Podcast

Enkindle 126 – 10.02.22 – Trust in his Goodness

In this reflection for the 27th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Kristen Fisher tells a personal story of how God used some very hard years in her life to increase her faith in Him.

Enkindle 125 – 09.25.22 – Made for Heaven

In this reflection for the 26th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Erik Arnold shows how the story of Lazarus teaches us that it’s a gift and a choice to have eternal life with Jesus.

Enkindle 124 – 09.18.22 – Good Stewards

In this reflection for the 25th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Kristen Fisher inspires us with the story of Dr. Mortel, who used everything that God had given him for great good.

Enkindle 123 – 09.11.22 – Come Home

In this reflection for the 24th Sunday in Ordinary Time, Kristen Fisher encourages us to receive the crazy, extravagant, and absurd love of God and come back home to Him.

Enkindle 122 – 09.04.22 – The Gospel Can Change People

In this reflection for the 23rd Sunday in Ordinary Time, missionary Meg Hunter-Kilmer reminds us that we are beloved, and that we are children of God.

Enkindle 121 – 08.28.22 – Spiritual Humility

In this reflection for the 22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time, Fr. Erik Arnold reminds us that everything in our relationship with God is pure grace.

Enkindle 120 – 08.21.22 – Press in and Hold On

In this reflection for the 21st Sunday in Ordinary Time, Kristen Fisher inspires us to press in and hold onto Jesus instead of relying on our own strength to get through the narrow gate.

Redeemer S3E4 – Archbishop William Lori

We talk with Archbishop William Lori of the Archdiocese of Baltimore about the year of the Eucharist, evangelization, vocations, and holiness.

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.