Colleen Radcliff and I were part of a getaway recently with a handful of other women and well, you get to really know a person riding in the car with them for 8 hours… and I sure liked what I saw. :-0) I know you will too.
Colleen and I laugh about all the different perspectives with which we see things as humans. But as she points out, we can help balance each other with our diversity- such is the beauty of the body of Christ.
She relays a life-giving conversation she had with one of her bff’s – Jenny Watson, whose interview is on Ep 83. And I ask about one of her walking buddies- Lauren Huyoung, whose interview you can find on Ep 80– (this just so happens to be the very year Lauren was born! I love that year. *
It’s such a thrill for me to introduce you to these amazing from my community week after week. Makes my heart happy!!!
Colleen dealt with loss at an early age and has always been a reformer at heart but has a natural way of making others feel loved in the process; such a life giver.
Since the recording of this interview, there have been some big changes in Colleen’s world; she is now serving as the Women’s Director at our church Yeay! AND the neighbor she befriended in Michigan recently became a Christ follower. (Isn’t that so cool? Talk about radical ordinary hospitality in action!)
On another note, I want you to know, Love- I’m changing the name of this podcast. From here on out, it’s going to be called “The Listening Well. This is just me trying to keep things simple and consistent, since that’s the name I finally landed on for my new coaching business. (If you were one of the ones who helped me to make that decision at long last, THANK YOU!)
As far as the podcast goes, if you’re already subscribed, you won’t have to do a thing. I’m still gonna be right here on this channel, so the feed will automatically keep coming to your headphones but the only difference will be this- instead of saying “Hey Love with Karthi Masters,” your feed will start calling it “The Listening Well with Karthi Masters.”
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Just another way for you to live out love,
Till next time,
*oops- just discovered Lauren HuYoung’s episode is #80 but her birth year is 1976. (It was stated incorrectly on the podcast- #clumsyme.)
Here are all the things mentioned in this episode;
“Whole Hearted Discipleship” – the workbook is still being piloted at FBC and will be available to the public very soon. :-0) Watch this video explaining what it’s all about.
“Reengage” is the marriage class we refer to. Find a class near you- http://marriagehelp.org/
The song “Defender” written by Rita Springer, sung by Upper Room; listen here.
And here’s Francesca’s version.
The Francine Rivers series on women is found here.
Listen to the traditional hymn, “Trust and Obey”
and “They’ll Know We Are Christians” sung by For King and Country; Here