On September 15, 2018, 4-year-old Marco Shemwell was hit by a car after attending a University of Kentucky football game. Two days later he passed away from his injuries. Marco’s mom, Liz Shemwell, shares about her grief, the Marco Shemwell Foundation, and how the goodness of God shines hope even into life’s darkest moments.
Jen Pollock Michel is the award-winning author of Surprised by Paradox: The Promise of “And” in an Either-or World, Teach Us to Want, and Keeping Place. She writes widely for print and digital publications and travels to speak at churches, conferences, and retreats. Jen holds a B.A. in French from Wheaton College and an M.A. in Literature from Northwestern University. She is married to Ryan, and they have five children and live in Toronto. Jen joins me to kick off Season 3 of the Ordinary Faith Podcast to talk about the beauty of learning to live with the tensions of faith.
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Christine Aroney-Sine is the founder and facilitator for God Space, an online community that grew out of her passion for creative spirituality, gardening, and sustainability. She and her husband, Tom, are cofounders of Mustard Seed Associates. Her books include Rest in the Moment, Return to Our Senses, GodSpace, and Tales of a Seasick Doctor.
Christine trained as a physician in Australia, practiced in New Zealand, and developed and directed the healthcare ministry for Mercy Ships. Her work on board the ship and in refugee camps around the world fueled her passion to see us all become instruments of God’s wholeness in our hurting world. Christine joins me on the podcast today to talk about the role awe and wonder have in the cultivation of our faith.
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