Dr. Tom and Kari Curran talk about some tactics for families to intentionally combat the cultural tsunami. The Currans share highlights from their recent family trip to Northern Idaho, read recent blog posts from Mary Grace, and testify to the fruits of homeschooling.
Dr. Tom Curran continues a three-part program series on three communities necessary to survive and thrive amidst the cultural tsunami. Tom explores the impact of the wider communities, such as: the digital world, sports teams, club activities, city, and state.
Dr. Tom Curran reads 2Chronicles 20 and shares insights about God’s battle and heaven. Tom talks about what to do when under attack by the enemy: consult, fast, gather, and act.
Dr. Tom and Kari Curran share stories about their current challenge of parenting five teenagers, such as: sibling rivalry, sarcasm, and push-back. Tom contrasts their parenting principles from the first decade versus the second decade. Kari gives five ‘must have’ tips for organizing a successful family-bonding activity: fun, food, faith, fresh, and furtive.
Dr. Tom Curran interviews Event Director Brian Callanan about the upcoming 2nd Annual Loop the Lupe Family Fun Run and Obstacle Course. Tom shares stories about a broken nose, fatherhood, a YouTube Video on The Power of Praying the Entire Rosary, and praying with authority.