Staying Connected

Do you remember when your telephone was connected to the kitchen wall? Or how about when your computer was connected to a jack in the wall and you could hear the sounds of being connected to the internet? I’m sure now most of us walk around with our phones in our pockets and can move our laptop or tablet anywhere we want. But we still manage to stay connected, especially for the important people in our lives.

How are you doing at staying connected to God these days? Need a little boost? I have one for you! A new series of Bible studies called the Stay Connected Journals for Catholic Women. We will roll out 3 books, The Gift of Invitation by Allison Gingras, Exploring the Catholic Classics by Tiffany Walsh, and Invite the Holy Spirit into Your Life by Deanna G. Bartalini (that’s me!)

These journals will help you stay connected to God by being in his Word, which is so powerful and edifying. You will learn how the Holy Spirit can change your life by growing in the fruits of love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control. There are 7 short chapters which include real-life stories, scripture, prayers, questions, and space for writing personal reflections.

The books are perfect for those new to the faith, who’ve never done a Bible study or want something short between longer studies.

I invite you to take a look at the video and get more information on pre-ordering these books.

Deanna Bartalini

Deanna Bartalini

Deanna Bartalini is a Catholic wife, mom, writer and educator. With a Masters in Educational Leadership, another in Pastoral Administration and a Bachelors in Elementary Education and Linguistics; it seems she is always teaching someone about something especially about faith, Catholicism and how it all fits into our daily lives. Deanna is available to lead retreats and speak at catechist and ministry events. Learn more about her on her website, DeannaBartalini.com; CatholicMom.com; AmazingCatechists.com; on Twitter @notlukewarm316, Goodreads, and Pinterest.

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