Friday, June 27, 2008

Hooray! My Talks Are Available on CD!

Well, for the first time I can point readers towards an easy way to get a hold of one of my talks. Thanks to LCE Media and the Illinois Catholic Homeschool Conference, my talks are now available to order online!

First off is my talk "No Matter What Happens, Blessed Be His Name," about our son Joshua's death and some reflections on suffering. I gave this talk at the Wichita Catholic Conference last year, but so far as I can tell, it was never offered online for sale, and I actually never heard it myself (though I am told it turned out well). If you have anyone in your life who has experienced tragedy, they might find this talk helpful (I know from my own experience that so little can be helpful at those times).
$7.50 click here to order

And next is my talk on writing, "Evangelizing the Imagination" which I've given dozens of times but which has never, to my knowledge, been successfully recorded. I love this talk: I can't wait to hear the CD to see how it turned out. Those of you who read The Midnight Dancers will particularly understand what I'm getting at in this talk. If you are a writer yourself or interested in becoming one, this talk should interest you. But for those of you who aren't, the talk gives some neat insights into the critical role that fiction and stories play in our imaginative life and in our faith -- just in case you thought it wasn't important.
$7.50 click here to order

Also my own Knight in Faded Blue Denim, my husband Andrew gave an awesome talk on chivalry in the modern world, "Becoming a Knight in Shining Armor" to the teen boys. Check it out! Even though my name is on the talk, I didn't do any of the talking. Unusual for me, I know. :) For those of you who wonder if chivalry is dead, Andrew illuminates a path for modern chivalry and the weapons of the modern Catholic knight.
$7.50 click here to order

If you're interested in having me speak to your group, these CDs will give you a chance to hear what I sound like and what I speak on. At any rate, I'm very happy to have them available at last. Enjoy!

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