Listen to Your Life
Air Date April 16, 2014
What happens when we listen well to our lives? Sharon Swing asked that question and it sent her on a journey of helping to create OneLifeMaps. On this Midday Connection
, with the help of Sharon, we’ll take a look at Reviewing our Days and what we can learn from that exercise.
Sharon Swing is the co-author of Listen to My Life and co-founder of oneLifeMaps.com, an organization dedicated to helping people review their life stories for the purpose of recognizing and responding to God. She is energized when people discover the unique aspects of how God wants to live through them, just as He made them to be. Sharon founded Swing Consulting, Inc. Strategic Exploration, and has served business and non-profit organizations for 19 years as an organization development consultant. Her husband, Tom, and son, Matthew, live in the Chicago, IL suburbs. Photography, pottery, and snow skiing are a few of the activities she enjoys, because they connect her to God.
Learn more about Listen to My Life on their website.
Melinda Schmidt is a Communication graduate of Moody Bible Institute, holds a Broadcasting/Bible degree from Calvary Bible College, and is pursuing her MA in Intercultural Studies from Wheaton College. She has served with Moody Radio since 1980 in various hosting capacities. Married with two young adult children, Melinda loves reading, developing her creative interests and hopes to be a life-long learner. Follow her on Twitter
Lori Neff is the senior producer, social media/event coordinator and occasional co-host for the award-winning national radio program, Midday Connection. Lori grew up in a small town in Ohio, spending more time outside in nature than inside. She is a graduate of Moody Bible Institute and is currently studying counseling and Spiritual Direction. Her interests include art (looking at it and creating it), music, literature, humanitarian aid efforts, animal welfare efforts, gardening, coffee, thinking, learning and spending time with her husband and their three feisty cats.
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