Passion, Compassion and People. That’s the formula our guest, Nikole Lim on episode 10 of the Prepare Podcast, shared with us for finding your vocational calling. She feels if you can identify these three things (passion, compassion and people) in your life you’re on your way to discovering your calling. It also inspired the theme […]

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May was over in a blink of the eye, am I right?! June is here, and summer is literally around the corner. Personally, I couldn’t be more ready! Here’s our week in review: June 1, episode 9 of The Prepare Podcast with Auxiliary Captain Ketsia Diaz.  Subscribe on itunes so you never miss out – […]

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This month our host Sarah Micula meets with Salvation Army Bible teacher, Linda Himes.  Linda had the goal and calling to become a Bible teacher and she worked hard and met her God given calling and personal goal. Listen below and get inspired to study the Bible and meet your goals! Linda Himes has served […]

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The Prepare Podcast  (a podcast produced by the Central Territory Women’s Ministries Department) is excited to introduce Courtney Rose – our new ‘regular’ guest! Courtney is a lover of Christ, His Church, and Creation. She works as an Adjunct Professor of Old Testament at Olivet Nazarene University and is a student of Systematic Theology at Catholic Theological Union. She […]

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Happy New Year! Episode four looks a little different than our previous episodes, this time our host, Sarah Micula shares her testimony about entering into this season’s calling of life. She also shares a formula you can use to help discover your calling! If you’ve been needing some guidance and ideas about how to discover […]

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Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King Jr. once said, “it is appalling that the most segregated hour of Christian America is eleven o’clock on Sunday morning.”  This statement was made over 50 years ago – has anything changed? Today our podcast host, Sarah Micula, meets with Karen Young, the Multicultural Ministries Specialist of the Multicultural department for […]

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