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// September 10th, 2013 // Comments Off // Uncategorized
What Next, God? Discerning His Will in Your Life is a Radio Maria program dedicated to helping listeners understand God’s will for them. Christine Watkins, inspirational Catholic speaker and best-selling author of Full of Grace: Miraculous Stories of Healing and Conversion through Mary’s Intercession, interviews exciting guests, and with humor and insight, helps listeners answer those pesky, perennial faith questions, such as, What is God saying to me? How can I hear his voice? Have I made a wrong turn somewhere? What exactly does God want from me? Tune in, listen, learn, and be entertained.
In a most beautiful and insightful interview, one that people have said has changed their lives,
Fr. Sweeney, President of the Dominican School of Philosophy and Theology at Berkeley, shares how to truly listen to Jesus and Jesus in others–a must for those in the helping professions, and those wishing to have close and loving relationships.
July 09, 2014 – A miraculous healing and a missionary in Siberia–Christine Watkins and Fr. John Gibbons
Christine Watkins tells the powerful story of her miraculous conversion and healing–of how she was a New Age atheist caught up in sexual sin, saved from immanent death through the intercession of Mary. Then she interviews a missionary in Siberia, Fr. John Gibbons OFM, who has been a missionary in Siberia for more over ten years.
Christine Watkins interviews Reggie Littlejohn, who, in sharing her own compelling story from atheist to Catholic activist, exposes how girls are being targeted for death, just because they’re girls. Mrs. Littlejohn is a leading voice, battling forced abortion, gendercide (the sex-selective abortion of baby girls) and sexual slavery in China. Her organization, Women’s Rights Without Frontiers, is also saving lives through its “Save a Girl” campaign, which finds women in China, who are about to abort or abandon their baby girls, and convinces them to keep their daughters. (See: www.womensrightswithoutfrontiers.org)
Christine Watkins interviews Bruce Hanneman, co-founder with his wife of Elizabeth Ministry International, which helps people recover from pornography addiction. Pornography almost ruined his life and his marriage, and Bruce shares his own recovery story with humility, wit, and candor. His understanding of Theology of the Body, combined with training in brain science and the bio-chemistry of sex has put an end to the mystery of lust and given him a way to share God’s plan for sexuality with proven answers for healing. See www.reclaimsexualhealth.com
Christine Watkins interviews Anna Maria Mendieta, an aficionado concerto harpist, who tells her story of her pilgrimage to World Youth Day in Madrid and then to Lourdes, in 2011. Her amazing true tale is near proof of the spiritual battle we are all undergoing and of a sovereign God who can bring victory, healing, and glory from any trial or setback.
Christine Watkins interviews newly ordained priest, Tony Vallecillo, whose vocation story is a great lesson in how God can move through us in ways contrary to our own will!
Christine Watkins interviews Fr. Jim Sullivan, a popular guest on the What Next God? show, who shares how the Bible tells us that faith is all you need, but . . . God also wants works, shedding light on the age-old Catholic/Protestant dilemma.
Christine Watkins interviews Colleen D.C Marquez, an expert in adoption education, who shares the why and the ways to help the culture embrace adoption as a loving option – for those facing an unplanned pregnancy or infertility. See her book on adoption for those with infertility: www.giftforlittletree.com.
Christine Watkins interviews Michael Liliedahl, who e us on a tour of his personal calling in life, using the acronym G.O.D: looking at one’s Gifts, the comments of Others, and one’s innermost Desires. Michael, who was born in central Louisiana and raised in the wilds of Alaska, now finds himself studying with the goal of being a priest of Jesus Christ in service to the Archdiocese of San Francisco.