Sample the message of Half the Church

Haddon Robinson, Alice Mathews, Mart De Haan
I’ve had plenty of interviews with interesting/interested people. It is always an honor when someone wants to know about your work and help you get your message out to others. But to be honest, some of those interviews stand out from the others.
One of the most memorable was a series a year ago on Discover the Word hosted by Haddon Robinson and Alice Mathews. I grew up hearing about Haddon Robinson and hearing him preach some unforgettable sermons. Alice Mathews is one of the bright stars in the constellation of courageous ezers who give me the courage and counsel I need to persevere in following God’s calling on my life and who have blazed the trail I am traveling.
It is a privilege to call both Haddon and Alice my friends and was a lot of fun to discuss Half the Church with them on their radio broadcast.
A text message from my niece alerted me that Discover the Word was rebroadcasting the 3-part series. If you want a sampling of what Half the Church: Recapturing God’s Global Vision for Women is all about, follow the links below and listen in:

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One Response to Sample the message of Half the Church

  1. sandy says:

    Thank you Carolyn for posting this. Now I have a voice to “hear” with your writing. What you said I have read but when you are actually telling me in your voice, I can hear your inflection and emphasis and kindness and curiousness (is that a word?) and emotion and passion. This adds to the dynamic that is otherwise missing. Now to someday hear you in person 🙂

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