Kresta in the Afternoon – September 13, 2019 – Hour 2

+  Keeping the Flame of Faith Alive (2 segments)

  • Description: How do we keep our flame of faith alive? How can we share with others something that we don't know and love ourselves? John Wood joins us with some suggestions.
  • Segment Guests:
    • John Wood
      John Wood is the author of "The Light Entrusted to You: Keeping the Flame of Faith Alive." He is a mobile eye doctor from Ohio. He and his wife, Kristin, have four children. They have dedicated their lives to sharing their faith with others in practical and engaging ways through their ministry Extraordinary Mission. Wood is also author of the best-selling Ordinary Lives, Extraordinary Mission: 5 Steps to Winning the War Within.
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    • The Light Entrusted to You: Keeping the Flame of Faith Alive

      We keep the flame of our faith alive by sharing it with others. But we cannot share what we do not know and love ourselves. That's why author John Wood wrote this practical, inspiring primer, which explains the Catholic faith in six simple and engaging lessons that can be applied to everyday life. The first letters of the six lessons spell the acronym SAINTS, illustrating that the Catholic faith has the power to form ordinary men and women into extraordinary Christians, in other words, saints. Using popular movies, songs, stories, sports, and life experiences, author John Wood illuminates the wisdom of Catholicism and equips us to share it with others, especially our own children. (learn more)

+  The Love that Keeps us Sane

  • Description: St Therese is beloved for her “Little Way,” seeing all things as God sees – in the light of Eternity. This allows us to live more authentically and attentively, dealing with life’s absurdities without losing hope. We talk with Fr. Marc Foley
  • Segment Guests:
    • Fr Marc Foley
      Fr. Marc Foley is a Discalced Carmelite priest. He is the author of The Love that Keeps Us Sane and has given lectures on St Therese of Liseux and Br Lawrence of the Resurrection. Visit carmelclarion.com
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    • The Love That Keeps Us Sane: Living the Little Way of St. Therese of Lisieux

      At the heart of Therese's method is learning how to keep one's perspective by seeing all things in light of eternity, seeing all things the way God sees. This enables one to live more authentically and more attentively. The method helps readers to become involved in life without being absorbed by it, to love without becoming enmeshed, and to deal with life's absurdities without losing faith or peace of mind. Five simple everyday choices help foster this perspective and transform ordinary life into moments of true grace.Those already devoted to the Little Flower will love this fresh new look at her spirituality. In addition, the book makes for enlightening and perhaps surprising reading for pastors, clergy and religious, directors of religious ed, retreat directors, chaplains, and family counselors. The principle of viewing life in light of eternity can also provide comfort and relief for parents dealing with children, for those experiencing change or loss, and for people in therapy. (learn more)

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