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 -- and videocast! -- 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.
What if we let "She showed up!" be our call? Sharing the good news of God with people who have not yet walked through the doors of the church looks like being a good friend and letting others know you care. Video episode at Rez Women YouTube.
When we are honest with ourselves, with God and with others, we find great depth and true connection -- exactly what we are made for! Video episode available on our Rez Women YouTube Channel.
Have you examined your life? In doing so, you see what it has to tell you about God, about yourself and about your future. Video episode available on Rez Women YouTube.
Flex your empowerment muscle! God invites us to be empowered in our daily moments of life and in our our caring relationships with others, leading us to make space to co-create a life of joy. Video episode available on Rez Women YouTube Channel.
Susie Davis experiences God in the moments of listening and mentoring young women, in her church community, riding her beloved horse, and even the recent power and water outages of Austin, Texas where she lives. Video episode available on Rez Women YouTube.
Amy Seiffert, author, speaker and teacher, says the pandemic has reduced everything down to what really matters. Now, if her kids allow (and stay out of the locked door), this is going to be a great conversation! Also available by video on Rez Women YouTube.
Rising up from the weight and numbness of this pandemic will call upon our own agency to rebuild our life for the emerging landscape ahead. Also available by video on Rez Women YouTube.
Pull up a chair to Dr. Diana Butler Bass' table, and share your first memory of Jesus. It may not match her story (!!), but it does point to what she calls "memoir theology." Also available by video on Rez Women YouTube.
Looking at ourself and others through the lens of the Enneagram helps us become aware of our differences and give each other more grace. Also available on our Rez Women YouTube Channel.
Shannon and Maribeth give us a close up view of this year's "Grace Upon Grace" virtual conference, including all the ways you can grow in your understanding of grace -- for yourself and for the world. Also available by video on the Rez Women YouTube Channel.