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- A Christian's Feet
The Washing of The Feet is a powerful symbol of not only loving, humble service but, just as importantly, what a Christian’s feet should look like and why. This talk provides a compact and concise road map for how a Christian should and should not use his or her feet to fulfill the true purpose of bringing glory to God.
- David and Goliath Revisited
The famous story of David and Goliath is often incorrectly seen as a story of an underdog defeating a favorite. This talk challenges the listener to see this story as quite the opposite, and bridges that alternate suggestion to approaching the world while being true to God.
- Backbiting....Salvation Cancer
This talk illustrates how the greatly underestimated sin of backbiting destroys our chances for salvation by spreading three critical lies about our relationships with ourselves, others, and God.
- Christ.....The Anti-Selfie
This talk compares various characters of the Passion story to illustrate the difference between a selfie and anti-selfie mentality, and how the latter approach is the only way to fulfill one’s life mission.
- The Scriptural Faces of Divine Mercy
This talk combines the story of Judas vs. Peter, Gestas vs. Dismas, and the parables of The Prodigal Son and The Vine Workers to paint a moving image of Divine Mercy.
- The Our Father and The Magnificat as The Perfect Prayers
This talk presents The Lord’s Prayer and Mary’s Magnificat as the prototypical and perfect prayers which epitomize what all prayer should be.
- God's Math: Scriptural Illustrations of How Salvation is illustrated by the Basic Math Functions
This talk illustrates how addition, subtraction, division, and multiplication provide a concise and fundamental formula for eternal salvation in the context of popular Scriptural illustrations.
- Three Kings and a Baby
This talk illustrates how three kings, Solomon, Herod, and Henry VIII, each defined their lives, and fates, by how they viewed a baby and power.
- The Three Levels of Suffering Actualization
This talk takes the wisdom of Saint Therese “The Little Flower”, Saint Tarcisius, and Saint Alphonsus de Liguori to illustrate the three levels of suffering necessary for becoming the saint that we are all destined to become.
- Cognitive Dissonance and Sin
This talk illustrates how the famous psychological concept of cognitive dissonance explains the sinister and destructive cycle of sin.
- Divine Mercy as The Anti-Sin
This talk demonstrates that Divine Mercy is the exact opposite of sin, and therefore provides a concise explanation of why Divine Mercy breaks the cycle and lie that sin is.
- Gideon as The Blueprint for Salvation
This talk illustrates how the story of Gideon provides us with the exact road map to bringing peace, trust, faith, and salvation to our lives. Included in this discussion is the view of Catholic marriage as a love triangle with God.