Lisa Hendey invites you to anticipate the New Year by adding our next Book Club selection to your “wish list” this Christmas! Join us as we strive to become “Saints in 16” by breaking open Maria Morera Johnson’s terrific new book.
Browsing: Book Club
This week we’re discussing Chapter 6, “Do You Love Me?” from Unleashed, by Sonja Corbitt. Patrice Fagnant-MacArthur discusses our hidden desires, what they reveal, and how we can ask the Lord for help to both discern and carry out what He wants us to do for Him.
This week we’re discussing Chapter 5 from Unleashed, by Sonja Corbitt. Jeannie Ewing examines how suffering is essentially an invitation to the desert – to exit our frenzied and often frivolous lifestyle and then to enter into that arid place devoid of purposeless banter and empty sounds. Silence beckons us to learn what lessons suffering offers to teach us.
This week we’re discussing Chapter 4 and Surrendering Judgment to Peace from Unleashed, by Sonja Corbitt. What could pain and conflict possibly have to do with healing and peace? Erin McCole Cupp invites readers to walk with her through this exciting chapter.
This week we’re discussing Chapter 3 from Unleashed, by Sonja Corbitt. Sarah Damm shares her thoughts on facing (and conquering) our predominant fault. She also conveys the reality that God loves us in our predominant fault, but loves us too much to want us to stay there.
This week Lisa Hendey interviews Sonja Corbitt, the author of Unleashed, to kick off CatholicMom.com’s Book Club. Join us for an eight week experience as we break open this compelling book together.
This week we’re discussing Chapter 19 from The Accidental Marriage, by Roger Thomas. Scott and Megan discover that the genuine love they have experienced occurred in the most unlikely of places: in their unique friendship and in their daughter Grace.
This week we’re discussing Chapters 15-16 from Accidental Marriage, by Roger Thomas. Reviewer Allison Gingras comments, “as I watched the dialog of this chapter unfold, the incredible role of the grace of God in our lives’ ripple, became even more astounding.”