Dr. Tom Curran begins the first full week of Lent by talking about the need for fresh bread and the intercession of guardian angels. Tom share stories about re-discovering hidden treasures, being caught ‘off-guard’, and experiencing interior humiliation.
Dr. Tom Curran shares several ‘new perspectives’ he’s gained in these first few days of the new liturgical year. Tom talks about divine healing of dislocation, the Jesse Tree, the process of turning coal onto diamonds, and the consequence of contraception in marriage.
Dr. Tom Curran shares insights and stories about the final week of the liturgical year and the theology of the ‘Final Things’. Tom talks about what he is grateful for, references The Judgment of the Nations (Matthew 25: 31-46) and reads the latest update from Mary Grace on her experience in Guatemala on The World Race.
Dr. Tom and Kari Curran confess to having an empty tool box, honking the horn, lacking a bedtime routine, and watching Hallmark movies. Kari reads her favorite poem posted on Mary Grace’s World Race blog, “I Never Knew Jesus had Brown Eyes.” Tom shares insights he’s learned about trauma and trauma-informed care.
Dr. Tom Curran concretizes the theology of reconciliation into five sentences that will heal your life and the church: “I did it,” “I’m sorry,” “Forgive me,” “I’ll make it up to you,” and “I will never do it again.” Tom talks about the recent discussion that convicted him into boldly addressing the traumatic sexual assault crisis in the church.