8 episodes

Do you ever feel like there just isn’t enough time? Is fear stopping you from pursuing your dreams & maybe even some daily decisions? Do you ever feel alone even when you're in a room full of people? Does your inner voice constantly point out your imperfections and mistakes? Here’s the truth - you are not alone.

Join us as we tackle the lies we’ve believed and fight to replace them with the truth. We don’t fight alone. Welcome to the Whatever is True Sisterhood. It’s time to take your mask off and put your crown on.

Whatever is True Sisterhood WIT Sisterhood

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 5.0 • 19 Ratings

Do you ever feel like there just isn’t enough time? Is fear stopping you from pursuing your dreams & maybe even some daily decisions? Do you ever feel alone even when you're in a room full of people? Does your inner voice constantly point out your imperfections and mistakes? Here’s the truth - you are not alone.

Join us as we tackle the lies we’ve believed and fight to replace them with the truth. We don’t fight alone. Welcome to the Whatever is True Sisterhood. It’s time to take your mask off and put your crown on.

    EPISODE 8: We Have No Idea What We're Doin, But It's Good Reflecting On Season 1

    EPISODE 8: We Have No Idea What We're Doin, But It's Good Reflecting On Season 1

    It has been an incredible first season and we’re so thankful for all of your support and love throughout this journey. We’re so excited for Season 2 and we can't wait for you all to see what we have in store! Until then we hope you’ve learned ways to grow closer in your relationship with God and how to build deep connections with the women in your life. In our final episode of Season 1, our founders Jenn, Gabby, and Melissa look back at all of the amazing insights and takeaways that we’ve learned in previous episodes. We encourage you to listen!

    Takeaways:

    Friendship and Sisterhood provide the opportunity to learn something. Take those chances with vulnerability.
    Be patient, extend grace, give love and take accountability in your friendships. Be willing to communicate and reconcile when hurt happens.
    Your story has power and sharing it not only allows you to experience healing but can do the same for others as well.
    God can handle your unfiltered thoughts and feelings. Be honest with him and unpack everything you’re feeling but also take time to wait and listen for what he might be trying to tell you.
    Forgiveness is ultimately between us and God. Confront any unforgiveness in your heart and give yourself grace and be patient. Forgiveness is a choice and a process. If it’s difficult for you, be honest with God and ask him for help.

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    • 46 min
    Episode 7: Present Over Perfect: Book Study Recap

    Episode 7: Present Over Perfect: Book Study Recap

    Every few months our local Sisterhood circle does a bible or book study together. We’ll be sharing some of our favorites with all of you each season.  In this episode, we unpack the insights and takeaways we gathered as a group from the book "Present Over Perfect" by Shauna Niequist. We also have a special guest, Ms. Alyssa Cummings. 

    Read our corresponding blog with Key Takeaways on this episode, resources, exercises, and supporting scriptures found on our website by simply clicking here.

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    • 45 min
    EPISODE 6: The One F Word You Should Use Daily: FORGIVENESS

    EPISODE 6: The One F Word You Should Use Daily: FORGIVENESS

    If we’re honest sometimes forgiveness feels completely unfair and downright impossible. In this episode, Pastor Miriam Callahan shares her miraculous experiences with forgiveness and unpacks how we can begin to transform our relationships through our choice to forgive.

    Throughout this episode, she helps us answer the questions, “what is forgiveness, what isn’t forgiveness, how do I know I need to forgive, what do I do if I can’t forgive and what are the effects of unforgiveness?” She explains the impact unforgiveness has in our lives and describes how we can find our way to forgiveness while dealing with our unacknowledged hurts.

    Takeaways:


    Forgiveness is a choice and a process that takes time.
    You can be a child of God but still remain under the burden of unforgiveness, both yours towards others and God’s towards you.
    Failure to forgive is a result of minimizing how hurt we felt.
    Making amends is when God convicts me that I have done harm to someone else, and I have a desire to express my regret for the pain I caused.
    If you don’t have it in you to forgive on your own, ask God to give you the willingness and ability to forgive.

    Read our corresponding blog with Key Takeaways on this episode, resources, exercises, and supporting scriptures found on our website by simply clicking here.

