Make Life Matter

by Angela Donadio

Join Bible teacher and author Angela Donadio for compelling conversations with leading voices that will encourage you to ground your worth in the Word instead of the narrative of the world. Together, we’ll make our lives matter no matter what. Connect with Angela and learn more about the resources she offers at www.angeladonadio.com.

Podcast episodes

  • Season 7

  • Peggy Bodde: Integrating Faith and Work - Ep. 266

    Peggy Bodde: Integrating Faith and Work - Ep. 266

    There are more female professionals in the workforce than ever. But working women are also time-starved, stressed, and tired. And they often feel alone in their professional struggles. If you're trying to do a million things at once and feel like you're not doing any of them well, you're not alone. Mentor and longtime corporate leader Peggy Bodde views work as sacred and has invested her life in showing women how to thrive in the workplace. In Sacred Work, Peggy provides an invaluable and practical resource that answers all your leadership challenges and questions. Discover how to: Overcome Imposter Syndrome Manage Workplace Conflict Leading through Change

  • Kim Maas: Finding Our Muchness as Women - Ep. 265

    Kim Maas: Finding Our Muchness as Women - Ep. 265

    What would it look like if women truly embraced God’s purpose for their lives? A sought-after international speaker and Christian minister, Kim Maas empowers women to step boldly into their roles of leadership in the kingdom. The author of the brand new book, “Finding Our Muchness,” Kim helps us to: Discover how women in Scripture give us confidence in God’s purpose for us Understand the pivotal role women play in the kingdom today Identify the lie that keeps us from walking in God’s call on our lives

  • Laura Acuna: Soul Care and Sisterhood - Ep. 264

    Laura Acuna: Soul Care and Sisterhood - Ep. 264

    How do we guard the ministry God has entrusted to us? How do we choose community over competition? I sit down with Laura Acuna to talk about soul care, sisterhood, and the Communicators’ Collective Retreat. Laura Acuna is a speaker, author, Bible teacher, podcast host and co-founder of Sisters in Faith Ministries. She is the author of Still Becoming and a life coach, as well as a really good friend. I founded the Communicators’ Collective retreat to gather women who serve as national or international leaders and professional Christian communicators. If this describes you, retreat with us November 18-20 in Myrtle Beach and register at communicatorscollective.org. You can make an impact in the lives of these women by donating to the Sisterhood Scholarship.

  • Blythe Daniel: Honoring the Men in Your Life - Ep. 263

    Blythe Daniel: Honoring the Men in Your Life - Ep. 263

    Men fill an important role as fathers, husbands, and friends. How can we best honor them and express what they mean to us? What do we do if we have a difficult relationship with our father? In this episode, three generations offer their unique perspective through their new book, I Love You, Dad!: Words To Honor and Humor You.” 14-year-old William Daniel, his mother Blythe Daniel, and grandmother Helen McIntosh, offer a source of inspiration for fathers through relatable stories, witty jokes, and reflective prompts. You’ll be encouraged and the man in your life will be empowered to make his life matter in every way.

  • Joël Malm: Keep it Light - Ep. 262

    Joël Malm: Keep it Light - Ep. 262

    If the burden of life feels too heavy to handle, maybe you’re carrying something you were never meant to carry alone. Joël Malm is the founder of Summit Leaders where he uses outdoor adventure and leadership coaching to help people find their calling and pursue a vision for their lives. His expeditions have taken him around the world to places like Mt. Kilimanjaro, Grand Canyon and Machu Picchu. He has traveled in over seventy countries on six continents and speaks three languages. He holds a B.A. in Political Science and an M.S. in Counseling. Joel helps us identify why we carry too much, implement boundaries and balance, and understand how to prioritize what matters most. Joelmalm.com