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Episode 48: Are you wasting your life? Vocation, Calling, and God’s Will Do you ever wonder if you are following God’s call on your life? Do you feel pressure to reach your vocation? Are you struggling with feeling called to marriage, parenthood, etc. but are still single? Have you had people pressure you into considering religious life even when you have discerned that is not God’s will? … Read More Read More
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Relationships Episodes on relationships, singleness, breakups, healing, parenting, and more. Let's Talk About It
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Who We Are A collection of episodes sharing who we are Let's Talk About It
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Catholic vs. Protestant A collection of Megan and Jacque's debates regarding Catholic and Protestant doctrines. Let's Talk About It
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Episode 48: Are you wasting your life? Vocation, Calling, and God’s Will Do you ever wonder if you are following God’s call on your life? Do you feel pressure to reach your vocation? Are you struggling with feeling called to marriage, parenthood, etc. but are still single? Have you had people pressure you into considering religious life even when you have discerned that is not God’s will? … Read More Read More
Episode 47: Navigating Church Hurt – A Conversation with Derek Perdue We have a very special guest for this episode – Megan’s dad! In this episode, Derek Perdue talks about his experiences with hurt in churches and how someone can navigate church hurt. TW: This episodes discusses elements of abuse. A few questions discussed in this episode: What is “church hurt”? Are many cases of “church … Read More Read More
Episode 46 – A Catholic and a Protestant Visit An Orthodox Church For this episode, we did something a little different…we visited a Greek Orthodox Church! Listen in to hear our thoughts, reflections, and different experiences.
Episode 45: Our Favorite Things About Catholicism & Protestantism We’ve done several episodes “arguing” the differences between our expressions of Christianity, but what about what we appreciate about the other? What does Jacque (a Catholic) like about Protestants and what does Megan (a Protestant) like about Catholics? In this episode, Jacque shares five things she appreciates about Protestantism and Megan shares five things she … Read More Read More
Episode 44: A Catholic and Protestant Discuss Our Lady of Guadalupe, Juan Diego, and MORE Who are Our Lady of Guadalupe and St. Juan Diego? Why is there such a devotion surrounding this Marian apparition? What to Protestants think about Catholics who are devoted to Mary? In this informal episode, listen to Jacque and Megan discuss the story of Juan Diego, Megan’s Protestant responses, and Jacque’s Catholic reflections.  1:47.130 Who … Read More Read More
Episode 43: How to get rid of shame in your life – A Conversation with Danielle Kelly Today we are joined by the lovely Danielle Kelly to talk about how you can get rid of shame. Danielle is a certified professional life coach and host of the Unashamed and Free Podcast where she talks about journeying out of shame and into freedom. She also leads women’s ministry at her church, Chicago West … Read More Read More
Episode 42: On Forgiveness – What it is, What it isn’t, and Why You Should Do it What is forgiveness? Should we forgive and forget? In this episode, we talk about what forgiveness isn’t, what it is, and why we do it. We also talk about how true forgiveness brings healing and redemption. Resources: Forgiveness: What it is (podcast: The Place We Find Ourselves) Forgiveness: What it’s not (podcast: The Place We … Continue reading Episode 42: On Forgiveness – What it is, What it isn’t, and Why You Should Do it →
Episode 41: Updated Reflections on Healing In our first season, we talked about healing in episode 5 (The Path of Healing is the Valley of Death). Now, a year later, we want to revisit the topic of healing and give some updated reflections. Jacque recently attended a healing retreat with the John Paul II Healing Center and will be sharing her … Continue reading Episode 41: Updated Reflections on Healing →
Episode 40: Should You Save Sex for Marriage? It has been the traditional Christian ethic to save sex for marriage, but is it worth it? Will saving sex until marriage be a decision you regret? In this episode, Jacque and Megan discuss: Does God call us to save sex for marriage? What is the purpose of sex? Does our biology tell us to … Continue reading Episode 40: Should You Save Sex for Marriage? →
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