6 studies in 5 minutes: A Conversation with Emily Stimpson Chapman
The Endow Podcast
Welcome to The Endow Podcast! This podcast is a forum for women to foster conversations about the intellectual life and intentional community for the cultivation of the feminine genius. On this episode, Simone Rizkallah, Director of Program Growth, interviews Emily Stimpson Chapman, on the Endow studies she authored: Letter to Women, St. Catherine of Siena, Humane Vitae, Salvifici Doloris, Rosarium Virginis Mariae, and St. Hildegard of Bingen/the Doctors of the Church.Thanks for listening!To find out more about Emily as a prolific Catholic writer and blogger at The Catholic Table: https://thecatholictable.com What’s on your mind and heart? Let us know by connecting with The Endow Team on social media!Facebook at www.facebook.com/endowgroupsInstagram at www.instagram.com/endowgroupsWant to start your own Endow Group? Learn more by visiting our website at www.endowgroups.org or reach out to us at email@example.com. We look forward to serving you!
Episode 94: Being Open to Life through Adoption with Catholic Author Emily Stimpson Chapman (May 10, 2020)
The Catholic Mama
Catholic wife, mother, and author Emily Stimpson Chapman joins Catholic evangelist Christine Mooney Flynn on this episode to discuss two recent projects of hers - a beautiful collection of essays and recipes available as part of an adoption fundraiser that Emily has organized, as well as an exciting new book with Scott Hahn coming out this spring. (May 10, 2020)
EP 94: Being Open to Life through Adoption with Catholic Author Emily Stimpson Chapman
The Catholic Mama
Catholic wife, mother, and author Emily Stimpson Chapman joins Christine on this episode to discuss two recent projects of hers - a beautiful collection of essays and recipes available as part of an adoption fundraiser that Emily has organized, as well as an exciting new book with Scott Hahn coming out this spring. Be sure to visit The Catholic Mama website for links to all of the resources mentioned in today's show: https://thecatholicmama.com/exploring-faith/ep-94-being-open-to-life-through-adoption-with-catholic-author-emily-stimpson-chapman/ Have a question or topic for Christine and/or her husband Pat? Submit it at: https://forms.gle/s2xGLPVje8287jcp9 Like what you hear? Don't forget to subscribe and leave a nice review so you don't miss an episode, as well as help others discover The Catholic Mama. ---- Need help answering some basic questions about Christianity and Catholicism? Then be sure and grab The Catholic Mama's How to Talk to Your Kids about God, available for FREE at https://mailchi.mp/d54ae4162916/thecatholicmama.
“God’s primary calls come to you through a combination of opportunity, interest, and talent.” Have you ever felt as though you're too young, too old, unqualified, overqualified, or in some other way inadequate? The devil LOVES to make us believe that we have to be something other than we are to successfully start tackling God's callings. Nothing could be farther from the truth. God uses every single part of our story for the glory of His Kingdom. Owning your story means accepting your individuality, rejecting comparison, allowing him to redeem your wounds, recognizing how God is working in the mess, and realizing that every moment is valuable...including the waiting for your vocation. I first encountered Emily Stimpson Chapman on Instagram. Writing is Emily's gift and calling for processing her story and sharing beauty and truth with the world. There were multiple topics I knew she'd provide valuable insight on...so we're covering (almost) all of them! Topics Discussed Seeing your own story in light of salvation history “Vocational orphanhood:” staying strong for those who are single into their 30s and 40s How it took NINE years of vacillating between dating and friendship before Emily and her husband finally tied the knot Processing and sharing the difficult parts of your story How a sacramental worldview saved Emily from an eating disorder Process scars, not wounds Emily’s method of her effective Instagram evangelization mission Resources Emily’s website and NEW Cookbook to fund her next adoption Scott Hahn: A Father Who Keeps His Promises Paul Center Bible Study: A Journey Through Scripture, Genesis to Jesus Jeff Cavins: Bible Timeline The Catholic Girl’s Survival Guide to the Single Years by Emily Stimpson Chapman Today's episode is sponsored by the Cathoholics podcast. Find it here! To buy curated high-quality gift boxes, visit Pillar and Pearl's website. Every purchase supports Emily as well as a community of Catholic artisans.
FoC 115: The Quirky and Wonderful Hildegard with Emily Stimpson Chapman
The Fountains of Carrots Podcast
We’re back from our summer break with a brand new episode! And we have a HUGE announcement to make. We’re holding a Fountains of Carrots meetup/soiree/shindig this November in Waco, TX featuring none other than our favorite Anne of Green Gables! It’s called the Raspberry Cordial Catholic Literary Gathering and we want you to come! … Continue reading FoC 115: The Quirky and Wonderful Hildegard with Emily Stimpson Chapman →
EP 37: Taking Your Seat at the Catholic Table with Emily Stimpson Chapma
The Catholic Mama
Catholic writer Emily Stimpson Chapman joins Christine in this episode to discuss what eating and food means to the Catholic faithful. For anyone interested in faith, liturgical living, entertaining/hosting, and food, this is one podcast you need to listen to. Read the accompanying post here. Like what you hear? Then please subscribe and leave a very nice review. They help spread this little ministry across the internet and keep those motivational fires burning here at TCM :) --- Need help answering some basic questions about Christianity and Catholicism? Then be sure and grab The Catholic Mama's How to Talk to Your Kids about God, available for FREE here.
Gospel of Life 2018: Emily Stimpson Chapman on living Humanae Vitae
Respect Life Radio
Emily Stimpson Chapman, Catholic writer and author, spoke at the Gospel of Life Conference 2018: Prophecies and Consequences of Humanae Vitae. The conference on Oct. 20, 2018, was presented by the Respect Life Office of Catholic Charities in the Archdiocese of Denver. For details, go to https://gospeloflifeco.org.
Carne and Incarnation -- Emily Stimpson Chapman -- 06/06/18
The UnCommon Good with Bo Bonner and Dr. Bud Marr
Carne and Incarnation, an interview with Emily Stimpson Chapman, author of several books and articles regarding the intersection of food and faith, accessible at thecatholictable.com. Look folks, its not hard to get Bo and Bud talking about how much they love food...but Emily engages the topic in such a joyful, profound, and practical level, its hard to imagine a more enjoyable show over a splendid topic! From the glory of cheese, the happiness and delight God takes in creation, to difficult discussions of eating disorders and alcoholism, a show that you won't want to miss.