Dr. Tom Curran continues to discuss how to recover and revive faith in the community of family life. Tom gives tips for husbands and fathers (and moms) to ‘up their game’ and shares stories of choosing the hard-easy.
Dr. Tom and Kari Curran reflect on this new season in parenting and ponder the question: where are our blind spots? Kari asks the question: how can anyone flourish in family life without God at the center? Tom asks: how do we relate the church and the world today?
Dr. Tom and Kari Curran anticipate Mother’s Day weekend and continue to discuss the battle against the cultural tsunami. Tom discerns a new approach to fatherhood. Kari reflects on motherhood as often ‘caught, not taught.’
The Currans talk about how their family is approaching prayer, fasting and almsgiving during Lent. Kari gives several practical examples of how to make fun activities out of Lenten practices. Tom encourages dads to pray before family prayer and references a homily about sins against the 6th and 9th commandments.
Dr. Tom and Kari Curran anticipate a special birthday, the upcoming season of Lent, and a fast approaching Tsunami. Tom explores the definition of a leader and the impact of a lack of fatherhood. Kari talks about the heart of a mother to suffer, on behalf of her children.