Sinner Saint Sister

About the show

Sinner Saint Sister is a Christian podcast that dives into whatever we might be feeling that day through a soulful interview with a thoughtful guest. I hope you hear something that lets you know you are loved and helps you love one another.

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Episodes

  • Run for Your Life: Healthy vs. Skinny w/Sandra Mikulic | S8 E11

    September 28th, 2022  |  Season 8  |  59 mins 7 secs
    catholicism, christian women's podcast, christianity, health, runners, running, sandra mikulic, wellness, women's ministry, women's podcast

    Sandra Mikulic takes us on a journey as we talk about her love for running and her passion about being her healthiest self, however it looks! Get ready to ask yourself a lot of hard questions regarding habits and discipline and commitment as Sandra dives deep into her psychology of doing things she never thought she could do. Also get ready to embrace right where you are as Sandra inspires us all to just begin. Don’t miss this whole-person-healthy episode!

  • How to Help People Experiencing Homelessness w/Dan Kiniry | S8 E10

    September 22nd, 2022  |  Season 8  |  40 mins 10 secs
    catholicism, christian women's podcast, christianity, dan kiniry, homeless, homelessness, women's ministry, women's podcast

    Dan Kiniry is the founder of Tiny Hope Village, an organization that seeks to reduce homelessness one affordable house at a time. An advocate and warrior, Dan is outspoken about harmful systems that take advantage of the least of His. His strong conviction to live out the Gospel he proclaims and his huge heart for marginalized people make him one of my favorite leaders.

  • The Power of Prayer w/Chika Anyanwu | S8 E9

    September 13th, 2022  |  Season 8  |  59 mins 10 secs
    catholic prayer, catholicism, chika anyanwu, christian women's podcast, christianity, women's ministry, women's podcast

    My dear friend Chika lives her life in many ways to be admired, but most notably for me is her devotion to communing with the God she loves through frequent, creative, intimate and specific prayer. In this episode she helps to free us up from all the things keeping us from honest communication with the One who loves us most.

  • Trauma Informed Yoga w/Joanne Spence | S8 E8

    September 7th, 2022  |  Season 8  |  57 mins 20 secs
    catholicism, christian women's podcast, christian yoga, christianity, joanne spence, trauma informed yoga, women's ministry, women's podcast, yoga

    This week Joanne Spence sits down with me to talk about trauma-informed yoga. This conversation deepened my love for yoga and I was already sold. It also deepened my love for Joanne and her compassionate expertise.

  • Thy Kingdom Come w/Fr. Josh Johnson | S8 E7

    August 30th, 2022  |  Season 8  |  59 mins 55 secs
    catholicism, christian women's podcast, christianity, fr josh johnson, race, women's ministry, women's podcast

    This week’s guest, Father Josh Johnson, passionately speaks about bringing people together that we might be One. Blurring lines between race and economics and denomination, if it isn’t like Heaven, Father Josh doesn’t want it. I don’t know that I’ve ever sat across from such a convincing witness. Thy Kingdom Come!

  • Internet Friends Are Real Friends w/Rakhi McCormick | S8 E6

    August 23rd, 2022  |  Season 8  |  47 mins 21 secs
    catholic convert, catholicism, christian women's podcast, christianity, hindu convert, hindu to catholic, hindu to christian, hinduism, rakhi mccormick, women's ministry, women's podcast

    In a break from the norm, I play a game with Rakhi McCormick. Before this interview, we had never exchanged one spoken word, but I knew by the way she thought and prayed and celebrated and grieved that she was someone I dearly loved. I just needed more details so we play 20 Questions to fill in some blanks.

  • Tackling Teacher Burnout w/Josh Monroe & Chris Field | S8 E5

    August 17th, 2022  |  Season 8  |  1 hr 2 mins
    catholicism, chris field, christian women's podcast, christianity, josh monroe, josh monroe tiktok, support teachers, teachers, teaching, tiktok, women's ministry, women's podcast

    A conversation with TikTok sensation Josh Monroe about his teaching & care for the whole student. Also, Chris Field rejoins the show to advocate for an increase in support for teachers.