    Pastor Miriam Callahan is an author and creator of a recovery program that has helped thousands of people heal their trauma and transform their lives. She has 40 years of counseling and ministry experience. She holds a master’s degree in Christian Counseling and has worked for state agencies and private counseling centers. From her ordination in 2002 to her retirement in 2017, Miriam led community care, recovery, and freedom ministries for CityChurch. She has trained leaders in the US, Africa, Europe, and Asia on how to bring recovery and inner healing to their congregations

    Follow Pastor Miriam: YouTube

    Latest Publication:

    “The H20 Workbook: A Biblical Path to Hope, Heal and Overcome for the Thirsty Soul”

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    • 44 min
    Episode 5: Could Changing Your Desires Cure You of Your Doubt...and Everything Else?

    Episode 5: Could Changing Your Desires Cure You of Your Doubt...and Everything Else?

    Pastor Miriam Callahan is an author and creator of a recovery program that has helped thousands of people heal their trauma and transform their lives.  In this episode, Jenn and Miriam discuss doubt and unveil the barriers that prevent women from accepting the one thing that can heal them, God’s love.

    Miriam Callahan has 40 years of counseling and ministry experience. She holds a master’s degree in Christian Counseling and has worked for state agencies and private counseling centers. From her ordination in 2002 to her retirement in 2017, Miriam led community care, recovery and freedom ministries for CityChurch. She has trained leaders in the US, Africa, Europe, and Asia on how to bring recovery and inner healing to their congregations.

    Read our corresponding blog with Key Takeaways on this episode, resources, exercises, and supporting scriptures found on our website by simply clicking here.

    Thank you for listening and we kindly ask you for a rating, review and a follow on this platform. We appreciate it!

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    • 51 min
    Episode 4: Will He still be your God? Jenn’s Story of Infertility and Faith

    Episode 4: Will He still be your God? Jenn’s Story of Infertility and Faith

    For over 20 years, Jenn Jennings has led thousands of people in worship and has shared her faith with all who know her.  But, this is the first time anyone has heard the full story.    In a moment of complete vulnerability, Jenn unravels a decade-long journey of persistent hope and the one decision that has changed her life.

    Read our corresponding blog with Key Takeaways on this episode, resources, exercises, and supporting scriptures found on our website by simply clicking here.

    WARNING: This episode may not be suitable for all ears.

    Thank you for listening and we kindly ask you for a rating, review and a follow on this platform. We appreciate it! 

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    • 58 min
    WIT Sisterhood -- EP. 03 --There’s only one way to create Sisterhood: Share your story.

    WIT Sisterhood -- EP. 03 --There’s only one way to create Sisterhood: Share your story.

    In this episode, we interview Maxine Higgins about her journey to discovering Sisterhood and how she’s utilized her story to transform her life and the lives of those around her. Her raw honesty forces us to confront the true cost of building Sisterhood and how it’s exactly what Jesus wants for us.

    More About Maxine Higgins: Maxine Higgins is the founder of Strong Women_of_ God an online community that encourages, teaches, and highlights women of God, and BravelyRise, an organization that provides retreats for women who have struggled with a difficult past. She is also an Executive Director at a local church in Northern Virginia and is passionate about all things sisterhood. Having paid off $300k in student debt she is a huge champion of living a debt-free lifestyle and helping others to do the same! She is married to her college sweetheart and at the time of this podcast is soon to be a mom!

    Read our corresponding blog with Key Takeaways on this episode, resources, exercises, and supporting scriptures found on our website by simply clicking here.

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    • 57 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
19 Ratings

19 Ratings

Jmelynne ,

Worth your time! Sisterhood at its best!

I can honestly say I wish I hadn’t slept on this podcast for so long!! The way that God speaks through these women is unmatched. I listen and find myself challenged, encouraged and inspired. For someone like me who doesn’t have a sisterhood locally, this feels like sitting down with friends. Truly worth a listen.

Sms433480 ,

So worth your time!

There is such truth in this podcast! Each episode is encouraging, genuine and points you back to Jesus.

jilljillg ,

Sisterhood

Thank you for this podcast and sisterhood. I anxiously await each drop. This week I was moved to tears and full body chills hearing Jen’s story. Keep up the wonderful work. I’ve enjoyed your raw and real discussions and they help me connect with God and other women.