Antoinette Ishmael is a lifelong teacher. She’s taught many different kinds of English, speech, debate, and theatre. She’s helped put on plays, musicals, concerts. Her debate teams have often come in first in the state.
She’s also a published author! Check out her stories in “Chicken Soup for the Expectant Mother’s Soul,” “Chocolate for a Woman’s Heart,” “Chocolate for a Woman’s Blessings,” and “Swollen Ankles and Blowfish Kisses.”
Today, we discuss how precise speech, a love of the arts, and a willingness to engage tough topics with other people will sharpen your mind, increase your mental discipline, ramp up your creativity, and help your heart grow.
131. Emily Wobker — Raising Kids Catholic in a World Not Interested in Faith, Part 1
Emily Wobker is a mom, theology and history teacher, voracious reader, good storyteller, and someone who has dedicated her life to making people's lives better, often through the gift of faith. In this first of a two-part discussion, we discuss the mood of our...