Dr. Tom and Kari Curran ‘keep it simple’ by exploring the theme of simplicity. Kari shares stories about summer activities and reflects on “giving as antidote to the disease of greed.” Tom talks about the many humble intentions from prayer warriors across the world and shares quotes about enslavement of earthly possessions.
Dr. Tom and Kari Curran reflect on their one year anniversary of their move to Spokane Valley and discuss what’s been unveiled during their ‘curran-tine’. Tom explores the theology of three levels of freedom and Kari talks about planting a garden.
Dr. Tom Curran is joined by Fr. Pat Smith, Pastor of St Augustine Church in Washington, DC, The Mother Church of African-American Catholics, to discuss the movie Harriet.
The Currans share stories from their launch into the new school year. Tom talks about obedience, freedom and the embarrassing way God revealed a message to him on day one of the Exodus 90 program. Kari talks about her quest through the local Hobby Lobby store to fill their new home with Scripture quotes.
Dr. Tom Curran asks “What’s going on?” as he shares challenging and encouraging stories about what has (and hasn’t) changed in Boston over the past 35 years. Tom reads insights from the biography on John Adams by David McCullough, on the many sacrifices of the Founding Fathers for the sake of future generations.