We are back for a brand new season 2! Our kickoff episode features author Catherine McNiel talking about her most recent book All Shall Be Well: Awakening to God's Presence in This Messy Abundant World. You can find Catherine on social media @CatherineMcNiel and her book wherever books are sold. Check it out here: https://www.amazon.com/All-Shall-Be-Well-Awakening-ebook/dp/B07KML1NT9/ref=sr_1_1?crid=2TZ7PUI91H7YJ&dchild=1&keywords=all+shall+be+well+catherine+mcniel&qid=1611000986&sprefix=all+shall+be%2Caps%2C217&sr=8-1
Today, I'm honored to welcome my friend and fellow NavPress author Catherine McNiel to talk about how to endure long, difficult seasons like the one we're in. Her book All Shall Be Well was written published last year, but it feels like it could have been written for this very crisis we find ourselves in.Catherine is a writer and speaker who seeks to open eyes to God’s creative, redemptive work in each day—while caring for three kids, two jobs, and one enormous garden. Catherine's first book, Long Days of Small Things: Motherhood as a Spiritual Discipline, was an ECPA finalist for New Author. Her second book is All Shall be Well: Awakening to God’s Presence in His Messy, Abundant World. She’s on the lookout for wisdom, beauty, and iced coffee. You can subscribe to her newsletter at CatherineMcNiel.com.
Author Catherine McNiel reads Psalm 130 and an excerpt from "All Shall Be Well:" The PCOM Daily Prayer Podcast - 4-22-20
Where is God when it's too foggy to see the next steps? Catherine McNiel reads from her book All Shall Be Well, talks about meeting God in desperate seasons, and shares wisdom from the wilderness. All Shall Be Well: Awakening to God's Presence Long Days of Small Things
Catherine McNiel is a wife, mama of 3, speaker, gardener, and author of two books, “Long Days of Small Things: Motherhood as a Spiritual Discipline”… The post 084: All Shall be Well with Catherine McNiel appeared first on Hargraves Home and Hearth. Related posts: 6 Ways to Live a Spiritually Vibrant Life (Even When Life Gets Crazy) – Guest Post from Catherine McNiel
Find Spiritual Hope Through Nature with Catherine McNiel
How do you find awakening to God’s presence in His messy, abundant world? Based on her book, "All Shall Be Well," Catherine McNiel shares what to do when you are thrust into periods of darkness and how you look to nature to connect to God's hope. Step outside, talk a walk, as you listen to Catherine tell stories of where God meets you and transforms you at every moment.
21: Catherine McNiel on Practices of Hope in Chaos
It’s hard to see the deeper things when life is full and busy. In this conversation with Catherine McNiel, we talk about how we can be awakened to God’s presence in creation. We’re invited to see God move in our actual, concrete reality — in the beauty and in the decay and despair.This isn’t a garden-variety book (or conversation). She says, “if we’re not tempted by despair, I don’t think what we’re experiencing is actually hope.” Listen in to a wonderful conversation and win a free book too!Here’s a bit about Catherine: Catherine McNiel is a writer and speaker who seeks to open eyes to God’s creative, redemptive work in each day—while caring for three kids, two jobs, and one enormous garden. She’s on the lookout for wisdom, beauty, and iced coffee. Catherine is the author of All Shall Be Well: Awakening to God's Presence in His Messy, Abundant World and Long Days of Small Things: Motherhood as a Spiritual Discipline which was an ECPA finalist for New Author.LINKSBuy Catherine’s book: All Shall Be WellBuy Catherine’s book: Long Days of Small ThingsSubscribe to Catherine’s newsletterFollow Catherine on Twitter: www.twitter.com/catherinemcnielSHARE“It’s really important to me that it’s not just that we find God in the beauty of creation, but even in the darkness.” @catherinemcniel @aahales #findingholypodcast: https://tinyurl.com/findingholypodMcNiel“Your book can really be a corrective for this idea that life should always be improving and going up and to the right", @aahales says of @navpress book, #allshallbewellbook on #findingholypodcast: https://tinyurl.com/findingholypodMcNiel“Winter comes, but so does spring, so does the dawn.” We trust God through the repetition. @catherinemcniel on #allshallbewellbook on @aahales’ #findingholypodcast: https://tinyurl.com/findingholypodMcNielLearn how @catherinemcniel learned to live her book after writing it through darkness, sitting in a chair and what sustained her on @aahales’ #findingholypodcast: https://tinyurl.com/findingholypodMcNiel“The suffering was not the bondage, it was the freedom.” @catherinemcniel on #findingholypodcast: https://tinyurl.com/findingholypodMcNiel“I’m grounding theology in our real life. The truth of God is applicable wherever I happen to be right now.” @catherinemcniel #findingholypodcast https://tinyurl.com/findingholypodMcNielONE SMALL STEPGive yourself a 5-minute brainstorming session. During your time, write and think about: Where are the moments in your life where you see despair? Where do you see hope?In another 5 minutes, offer your findings to God.Honesty can unite the things that we say we believe about God and our experience of God. Share your list, your thoughts and this episode by tagging me at @aahales and using the hashtag, #findingholypodcast.SHARE, SUBSCRIBE AND WIN! We’re still a new podcast. We’d LOVE it if you could subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts and share with all of your people!And we have a special surprise! One winner will win a copy of Catherine’s book, All Shall Be Well!To enter: All have you do is: 1) subscribe, 2) email me that you subscribed at email@example.com and one lucky winner will get a free book! Giveaway ends October 31.
Catherine McNiel: Hope in This Messy Abundant World
All Shall Be Well: Conversations with Women in the Academy and Beyond
“I think that true hope, that thing inside our spirits that we are clinging to and growing towards, with God’s help, is what we cling to in the deepest darkest times. It’s what keeps us going until the dawn, until spring.” — Catherine McNiel Listen in as Women in the Academy and Professions associate Caroline Triscik interviews Catherine McNiel. In this conversation, we discuss personal spiritual disciplines, the challenge to stay attentive in the midst of a busy life, the importance of community, and other gems found in her most recent book. Through a timely social media connection over our shared admiration of Luci Shaw’s work, as well as the quote from St. Julian of Norwich, this interview with Catherine came to be. Join us as Catherine shares her hope for new life and restoration that is found in Jesus- a hope that is not idyllic, but recognizes the depth of suffering and injustice in the world. For show notes or more information please visit our article at The Well. If you'd like to support the work of InterVarsity's Women in the Academy and Professions, including future podcasts such as this episode, you can do so at givetoiv.org/wap. Thank you for listening!
Episode 210 // Catherine McNiel On Embracing the Seasons of Life
After a LONG time away, the otherWISE podcast is back with an episode that I know you’ll enjoy. In this conversation, Catherine McNiel talks about the way we navigate different seasons of our spiritual journey. We talk about gardening and how the writing life informs the way she engages with God in different stages and states of growth. Her new book, All Shall Be Well: Awakening to God’s Presence In His Messy, Abundant World releases on Tuesday, August 6th.Catherine is a writer and speaker who seeks to open eyes to God’s creative, redemptive work in each day—while caring for three kids, two jobs, and one enormous garden. Catherine's first book, Long Days of Small Things: Motherhood as a Spiritual Discipline, was an ECPA finalist for New Author. She’s on the lookout for wisdom, beauty, and iced coffee.Music by Robert EbbensCover art by Eric Wright/Metamora Design
022: Long Days of Small Things with Catherine McNiel
Diapers and Disciples
Catherine and Amber chat about Catherine's book: Long Days of Small Things (Motherhood as a Spiritual Discipline).In This Episode:-What it means to see motherhood as a spiritual discipline.-How to experience God in tasks that we already do every day as moms.What Catherine is Loving:Hot drinks in winter:Vanilla Grapefruit TeaCatherine's Mom Hack:Toothpaste to get permanent marker off of wood furniture.Links:Catherine's websiteLEAVE A REVIEW OR SUBSCRIBE TO DIAPERS AND DISCIPLES See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.