I am happy to announce that the book of Romans is now available in the Divine Feminine Version of the New Testament. You can read it or copy it for free at The Christian Godde Project. Matthew, Mark, Galatians, Philippians, and Colossians are also available. (You really, really, really want Colossians because that’s the one yours truly translated. Colossians get Colossians.)/End subliminal message.

I hope everyone has a good week. I would also like to know what you need direction in in your own spiritual life. I am a spiritual director, and I would like to write posts to help my readers discern the paths and purposes Godde may have in store for them. Or you may want to talk about practices and disciplines that open you to Godde and hearing her voice. Tell me where you need direction in your spiritual life. I also do one-on-one sessions. The first 30 minute session is free for us to get to know each other, and to see if I would be good fit for you. After that 1 hour sessions are $75 or 3 sessions for $150. Email Me to set up an appointment.

Where do you need help in your spiritual walk?

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  2 Responses to “New Testament, Divine Feminie Version: Romans Is Available”

  1. Hi Shawna – one area I’d love to see you write about is about practices that can help in one’s devotional life. I know we talked some during our skype session a while back about just listening – but I really still feel like I’m caught in this rut of “do do do” in regards to devotion and prayer (and a good bit of the time “not doing” when things get rough – like a 3 week migraine that’s thankfully over! I know I can’t expect miracles of myself, but I still am feeling down that I pretty much blew my Lent devotions during that period of time).

    (That said, I think I’ve found someone here to be a bit of a spiritual director – or at least a good mentor to have in the faith – a conversation this morning went in places I wouldn’t have expected, which was a very big blessing to me…)

    • Hi Ally! I can definitely blog about practices, in fact, that could easily be a series. I’m sorry to hear about the migraines. I had problems with them all last year. My longest one went on for 9 days, and the summer was a bust. They’re horrible. It turned out to be my sinuses. My doctor put me on a nasal spray, and it’s done wonders. I still have a migraine hear and there but not for days like before. And I have my life back.

      As far as the Lenten discipline, be kind to yourself and tell yourself you were sick, and it’s fine you couldn’t keep up with your Lenten devotionals. Now pick up you Lenten devotionals and continue and every time that annoying voice reminds you about the missed ones, say I had a migraine and couldn’t do it then let it go.

      I’m glad you found a director/mentor locally. I have a great spiritual director, so I know how important that is. Congratulations!

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