FORMED Now: Spirituality

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FORMED Now: Spirituality
  • FORMED Now! Spiritual Motherhood

    Join Sr. Maris Stella of the Sisters of Life and Dr. Tim Gray for today's FORMED Live on spiritual motherhood.

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  • FORMED Now! Prayer and Spirituality

    Dr. Tim Gray sits down with Dr. Ben Akers to discuss the Church's teaching on prayer and how prayer is our response of love and faith to God's thirst for us. Rather than prayer being an obligation it is an interior invitation from God to come into conversation with Him so that He may transform ou...

  • FORMED Live: Can Almsgiving Atone for Sin?

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    This Bible study will focus on the biblical teaching about the merit God associates with almsgiving, from the OT to the NT. We will also touch on how Luther’s Reformation changed the Christian tradition and how that relates to Scripture. 

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  • FORMED Now! Finding Peace in Troubled Times with Tim Gray

    Dr. Tim Gray and Dr. Scott Hefelfinger explore scripture to uncover how we can find true peace.
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  • FORMED Live: Faith not Fear

    Join Dr. Tim Gray and Dr. Michael Barber for this special FORMED Live. Today's Bible study will focus on the contrast and tension between faith and fear. How can we practically overcome our fear by faith?

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  • FORMED Now! Is Faith Foolish?

    Join Dr. Tim Gray and Dr. Scott Hefelfinger as they explore how reasonable faith is.

  • FORMED Now! Angels: God's Messengers

    Join Dr. Tim Gray and Dr. Elizabeth Klein as they discuss the Church's teaching on angels and their appearances in the Bible.

  • Who Are the Archangels?

    Dr. Ben Akers & Dr. Elizabeth Klein discuss archangels and what role they have in our lives.

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    To learn more about the Angels, listen to our Lighthouse Talk Angels Explained by Dr. Mark Miravalle

  • How Does God Use Miracles?

    Dr. Tim Gray and Dr. Mark Gisczcak, professor of Sacred Scripture at the Augustine Institute Graduate School, sit down to discuss miracles. This conversation touches on the nature of miracles, how God uses them, and the role they play in the process of Canonization.

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  • The Virtue of Patience Amidst Chaos

    Dr. Ben Akers and Dr. Christopher O. Blum, Academic Dean of the Augustine Institute Graduate School, sit down to discuss the virtue of patience. This conversation talks about the role of patience in the Christian life, how it is expressed, the difficulties of exercising it, and how to practically...

  • FORMED Now! Dealing With Boredom

    Dr. Ben Akers sits down with Dr. Scott Hefelfinger to discuss boredom and how to remedy it with wonder.

  • FORMED Now! Seeking Wisdom in the Midst of Chaos

    Dr. Ben Akers and Dr. Mark Gisczcak, professor of Sacred Scripture at the Augustine Institute Graduate School, sit down to talk about the Wisdom literature found in the Bible and why we should drink deeply from it today.

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  • FORMED Now! Why Catholics Do Penance on Fridays

    Join Dr. Tim Gray and Dr. Scott Hefelfinger as they talk about the Catholic practice of doing penance on Fridays.

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  • FORMED Now! What is a Catholic Lifestyle?

    John Meyer, Executive Director of the Napa Institute, and Dr. Tim Gray discuss the importance of our Catholicism in developing culture through living an authentic Catholic lifestyle. Join John and Tim this July in Napa Valley at the Napa Institute and be part of the Catholic cultural renewal