Gina Felter reviews “Your Relationship with Technology: the Good, the Bad and the Ugly” in Tami Kiser’s “Relationships” video series for women.
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A conversation between Gina Felter and her son reminds us that Christmas is all about presence.
Lisa Duffy consoles our divorced brothers and sisters in this Catholic Conference 4 Moms reflection, reviewed here by Gina Felter.
This week we’re discussing Part One: Smells and Bells (#1-12) from The Catholic Catalogue, by Melissa Musick and Anna Keating. Gina Felter reviews this comprehensive guide for travelers journeying the life of Catholocisim and invites you join in the discussion.
Find your inner obnoxious optimist. Learn to smile awkwardly at inappropriate times. It’s a cursed gift Gina Felter all too happily wishes to pass on to you, along with a few recommended inspiring Instagram profiles to help get you started.
A silly, small-minded and totally self-serving post on the deeply intimate journey of overcoming personal fears and limitations. Gina Felter invites you to step out beyond yourself and trust in His plan as an act of living out that child like faith we are called to. A faith that transcends and transforms any earthly limitations.