To sign up for the free email challenge (happening in June) go here.

Here’s what you can expect inside the book:

Do you struggle to find time for prayer? Do you struggle with not even knowing what to say or how to say it when you do get the time? Do you ever feel like you’re talking to yourself?

The 7 Day Faith Challenge gives real Catholic women the information they need to truly begin (or reboot) their walk with God. This book was made with the imperfect Christian woman in mind–the woman who needs work on the doing part. If you’re ready to learn more about Catholicism, grow closer to God and have an active faith, this book is for you.

This challenge has helped over 1,000 women boldly live out their faith. (Read their testimonials below.)

Included in the book:

  • Information about the Catholic faith, written in an interesting and highly relatable way
  • The challenge (your homework-of-the-day)
  • Questions for reflection
  • Space for journaling
  • Coloring pages

About the author: Diana is a hilarious, extremely relatable Catholic woman who converted from atheism in 2013. She is passionate about truth-telling, showing her mess and meeting people exactly where they are.

Here’s what other women had to say about Diana and this challenge:

“I have to say, this challenge far exceeded my expectations. I learned a great deal even though I thought I already knew quite a bit. I love how real Diana is and how she made me laugh. I’ve always enjoyed her videos and her Sunday gospel reflections. She gives information in a way that is easy to understand and relate to. I really can’t think of anything I would change about this challenge.”

“Diana, thank you for this challenge. I thanked God today for giving me the courage to take the challenge! I have enjoyed these 7 days and have questioned everything I thought I knew and everything wrong I have been doing in my life. Today was the first day I felt God’s presence as I was sitting in mass listening to the homily. I am slowly working the courage up to attend confession.”

“Thank you, Diana, for creating this challenge! It is so well written and I enjoyed it so much! I am a morning person and waking up early before my kids is when I get my “me” time, which I like to spend in prayer. Often times though I feel unsure of what I should be doing/saying to be productive in prayer. I love how you walk me through it and the specific action steps are so helpful!!”

“I love Diana’s videos. I can’t think of anything else that would make this challenge better. It’s so well rounded and seems to have something for everyone–no matter where they are in their faith life. Awesome challenge!”

“I found every day of the challenge helpful. I was most excited about Days 4 and 5. God is so good. Diana is an awesome light in the darkness to so many who don’t know better and are too scared to talk about so many issues. Keep up the great work. This was so helpful.”

“I really found every single day of the challenge helpful. There’s so much I don’t know and am still learning. All the information was super helpful. I love the resources she shares that allowed you to learn, read, or listen to even more about that particular day’s challenge.”

“This challenge is a great tool…I was a Director of Religious Ed for 10 years and was always looking for teaching and growing tools for my catechisms. She’s got a good thing going here!”

“Diana, I wanted to say a huge thank you for this challenge. As a 50 year old empty nester, I can say I sure wish I had someone like you when I was a young Catholic wife/mother. You are touching lives, bringing women to the faith, and inspiring even us old gals. You have a gift, continue to share it, it’s definitely your ministry. You will be in my prayers. God Bless!!”

Buy the book here.

47 thoughts on “CHALLENGE”

    1. Hey Diana! It’s Mrs. Dana Broussard. Your former high school teacher. So proud of you and what you are doing.! I watched your talk at Acadiana Religious Book store. Loved it!❤️Go girl! Love and prayers 🙏🙏


  1. What if someone is “in between”? Like, I pray in the morning and read the daily mass readings, meditate, pray the Rosary (M-F), pray at night and do Novenas, pray before bed and most days pray the Chaplet at 3pm, plus go to confession (not weekly) and serve at mass…but I still feel thirsty. It feels like I’m not where I need to be. Should I try it?


    1. Annie! Good question! Sounds like you have a very good prayer life. You certainly don’t need me, but if you wanted to, you could use this challenge week as a personal retreat. You could really be purposeful about asking God what He is calling you to and watch Him answer. Also, it would be great to have you in the Facebook group since you’re doing such a great job of living out your faith. ❤️


  2. Madrina is signing up but Im old and tech challenged so Im hoping I can do tech part. Pray for me to keep up.


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