Dr. Tom and Kari Curran read and respond to letters from listeners. Kari shares stories about their recent visit to the Spokane area. Tom gives more examples of small acts of reparation, on behalf of one’s family and community.
Dr. Tom and Kari Curran talk about some tactics for families to intentionally combat the cultural tsunami. The Currans share highlights from their recent family trip to Northern Idaho, read recent blog posts from Mary Grace, and testify to the fruits of homeschooling.
Dr. Tom and Kari Curran share stories about practical examples of encountering the front line of the battle between the cultural tsunami and faith-filled family life. Kari talks about her Mother’s Day hike and Tom talks about the contrast between profundity and intensity.
Dr. Tom Curran continues a three-part program series on three communities necessary to survive and thrive amidst the cultural tsunami. Tom explores the impact of the wider communities, such as: the digital world, sports teams, club activities, city, and state.
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.’