Dr. Tom Curran “takes a stance toward” scripture to meet God in the now moment. Tom talks about what’s at stake in taking action and what it means to be radically docile.
Dr. Tom Curran shares stories of “little things” from everyday life, related to, principles of the spiritual life: 1.) “Don’t just pass by, ask about the journey” 2.) “Remember, things are not as they appear,” 3.) “Be good stewards! Hand-on the goods, don’t pass on your virus,” 4.) “Pay attention to those who came before you and those who will follow.”
Dr. Tom Curran explores key ways to teach ‘the basics’ about God with a news-worthy quality and enthusiasm. Tom prays for the families impacted by the local train derailment incident and shares a story about the woman leaving unintended voicemails on his phone.
In celebration of the Easter Octave, Dr. Tom Curran reflects on the Cure of a Crippled Beggar (Acts 3) and explores four attitudes of discipleship modeled by Peter and John: be alert, discern, interpret, and obey.