Tag: Living Fullness

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Episode 18 – Virtue – Temperance – Sobriety

This episode is based on one of the workshops we run on Virtue and Temperance, and we’ll focus today on Sobriety.  What is sobriety? We often think it’s only about not being drunk. Like we know we shouldn’t be dancing on the line, so, if we just keep dancing near […]

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Episode 15 – Scripture Passages and their reactions

In this week’s episode, we discuss Scripture passages. What is your earliest memory with a scripture passage? Padre: Noah’s ark – the little golden book – And I was inquisitive about the Mary and God the Father Stina: Other than the OT bible stories in children’s books – Passion and […]

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Episode 14 – Easter

At the beginning of Lent we talked about why we needed an Easter, why we needed God to come save us – to take onboard our sin, pay the ultimate price, and overcome death for us to become adopted children of God. Easter is a time of glory! Every thing […]

All we were created to be

Elise explores the purpose of Virtue Ministry – all we were created to be. She explores and introduced creation in Genesis to us as a starting point for a year, as we begin to unpack the Virtues.

Ep 3. Online dating Part 2

Part 2 of Online Dating with a focus on Not stringing people along, How many you should date at any one time, ending contacts in the online world when you’ve met someone, and ending contacts without ghosting anyone

8. Blessed are those who are persecuted for righteousness sake, for theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven

The cross is the way to heaven. Standing for your conviction and for the one you love, God, when God is not who the world generally loves, that will cause all kinds of friction. The beatitudes see heaven as our end goal, the world can’t see past death. To the world, this makes no sense. Suffering makes no sense. Persecution is to be avoided at all cost and not embraced for love of God. 

7. Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called children of God

What is a peacemaker? – It is not just an absence of war – It’s linked to justice – peacemakers have to be rooted in justice -what is owed to another person, and to God. Jesus is the perfect peacemaker, because he came to offer his life and death as a sacrifice to make right what was wronged against God, and to heal our relationship with one another. The prince of peace.