As many listeners may know, Abiding Together has been pivotal in my own journey as a Catholic woman and in creating this very podcast. It was in listening back to the series on the feminine genius that lit a fire within me and helped me to realize that my version of Catholic femininity and being me was important. In fact, that's how God desired for it to be!
Heather Khym, who is a co-host on Abiding Together, happens to also live in BC where I'm based. Her name is ubiquitous in our Archdiocese, and she's known for her talks, her musicianship, and her powerful stories. She also speaks to you in such a way that makes you feel noticed. In my mind, Heather is the embodiment of what the feminine genius is!
I was so excited when Heather said yes to coming onto the podcast, and we had a wonderful discussion about her faith journey, her ministry, and what it means to live out the feminine genius in her life. We also talked about Abiding Together and how this amazing podcast came together through a beautiful friendship and giving her 'yes' to God.
Listen to our conversation here:
"Some things are coincidence, some things just randomly happen in life. But there are some things that clearly, God is moving and he is weaving a story together." — Heather Khym
Meet Heather Khym
Heather Khym is an established speaker and worship leader with over 20 years of experience. She attended Franciscan University of Steubenville where she studied Theology with a concentration in Catechetics and met her husband Jake. Currently, Heather speaks on a variety of topics, leads conferences, retreats, women’s ministry and has a podcast called Abiding Together. Her passion is in evangelization, discipleship, and creating an environment for people to have a personal encounter with God.
Be sure to listen to Abiding Together wherever you listen to your podcasts, including Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts and beyond! You can check out their website here and follow them on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
Curious about Life Restoration and the work that Heather and Jake Khym do through it? Learn more on their website.
Heather mentioned Peter Herbeck in this episode - learn more about Peter by visiting the website for Renewal Ministries.
And, in true Abiding Together fashion, here are our ~one things~ !
Rachel: This piece of art that says, "You've been assigned this mountain to show others it can be moved" by artist Noel Shiveley (@noeltheartist on Instagram)