Broken Pieces: Schizophrenia Through a Mother’s Eyes with Simonetta Carr

Broken Pieces: Schizophrenia Through a Mother’s Eyes with Simonetta Carr

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On this week’s episode, Coleen talks with Simonetta Carr about her new book Broken Pieces and the God Who Mends Them: Schizophrenia through a Mother’s Eyes.

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Koala Tea Vibes (tea)

Conference on Suffering

Episode Resources;

Broken Pieces and the God Who Mends Them: Schizophrenia through a Mother’s Eyes by Simonetta Carr

Song mentioned on the episode

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Finding Contentment in the Desert Times with Stacy Reaoch | Theology Gals | Episode 45

 

On this week’s episode of Theology Gals, Coleen talks with Stacy Reaoch about her new book Wilderness Wanderings: Finding Contentment in the Desert Times of Life. For a chance of winning a free copy of Wilderness Wanderings, see this post on our Facebook page.

Episode Resources:

God Loves Ministry No One Else Sees

The Social Media Strategy of John the Baptist

What If God Wants Me to Marry Someone Ugly?

How Much Do You Love Chocolate?

 

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