Colleen C. Mitchell, read by the author — Audio Book
Run Time: 306 minutes
Publisher: Servant (2016)
“Who am I? Mitchell’s wise, impassioned portraits of our mothers and sisters in the faith help us to answer that difficult question for ourselves.” —Jessica Mesman Griffith, author, Love and Salt
“This book is a heart-stirring anthem for women who need a fresh reminder of their truest identity.” —Jennifer Dukes Lee, author, The Happiness Dare and Love Idol
“Colleen Mitchell’s voice is that of an understanding, honest friend.” —Amy Welborn, author, Wish You Were Here and A Catholic Woman’s Book of Days
“This beautiful book is part memoir, part guidebook, part invitation to the personal transformation that is possible when we draw near to the Lord and allow him to walk beside us through our sometimes messy lives.” —Sarah Christmyer, coauthor, The Great Adventure
“This beautifully written book drew me into the hearts of biblical women, and there, I understood anew Christ’s great love for them. As I lingered, I grew to know what that love means for me.” —Elizabeth Foss, author, Small Steps for Catholic Moms
Who Does He Say You Are?: Women Transformed by Christ in the Gospels Audio Book
In Who Does He Say You Are?, Catholic missionary and speaker Colleen Mitchell captures the confessions of twelve more women from the Gospels, and shows how their stories answer this crucial question of identity: “Who does he say you are?” Holding up Mary as the ultimate example of intimate, transforming union, Mitchell weaves together moving anecdotes of her own search for identity as a Catholic woman along with twelve accounts of women in Scripture that are at once fresh yet familiar. In so doing, Mitchell connects in a compelling and very personal way with the Scriptures, inspiring readers to “take up and read” in order to discover the answer to this all-important question for themselves.
Questions at the end of each chapter can easily be adapted for group study, or used for private journaling or quiet reflection.
Stock #: A53192
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