C.S. Lewis’ The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe – Part 4, Chapters 13-18

Today in the Abiding Together Podcast, we wrap up our book study on the Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe Part 4 (chapters 13-18). We chat about the resurrection, what it means to be restored and reconciled, and making space for childlike wonder. We hope you’ve enjoyed this book study with us.

“We are not on earth to guard a museum, but to cultivate a flowering garden of live.” – St. Pope John XXIII

One Thing We Love This Week:

The “Abiding” Women’s Conference in Louisiana

Discussion Questions:

1) When have you had an experience of mercy?

2) Who is someone that you need to offer mercy to?

3) What do you experience when God has you in a process or journey? Are you able to be patient or are you filled with unrest and anxiety?

4) Do I live life in grey, stone cold, or do I live life in technicolor?

5) Where am I dying and need Christ to bring life and make things new?

Journal Questions:

1) Where do you need to ask God for mercy in your life right now?

2) Where is my heart hard?

3) How can I allow time and space for playfulness, joy and childlike wonder?

Quote to Ponder:

“We are not on earth to guard a museum, but to cultivate a flowering garden of life” – Pope John XXIII

Scripture for Lectio Divina – Romans 6:4-5

“Therefore we have been buried with him by baptism into death, so that, just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, so we too might walk in newness of life. For if we have been united with him in a death like his, we will certainly be united with him in a resurrection like his.”

Special Lenten Announcement!

We will be doing a book study together beginning on March 4! The book will “Searching for and Maintaining Peace” by Fr. Jacques Philippe

Meet Your Hosts:

Sr. Miriam, Heather, and Michelle (From left to right)

Abiding Together is a weekly podcast hosted by Michelle Benzinger, Sr. Miriam James Heidland, and Heather Khym. If you would like to contact the ladies of Abiding Together, email: abidingtogether@ascensionpress.com.


  1. I so enjoyed re-reading this book! But truly looked forward to your insights and comments! A whole new perspective than when reading it before! Looking forward to the Lenten read! God bless!

    • Hi Mary! So glad you enjoyed the Narnia series. We had a lot of fun with it too. Excited to journey with you through Lent. God bless!


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