After a week off, Dr. Tom Curran is back to Sound Insight to testify to the privilege of powerlessness. Tom reflects on Elijah’s reliance on God (1Kings 17) and gives NEW insights on the three moments of God’s call: vocation, desperation and transformation. Tom references a quote from Principles of Catholic Theology by Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger. (Ignatius Press)
Dr. Tom Curran shares a message for Lent: detach from comfort to praiseworthy-desperation. Tom talks about the concepts of: desperate vs. luxurious, reverent vs. casual, penitent vs. compromised, and courage vs. cowardliness.
Dr. Tom Curran explores the three temptations Jesus faces in the desert. Tom shares insights on Christian living, praise-worthy desperation, thirsting for God, and “Do not fear, little flock.” (Luke 12:32)
Are you satisfied with your relationship with the Holy Spirit? Is God satisfied with your relationship with the Holy Spirit? Dr. Tom Curran explores three stances of prayer: the one who is in love: the one who perseveres and the one who is desperate.