David and Charlette discuss the story of Jesus rebuking Peter from this week’s gospel, it’s implications for our spiritual lives, and what conversations at home will be like based on these gospel themes
Day: August 29, 2020
The story of Moses and the burning (not burning!) bush sparks a wide ranging conversation about God’s presence and movement in our lives
“Praise the Lord for all that is good, and even stuff that may be bad at the time but which later on may be revealed as something quite the opposite. The pandemic may have shown us that we are all brothers and sisters in the same boat, we are all responsible for one another, and we can still pull together to help each other get through this time. We are stronger because we can do things we didn’t know we could, and that’s a lesson we can take with us throughout the rest of our lives.”
David and Charlette talk about the story of Peter identifying Jesus as the messiah from this week’s gospel, it’s implications for our spiritual lives, and what conversations at home will be like based on these gospel themes
Is Jesus of the past or is He the living God right now, and tomorrow?