Angela Smith is director of Vision of Peace Hermitages in Pevely, Missouri. She is also an ecumenical spiritual director for anyone seeking spiritual direction. We talk about Angela’s work her upbringing and life experiences, and thoughts about prayer and being still before God.
A conversation with fellow church member, Janet. She grew up in rural Missouri, converted from Catholicism to a Protestant shortly after her first marriage. She get involved in volunteer work after her husband, Bill’s, death which helped with loneliness. Today she’s enjoying her grandchildren and other relationships.
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Jerusalem Farm is a Catholic intentional community located in Kansas City, MO. Built on the four cornerstones of Prayer, Community, Service and Simplicity. It was an honor to spend time with Jordan, Jessie, their kids, and Sunny. The audio quality is not so great because I forgot my recorder at him. Fortunately, a good neighbor loaned me one, but I wasn’t very familiar with how to use it. But, the content is wonderful.
Dale Kreienkamp is author of “How Long, O Lord, How Long?”, a devotional book for the unemployed and those who love them. We talk about what Dale has experienced and learnt through his own times of unemployment.