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Summit reflection video for the 4th Sunday of Lent with Joel Stepanek.
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Jesus knows what it is like in the desert, but He also knows what it is like to emerge from the desert having remained faithful to God. This Lent, we look to Jesus as our model and pray that we can follow His example, prevailing against the temptations of the devil and growing deeper in our relationship with God.
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If you can build a house in Mexico, you surely can clean your house and help your parents. Yeah, I know. The truth can be sassy sometimes.
by Kellie Goff
I’d like to believe that even when my praises for God feel dried up or His blessings for me feel finished, that I’ll remember the truth about who He is. I’d like to tell myself I’ll always see God’s goodness in even the most difficult of situations. But I’m human and stumble more than I’d like, failing to recognize such things.
by Sophia Swinford
As Catholics, we believe that Christ invites us to unite our suffering with His Passion and that, when we do this, our suffering takes on redemptive power.
by Kiernan Doyle
I believe that the best feeling in the world is getting some good news to distract you from studying. One time in college, while studying with some friends, we’d reached a point where we were spending more time on our phones than our upcoming test and I got a text […]
by Joel Stepanek
You weren’t made for “maybe.” God wants all of you – Jesus asks us to jump in with both feet.
by Abbey Staub
We have become so absorbed with ourselves and our image that we forget about the other person right next to us.
by Leah Murphy
The saints lived incredible, heroic, nearly unbelievable moments because their love for God was just as radical in those moments as it was in the most un-incredible moments of their lives.
Christ didn’t come to tell us how bad we are, He came to tell us how good we are.
by Faith Noah
As I stepped off the plane during my first mission trip, I hardly expected the ways in which my understanding of poverty was about to be challenged.
by Amanda Cassar
May you live in the truth every day that God has already claimed victory. By His death and resurrection, we can live in true freedom.