May 20, 2020
Many Greetings from Grace that Reigns.
" From ghoulies, and ghosts/ And long-legged beasties/ And things that go bump in the night." It is an old Scottish prayer, perhaps you may know some version of it? In this podcast, Bishop Gilmore and Jacqueline Loh continue their discussion on 'obstacles' or of the ' barriers in our spiritual lives. They tackle two common ones, Fear and Control and liken it to a bottle of lemon herb seasoning. Seasoning? Yes! It's another intense topic, but please join us for some lively conversation and stories that we share together.
Next week, we will be finishing up with the final two obstacles on our spiritual journey, and then we will tackle the forms of healing that God offers us. www.GracethatReigns.com
Time: 35 minutes
May 18, 2020
When Monday Comes:
Jacqueline Loh - the founder of Grace that Reigns asks a question, "Why is the topic of sin so intimidating, when we all live it, and talk about it so much in our secular world?"
The church sees sin as a serious topic and many people shy away from it because it is so uncomfortable. But the topic of Sin does not have to be an uncomfortable topic. It's something that we live each day.
If you are a bar tender, a hairstylist, a manicurist, message therapist, a coach, a colleague, you might have already engaged in a kind of worldly conversation where your clients or partners have revealed his/her shortcomings. It's nothing short of confession. If we stop being afraid to enter into conversation about the topic of sin, we can learn to embrace them as mere signposts to our daily lives. Signposts that brings us back to doing good.
Join Jacqueline as she tackles this subject through her own experience and through examples of real life sharings from people whom she's met throughout the years.
Why are we posting another recording about Sin? Because we want to offer another perspective on the topic in order to help you to understand that Sin can also be a friend.
Through the week, we will share podcasts of 4 major shortcomings or road blocks that keep us from progressing in our spiritual lives.
May 11, 2020
This is Grace that Reigns: Our Podcast Channel is called, Renewing Your Wonder. As part of our Your at Home On-line Retreat, we continue to the forth week where we reflect on Sin. Sin is not an easy subject, but it is necessary for us to listen to sometimes because it is important to our understanding of how it can initiate our spiritual freedom.
In this podcast, Bishop Ronald Gilmore reflects on the topic of Sin, what it is, how Adam and Eve's sin affects our lives today, and how our own sins can evidently get in the way of our lives and become barriers to our daily living. He uses his own examples of how sinful acts have a way of spearing the heart and continues on with the topic of confession. He does not leave us in the lurch, he explains that Sin, is just a part of our lives. Identifying it, working on it, can give us freedom.
Time: 30 min
May 7, 2020
Hello this is Jacqueline Loh from Grace that Reigns. Founder of Grace that Reigns. Our ministry helps ordinary people to Renew their Sense of Wonder.
Today in this podcast, we are Renewing Our Sense of Wonder for the Priesthood. In it, Jacqueline interviews Fr. Warren Stecklein from Garden City, Kansas. He is the pastor of St. Dominic's Parish and St. Stanislaus in Ingalls, Kansas. Fr. Warren has been a priest for almost 30 years. His 30th anniversary will be on June 9 2020. Please listen to this podcast as Fr. Warren gives his thoughts about his journey and vocation of the priesthood.
May 4, 2020
Hello this is Jacqueline Loh, the founder of Grace that Reigns. Our ministry helps ordinary people to Renew their Sense of Wonder.
In this podcast, Bishop Gilmore and Jacqueline Loh share continue their discussion on the topic of Prayer and go deeper into the three dynamic ways to pray. They are contemplation, meditation and oral prayer. Bishop then explains the concept of Stop, Look, Listen and Jacqueline takes a more contemporary approach to the discussion. At the end of the segment, Bishop asks our listeners questions to reflect on their prayer lives. Please follow the chapter on Prayer from their book, When Monday Comes.
April 30, 2020
This is Testimony Thursday!
Hi Friends, Time to find a comfy chair, and make some tea or coffee.
In this Podcast, Jacqueline interviews Rachel Wong. She is the founder of The Feminine Genius - a Catholic podcast in Vancouver, Canada that celebrates women of God and their unique genius. She's a young adult - and in this interview she describes her journey of ups and downs and eventual discernment in her life of faith.
“I think sometimes, as Catholic women, we can get painted into this stereotype and you think, ‘Oh, I’m not holy enough’ or ‘I don’t want to be this beautiful homemaker that just prays the rosary all day,’ ” said Wong. “It feels ridiculous to describe, but I think the stereotype is out there. There are a variety of ways for Catholic womanhood to manifest itself and we are out there.” Thus... the Feminine Genius Podcast.
Find out more about her ministry: https://www.rchlcwng.com/podcast