It’s the premiere episode of Millrose Podcast! Our friend Caryn Rivadeneira joins us and she talks about situations that make you cringe. Mark asks about what we think of televangelists. Lori tells us she’s so busy, she’s even productive!
Caryn Rivadeneira is a writer, speaker, worship-planner, mom, and wife. Her latest book is Broke: What Financial Desperation Revealed about God’s Abundance (InterVarsity Press, 2014). Caryn lives with her husband, three kids, and one rescued pit bull in the western suburbs of Chicago.
Follow Caryn on Twitter and visit her Facebook page.
Mark Breta is co-host and co-producer of Millrose Podcast.
Mark is a musician and worship leader, involved at his home church in the northwest suburbs of Chicago.
Mark is a city guy and calls Chicago home, but finds ways to travel, including visiting his favorite cities, New York and London. He enjoys going to concerts, cooking, stand-up comedy, and watching football. He spoils his nieces and nephews, and counts the minutes until their next visit together!
To learn more about Mark, visit his website.
Lori Neff is co-host and co-producer of Millrose Podcast.
Lori is currently co-facilitator for Christos Center for Spiritual Formation’s Spiritual Director training program. Lori also writes, leads retreats and workshops. Her great love is looking for God’s activity in the lives of those who come for Spiritual Direction.
Lori grew up in a small town in Ohio, spending more time outside in nature than inside. Her interests include art, literature, humanitarian aid efforts, animal welfare, gardening, coffee, daydreaming, learning, spending time with her husband and snuggling with their cats.
You can read Lori’s blog at her website.
I agree with Caryn regarding being ok with identity. I can relate to Lori as well. I definitely think we should be proud of who we are and the gifts God has given us to use for his glory. What I came to realise is that deep down I struggled with the change of identity and my lack of control in that changing. For me it boiled down to trusting God for the next, whatever that was going to be.