Live Not Lukewarm
Do you long to know more about your faith? Do you want to learn the truth, beauty and goodness of Catholicism and how to apply it to your life? Do you like learning but want things to be explained in a straightforward way?
You are in the right place.
Live Not Lukewarm was created for you, a person who wants to know more, has questions and wants answers spoken clearly and simply. Through Bible studies, courses, retreats, Sunday Scripture reflections, study guides and images to download book clubs and private discussion groups we will look for and find the treasures of our faith. The treasures that will help you live your life as a Not Lukewarm Catholic.
What’s Going On Now
Sunday Mass Readings Discussion Group
Each week we go to Mass and hear the readings proclaimed. But have we heard them? Do we understand how they apply to our own life? There are 5 great ways to help understand the readings more fully:
- Read the readings ahead of time.
- Discuss them with others.
- Pray with the readings.
- Make connections to your life.
- Sign up now for a guided discussion group.
A 2-Week Course as we begin a New Year!
Do you struggle with imposter syndrome? Do you feel like you can never do enough? Do you find yourself saying, “I can’t; why bother trying; no one cares?” Do others’ opinions cause you to question your abilities, beliefs, or life decisions?
Were you nodding as you read, realizing you are not alone and want this way of thinking to stop? Then this course is for you!
Learn how to Pray with Scripture
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What else do you offer?
The presentation segment is recorded so it can be viewed if you miss the live session. After the presentation, there is a time for discussion based on the questions provided and participants interest. The group has an opportunity to interact with other.
Each week you’ll receive an email with a short reflection on the Sunday Mass readings, questions for discussion/reflection and prayer prompts to help you live out your faith.
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St. Paul wrote this letter circa 57-58 AD to the house churches in Rome. He wants to teach about the doctrine of justification by faith and the divine plan for redemption.
It is the shortest gospel, with 16 chapters. It opens with John the Baptist and Jesus’ baptism, not an infancy narrative. Jesus begins his ministry with healing and driving out demons. His words are shown to have power. He then moves out, toward Jerusalem, where he makes the ultimate sacrifice for us.
Grounded in God's Grace
A series of webinars to focus on building a personal treasure trove of grace reminders to keep with us, refer to, pray with and read when we need a spiritual boost.
Inspired for Freedom
Called to Abundance
A webinar that reminds us of who created us and that we are made for greatness.
I really learned a lot through your studies of the Acts of the Apostles and the Letter of St Paul to the Romans! You made St. Paul’s words easier to understand with the background information you shared. Your reflections on the words helped the development of my faith after the group discussions and questions.
Deanna, your Bible studies and reflections on the weekly readings have added so much to my spiritual growth and wellbeing. I love sharing our love for our Lord and his word.
The studies that I have participated in during this time of distancing have allowed me to be in community. Deanna has led us in our study and development with genuine care and concern. She has created a safe and encouraging environment, as we grow and learn together.
How Can I participate?
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