Everything you post, you're talking to one person and they are listening to you on their phone when they can't sleep at 2 a.m.
So what are you going to say to them?
EPISODE ONE - Leah Darrow Explores Facebook
Leah Darrow is a Catholic speaker, author, entrepreneur and mother of six dedicated to inspiring others to become who God made them to be. She was an America’s Next Top Model Season 3 contestant and a former professional model who experienced a life-changing conversion back to the Catholic faith. With 79,000 followers on Facebook, she has built a community from the idea of simply sharing about faith and culture. She is also the founder of the Lux app, the first Catholic app for Catholic women that focuses on community, prayer, and formation.
We’ve met the influencers, we’ve heard their stories and we are so pumped to share them with you! In our upcoming project, The New Evangelization and New Media, in collaboration with Word on Fire Institute, we’ll share first-hand, practical experience on how to better use Social Media to evangelize, be your authentic self and share the love of Jesus with others.
LEAH'S EPISODE TRAILER
The New Evangelization and New Media series kicks off with an amazing conversation with Leah Darrow talking about Facebook. Check out the trailer for episode 1 here.
Leah Darrow is a Catholic speaker, author, entrepreneur and mother of six dedicated to inspiring others to become who God made them to be.
Behind the Scenes
While having a conversation about Twitch and how it works, Jonathan Blevins went ahead and signed Leah Darrow up for an account right then and there! We hope you enjoy this moment as much as we did.
Check out Bearded Blevins on Twitch. And follow Leah Darrow's BRAND NEW Twitch account as well. Twitch is a platform where millions of people come together live every day to chat, interact, and make their own entertainment together.
In this clip, Dr. Richard Ludwick, President of University of St. Thomas-Houston, takes Leah Darrow on a tour of Link-Lee Mansion, the original site of the university now restored for offices, meetings and events.
They discuss the history of the mansion, the University of St. Thomas-Houston crest and it's meaning, the icons featured and why sacred art is essential (with a special conversation about Blessed Augustus Tolton), and the genius of St. John Paul II.