Chasing the Christ Child: How Raising a family taught me to love God in the little things

by | Jan 6, 2021 | Interviews, Latest

In this episode, Dominic de Souza shares with Sha Nacino lessons he learned to love God in the little things as he raised his family.

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Topics Covered:

  • What’s the big lesson being in love has taught you?
  • Why is suffering the path to true love?
  • What has being a parent taught you about God?

About Sha Nacino

Sha Nacino is a trusted global speaker on gratitude and creativity, an author of 14 books, and the founder & host of the World Gratitude Summit™, the biggest virtual learning event with 15,000+ participants from 49 countries globally. She is currently in her 30s, a happily single woman who desires to be married in God’s perfect time. She lives in the Philippines.

Connect with Sha on
IG: https://instagram.com/sha_nacino
YT: https://bit.ly/SubscribetoShaNacinoTV
Email: info@shanacino.com
Joy and Peace Podcast: https://www.instagram.com/joyandpeacepodcast/

About Dominic de Souza
Dominic is the Founder of SmartCatholics, is a marketer & storyteller. He also geeks out about epics, mystics, science, the angelic, & movies.

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Dominic de Souza

Dominic de Souza
Cradle-Catholic passionate about how Faith, history, and science meet in today’s world. Total theologeek, and marketer.

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