Today’s episode centers around a story from the life of David. We explore how David’s faith in God enabled him to win a great victory out of what could have been his worst defeat.
Scripture used in this episode comes from 1 Sam 30.
Today’s episode is based on two passages from Scripture which have something to teach us about spiritual warfare. We are also going to discuss renunciation, which is a tool you can use in spiritual warfare.
“For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms.” (Eph 6:12)
“Bless those who persecute you; bless and do not curse.” (Rom 12:14)
Today we take a look at paragraphs 2041-2043 of the Catechism which talk about the why and the what of the five precepts of the Catholic Church. We’re also going to go over seven tips you can use to get more out of your Mass experience.
We’re wrapping up our series with this episode focusing on the answer of ‘No.’ We usually don’t like hearing ‘No.’ We’ll be looking at a time when Jesus received the answer ‘No’ to one of His prayers in Luke 22:39-47, 54.
Continuing our series on petitions we’ll be looking at the response of ‘Not That Way’ today. This episode’s Bible story comes from the book of Acts and is about St Peter and the healing of a lame beggar (Acts 3:1-10).
What exactly is evangelization?
Typically when the word ‘evangelization’ gets used we automatically think of missionaries going to foreign lands to preach to the unchurched. There’s also a movement in the Catholic church which focuses on something called ‘the new evangelization.’ This movement shares the Gospel message with those who already have some familiarity with it but haven’t fully engaged with it.
We’re going to take a look at some lessons on evangelization we can learn from a familiar Bible story about fishing. You can find this story in the Gospel of Luke 5:1-11.
Today’s episode concludes our 4-part series on vocations. We’ve talked about consecrated life and we’ve talked about married life–what else is there to talk about? Single life!
And so the controversy begins. Some people argue that the single life is not a vocation at all, but a sort of no man’s land which exists before you find your actual vocation. In this episode we build a case for why the single life should be considered a vocation and why the single life is the poster child for the forgotten vocation.
We are continuing the 4-part series on vocations. Today’s episode takes a look at the general vocation of marriage. We’re also going to address two of the goods of marriage, namely the good of the spouses and children.