  • Mental Health & Spirituality w/Dr. Holly Oxhandler | S8 E4

    August 10th, 2022  |  Season 8  |  41 mins 3 secs
    catholicism, christian women's podcast, christianity, dr holly oxhandler, holly oxhandler, mental health, mental health and faith, women's ministry, women's podcast

    In this episode Dr. Holly Oxhandler sits down with me to discuss health and mental health, religion and spirituality. She speaks plainly and vulnerably to normalize therapy, medication and other ways to care for ourselves.

  • Reframing Foster Care w/Jason Johnson | S8 E3

    August 3rd, 2022  |  Season 8  |  1 hr 7 mins
    adoption, catholicism, christian foster care, christian women's podcast, christianity, foster care, jason johnson, women's ministry, women's podcast

    In today’s conversation I sit down with Jason Johnson. This is an important discussion as the Church seeks to step in with love and dignity as we follow Christ’s command to love the least of His.

  • Mental Health Matters w/Cameron Bellm | S8 E2

    July 26th, 2022  |  Season 8  |  43 mins 15 secs
    cameron bellm, catholic devotionals, catholic mental health, catholic poetry, catholic prayer, catholic saints, catholicism, christian women's podcast, christianity, women's ministry, women's podcast

    Allison Sullivan, Cameron & Kristen talk through mental health, devotionals & poetry.

  • Life Post Roe w/Destiny Herndon-De La Rosa | S8 E1

    July 20th, 2022  |  Season 8  |  53 mins 3 secs
    abortion, catholicism, christian feminist, christian women's podcast, christianity, destiny herndon-de la rosa, feminism, new wave feminist, pro life, roe v wade, women's ministry, women's podcast

    Allison discusses what life looks like after Roe V. Wade was overturned with the leader of New Wave Feminists. How do we respond to this landmark event?

  • "I Guess I Haven't Learned That Yet" w/Shauna Neiquist | S7 Bonus Episode

    April 18th, 2022  |  Season 7  |  23 mins 29 secs
    catholicism, christian women's podcast, christianity, grief, seasons of life, shauna niequist, shauna niequist author, women's ministry, women's podcast

    "I Guess I Haven't Learned That Yet" w/Shauna Neiquist
    Sinner Saint Sister Podcast | Season 7 Bonus Episode
    Conversation about navigating grief and finding new rhythms of life

  • Eternal Current w/Aaron Niequist | S7 E10

    January 4th, 2022  |  Season 7  |  59 mins 42 secs
    catholicism, christian doubt, christian faith, christian musician, christian women's podcast, christianity, doubt, women's ministry, women's podcast, worship leader

    A conversation about Christian doubt & resurrection with Aaron Niequist

  • Creating in Chaos w/Laura Fanucci S7E9

    December 17th, 2021  |  Season 7  |  54 mins 10 secs
    catholic creatives, catholicism, christian women's podcast, christianity, motherhood, parenting, women's ministry, women's podcast

    A deep conversation about spirituality, motherhood and creating in the midst of all of it with Laura Fanucci

  • S7E8 Mangers w/Clare McCallan

    December 11th, 2021  |  Season 7  |  49 mins 59 secs
    catholic art, catholicism, christian women's podcast, christianity, clare mccallan, motherhood, poetry, women's ministry, women's podcast

    Allison sits down with Clare McCallan to talk about prayer as poetry and making room for whatever we might be feeling this Advent.

  • S7E7 The Shift Film w/Brock Heasley

    November 22nd, 2021  |  Season 7  |  1 hr 5 mins
    brock heasley, catholicism, christian art, christian film, christian movie, christian women's podcast, christianity, forgiveness, shift film, women's ministry, women's podcast

    Allison sits down with writer, director and film maker Brock Heasley to talk about the extraordinary events of his childhood, how tragedy and beauty so commonly coexist, and how quality storytelling just might be exactly what this broken world needs.