ENKINDLE

Enkindle 119 – 08.14.22 – Earth on Fire

In this reflection for the 20th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Adam Novotny shows us that while the road of the disciple is hard, having the Holy Spirit set our lives on fire empowers us to do His will.

Enkindle 118 – 08.07.22 – Given the Kingdom

In this reflection for the 19th Sunday in Ordinary Time, missionary Meg Hunter-Kilmer reflects on how the readings show that God has chosen us to be his own, and what that means for us.

Enkindle 117 – 07.31.22 – The Thing that Lasts

In this reflection for the 18th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Kristen Fisher reflects on the ways that the Scriptures encourage us to spend our lives on the things that matter to God.

Enkindle 116 – 07.24.22 – Every Day Missionaries

Fr. Erik Arnold recaps the last month’s readings and the four simple ways they challenge us to be missionaries in every day life.

Enkindle 115 – 07.17.22 – The One Thing Necessary

For this reflection for Sixteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Kristen Fisher shows us that the story with Mary and Martha reveals the difference between knowing God and encountering him.

Enkindle 114 – 07.10.22 – It is Good to be Good

For this reflection for Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Meg Hunter-Kilmer inspires us to ask for a deeper joy that only comes from Jesus.

Enkindle 113 – 07.03.22 – Deeper Joy

For this reflection for Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Meg Hunter-Kilmer inspires us to ask for a deeper joy that only comes from Jesus.

Enkindle 112 – 06.26.22 – Be Dramatic

For this reflection for Thirteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Erik Arnold challenges us to be dramatic in giving our hearts to Jesus.

Enkindle 111 – 06.19.22 – Yes and Amen!

In this reflection for The Feast of Corpus Christ 2022, Adam Novotny inspires us consider the Mass differently this Sunday as we recognize the presence of the body of Jesus in the Eucharist.

Enkindle 110 – 06.12.22 – Love, Multiplied

In this reflection for The Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity 2022, Kristen Fisher reminds us that God himself is a family and he wants to be at work within our human families.