Carrie talks with her friends Lori and James Burke about our definition of alpha males and females, especially in and outside of the church. What’s the correct definition, and are we lacking alphas because we’ve deemed it a bad thing? Carrie also shares on her experience being perceived as an alpha female, and how that's affected her journey in the church. Tyler Linahan (co-producer) joins us in the starry night background for this one 😍
In light of the global pandemic, Carrie talks about loneliness, the injustices that can catalyze loneliness, and how we can change our perspectives on what to do and think during this difficult time. Carrie talks honestly about her own journey, with the intent of helping you feel more hopeful. Get your tissues, this one is a tear-jerker.
Ever felt like you’re going mad because those around you aren't telling the honest truth? This episode is for you. Carrie talks about her gratitude for the truth-tellers in her life and what happens when we consistently sit on the fence instead of stand for the truth. Is honesty always the best policy?
Carrie talks about her time when she left the church and the one element that inspired her in return. The Fearless looks at the components of fear and how debilitating it is for your own destiny. From early childhood dreams that have only just been realized, to looking at why we stay behind fear, expect some amusing stories and a charge to change your day!
Carrie talks about the need for seeking divine wisdom versus worldly wisdom. Can you be intellectual and yet not wise? Of course you can. What are the hurdles to our own wisdom and why are scholars saying we are getting less wise than even 5 years ago? What are your thoughts? We love hearing from you!
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Ten years ago Carrie participated in a 3 part documentary series for the BBC called ‘The Big Silence’. The programme looked at 5 busy people with noisy lives to see what would happen if they lived with Jesuit Monks, in silence, for 8 days. The findings were the beginning of Carrie discovering how important silence was and how she could never return back to the way she used to be. Relationships too. Does silence and stillness play a part in your life?
How do we love God in grief? Carrie opens up about her decision to walk away from God for two years in 2005 and what bought her back with a new perspective. This is a useful episode for those questioning the goodness of the divine and those suffering to stay intimate in their faith.