Host: Steve Macchia, Guest: Rowena Day
“There are so many ways that our attention is pulled, and we are divorced from our own bodies which make it really hard to notice God.” – Rowena Day
Season 26 will focus on life stories that have been shaped by the presence, power and peace of God. Rowena Day was born and raised in Canada and now lives in Washington D.C with her husband Jon and their four children. She was a member of LTI’s Emmaus program and has just begun the Selah-Anglican program this month! She is passionate about creative arts, spiritual formation, soul care and its intersection with neurobiology. Rowena shares with Steve how she notices the presence of God through the mighty oceans and in the minute details of our lives. Rowena encourages us with the notion that only when our mind, heart, body and spirit are fully integrated can we be receptive to what God has for us in the present.
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Steve Macchia (Podcast Host)
Founder and President of Leadership Transformations
Steve is the author of The Discerning Life, Becoming a Healthy Church, Broken and Whole, Crafting a Rule of Life and several other titles. Steve has over 40 years in ministry and two postgraduate degrees from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.
Rowena Day (Season 26 Guest)
Rowena was born and raised in Canada and now lives in Washington D.C with her husband Jon and their 4 beautiful children. God has been forming and shaping her through the incredibly wild, delightful and challenging journey that is parenthood.
She was a member of LTI’s Emmaus program when she and her husband lived in Boston prior to moving to DC 9 years ago and is excited to begin the Selah-Anglican program this month! She is passionate about the arts, spiritual formation, soul care and its intersection with neurobiology. She desires to live an embodied life grounded in the present moment, closely attuned to God within and around her, to her true self and to others as we all journey together to die to our false selves and experience rebirth, healing and emergence of our true selves