Talking about the “Things That Matter Most” on February 22, 2018
4:00 – The Story of the Olympics from Ancient Greece to Today
As the Winter Olympics continue in Pyeongchang, we take a step back in history with Jeremy McInerney and look at how the games originated and how they developed into what we know and love today.
4:40 – A Look at Parkland from the Pierced Heart of a Sandy Hook Mother
Jennifer Hubbard’s life took a tragic turn on December 14, 2012 when her 6-year-old daughter Catherine was one of 20 first graders to lose her live in the Sandy Hook school shooting. Despite her grief, her faith did not crumble and she has become a public inspiration for others. Jenny joins us.
5:00 – Slowing down for God in a Fast-Paced Sport
It is common for bobsledders to reach speeds of 80 to 90 miles per hour in international races. While this may make for thrilling competition, Olympic gold medalist Curt Tomasevicz— no stranger to flying on ice — has a deep appreciation for slowing down. He’ll share his faith and give us a firsthand look at what it’s like to race down a bobsled track.
5:20 – Conversations on the World’s Great Religions
In today’s globalized society, religion is deeply intertwined with every issue we see on the news. But talking about multiple religions can be contentious. Are different faiths compatible somehow? And how can we know whether one religion is “more true” than another? We’ll talk with Dr Peter Kreeft.