you'd like to know more about the 'My Life is Sacred' solitude retreats they host in community in the Chicago suburbs, or make available by invitation for staff retreats.
Listen in as Sharon Swing, Joan Kelley, Lori Shoults and Gail Donahue explore solitude retreats in community.
Please explore www.onelifemaps.com to download a free introduction booklet to 'Listen to My Life: Maps for Recognizing and Responding to God in My Story,' that contains the artwork we refer to in this episode. You can purchase your 'Listen to My Life' portfolio on that website, too.
Join us for the 'Listen to My Life' Facilitator Certification Workshop a live event in the Chicago suburbs April 8, 9 and half-day on the 10th.
Sharon Swing and others on our team offer one-on-one coaching or spiritual direction as guidance thru the 'Listen to My Life' experience in addition to virtual coaching groups that happen several times a year.
If we can serve you, please let us know by emailing us here.
We've had some questions about our podcasting equipment. Here is what we use:
Recorder
Microphones
Microphone Stands
Headset
Microphone Wind Screens
Headset Extension Cords
Headset Cable Splitter
The links in this episode may give us a minuscule amount of affiliate revenue from Amazon, but they won't cost you anything at all. Thanks for the support.

Parts of your soul need restoration? God has an invitation for you. Listen in as Gail Donahue and Joan Kelley describe spaces they create to invite people into this life-changing rhythm.
Getting time away with God -- just the two of you -- is a rarity for some of us, and a real gift. Sometimes distractions steal away minutes and hours from our intended time. Or, maybe just the idea of time alone with God is a bit unnerving. Push away the resistance and listen in to see if you might sense an invitation from God to join him in a time where he has your undivided attention. He's got something good for you.
Here's the link to Joan Kelley and Gail Donahue's website, if you'd like to know more about the 'My Life is Sacred' solitude retreats they host in community in the Chicago suburbs, or make available by invitation for staff retreats.
Listen in as Sharon Swing, Joan Kelley, Lori Shoults and Gail Donahue explore solitude retreats in community.
Please explore www.onelifemaps.com to download a free introduction booklet to 'Listen to My Life: Maps for Recognizing and Responding to God in My Story,' that contains the artwork we refer to in this episode. You can purchase your 'Listen to My Life' portfolio on that website, too.
Join us for the 'Listen to My Life' Facilitator Certification Workshop a live event in the Chicago suburbs April 8, 9 and half-day on the 10th.
Sharon Swing and others on our team offer one-on-one coaching or spiritual direction as guidance thru the 'Listen to My Life' experience in addition to virtual coaching groups that happen several times a year.
If we can serve you, please let us know by emailing us here.
We've had some questions about our podcasting equipment. Here is what we use:
Recorder
Microphones
Microphone Stands
Headset
Microphone Wind Screens
Headset Extension Cords
Headset Cable Splitter
The links in this episode may give us a minuscule amount of affiliate revenue from Amazon, but they won't cost you anything at all. Thanks for the support.

31 min