The What Matters podcast looks inward at unique experiences, upward for divine direction and outward to see God’s activity in our world. It’s all about what matters for women seeking more than just a quick glance at life.
Church of the Resurrection
This is a podcast from the Women's Ministry of Church of the Resurrection, and is created in association with the annual Inspired for Life Women's Conference. Learn more about the women's ministry at cor.org/women.
Host Ginger Rothhaas
Ginger is the host of the What Matters podcast. She is a graduate of Saint Paul School of Theology, and she and her husband Rob have a son, a daughter, and a high energy dog. She loves writing, conversations over coffee, and teaching spiritual classes.
Host Maribeth Hinderer
Maribeth is co-host of the podcast and has been the Inspired for Life Conference emcee for the past several years. She and her husband Alan enjoy their empty nest and always look forward to visits with their children. She teaches Pilates locally and Bible study classes each fall at church.
Powerful story of overcoming the fear of facing our own reality of a diagnosis, all the complications that come with it, and how faith gets us through it all.
Perfect love drives out fear -- so why is fear so persistent in our daily lives? Replacing fear with the power of reverence, respect and wonder helps to propel us past fear once and for all!
There’s a big difference between feeling like a failure and actually failing at something – one is a perception while the other is an occurrence. Learning the difference can propel you to try instead of never even attempting!
We follow the best boat-rocker in Jesus who took on institutions and systems in the name of love and with the goal of protecting those marginalized and hurt by society. We are also called to use our voice when the voiceless are hurting.
Hear from Patricia Sanders Hall, who through discernment decided to retire and then devote herself to full-time ministry due to the Spirit’s movement in her life.
Despair is described as "pure nothingness," or a moment when we’re drained of all rational thought. It calls for escape. Yet, God meets us to lift us out and show the way toward peace.
Many of us put great pressure on ourselves to be perfect and have great fear of judgment, failure, and disappointing others. Learn some practices for taking the pressure off and resting in God’s declaration that you are enough.
We all desire to be liked and accepted by others. Often, what others think about us controls the way we live. God, however, wants us to shine brightly as our full selves and not worry so much about pleasing others.
Be inspired with this story of hope, as Deliece shares her journey through a fearful diagnosis that included the words, "there is no cure." Her answer to these scary words? Over $3 Million raised for childhood cancer research!
Change is hard! Yet, there are practices for coping with and making the most of change. You may even end up learning how to embrace change and to see it as an exciting opportunity!