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Lighthouse Faith Episodes (25)
The Vatican Museum's Secrets Revealed by Art Historian Dr. Liz Lev
On this episode of 'Lighthouse Faith', Art History professor, Dr. Elizabeth Lev, talked about why art is very much a central part of Christianity and how connected the works are to the central theme of the Holy See's mission, which is saving souls.
The Vatican Observatory in Italy, A Teaching Tool Melding Science and Faith
On this episode of 'Lighthouse Faith podcast', former Apostolic Residence in Castel Gandolfo Fr. Richard D’Souza talks about why the Catholic church embraces science and why it sees no conflict between the holy scriptures and scientific discoveries.
Kirk Cameron's New Film, 'Lifemark' Is About the Power of Choices
On this episode of 'Lighthouse Faith podcast', actor Kirk Cameron talks about why he was moved to make the film, 'Lifemark'. The Grand Narrative of the film is that God has a tremendous purpose through adoption and that life is the most incredible gift.
Trail Life USA, Becoming Christian Alternative to the Troubled Boy Scouts of America
There has arisen an alternative to the 110-year-old Boy Scouts of America organization. It's called Trail Life USA. Trail Life's CEO Mark Hancock talks about how his organization is growing by leaps and bounds, while BSA's membership is shrinking.
'Transformation of a Transgender Teen': A Journalist Tells One Christian Family's Story
On this episode of 'Lighthouse Faith podcast', journalist Sarah Zylstra talks about her article in 'The Gospel Coalition' and her interview with a Christian family about their daughter's long journey of becoming a transgender boy.
Dan Darling on Abortion Polls and What they Actually Mean (and Don't Mean)
On this episode of 'Lighthouse Faith', Daniel Darling talks about Americans, whether Democrat or Republican, favor some kind of restrictions on abortion, and younger generations are becoming more pro-life than their parents and grandparents.
TV Journalist Faces the Tragic Murder of Her Daughter Through Faith in God
On 'Lighthouse Faith podcast', producer for America's Most Wanted Michelle Hord talks about her book, 'The Other Side of Yet: Finding Light in the Midst of Darkness,' that tells her story of heartache and sorrow, but also of strength and healing.
Revisiting a Conversation with Os Guinness: America's Identity of 1776 Rests on God's Law at Sinai, Woke Ideology on the Revolution of 1789 France
On this episode of 'Lighthouse Faith podcast', historian and best-selling author Os Guinness talks about his new book, The Magna Carta of Humanity: Sinai's Revolutionary Faith and The Future of Freedom.
Marriage, Relationships, Johnny Depp vs. Amber Heard: Two Experts Offer a Faith-filled Guide
On 'Lighthouse Faith podcast' we ask, Fr. Nicholas Louh and Dr. Roxanne Louh, about marriage. The Depp vs. Heard trial is used as a cautionary tale, but they do have some expert insight into how this relationship got on the rails in the first place.
40 Days for Life Founder Talks About What Happens After Roe
On 'Lighthouse Faith', Shawn Carney, who co-founded a pro-life group, explains why it's the end of an era for Roe v. Wade, but also how to spread the truth in love when it comes to the most contentious subject that has torn apart the country itself.
A Conservative Priest Who Calls Nancy Pelosi Blessed! An Interesting Take on the Holy Communion Conflict
Wherever you stand on the controversy over denying Catholic politicians Holy Communion because of their stance on abortion, one conservative priest, Fr. Gerald Murray, has a totally non-political take on this ever-growing dispute.
Grammy Award Winning Christian Artist Michael W. Smith, Honoring The Way of Fathers
On this episode of 'Lighthouse Faith podcast', Michael W. Smith talks about his father and the book he wrote that honors him. Studies shows that when fathers are present, supportive, and loving, to their children, children thrive.
Archbishop Emeritus of Philadelphia, Charles Chaput: Church, Family and America's Cultural Collision Course
Archbishop Charles Chaput talks about how America is at a critical precipice concerning her weakened religious foundations of which the state is taking advantage by inserting itself as the authority over theological beliefs.
The Matter of Life: Filmmaker Tracy Robinson Shares Why Award-Winning Pro-Life Documentary Was Banned from Facebook
On this episode of 'Lighthouse Faith podcast', filmmaker Tracy Robinson explains how she came to be staunchly pro-life and how there are many Christians who were like her. She gets information from a secular point of view and not from the Church.
Hollywood and Jesus: How Blockbuster Movies Keep Imitating the Ultimate Superhero
On 'Lighthouse Faith podcast', Dr. Frank Turek talks about his new book, 'Hollywood Heroes: How Your Favorite Movies Reveal God.' In the book he shows how the theme of sacrifice is the Christian narrative of Jesus sacrificing Himself on the cross.
Tuesdays with Morrie Author Talks About the Gift of Life in the Midst of Death
Mitch Albom's 'Tuesdays With Morrie' and Chika's story are bookends; both dealing with what we all must face, death. But then there's joy of focusing instead on being thankful for the time we had with a loved one, rather than mourning over their absence.
Orthodox Christianity Like You've Never Heard It Before: Rev. Dr. Nicholas Louh
On this episode of 'Lighthouse Faith podcast', I am on the road again, this time to Southampton, New York, at the Lenten Retreat at the Dormition of the Virgin Mary Greek Orthodox Church, where Fr. Nicholas Louh was the keynote speaker for three seminars.
The Real Father Stu: His Close Friend and Fellow Priest Talks About the Film and the Purpose of Suffering
Fr. Bart, who consulted on the film, talks about the real Fr. Stu. His early life struggles, his searching for meaning, his rejection of faith, and then his passionate embrace of it despite the debilitating illness.
Comedian Keith Stubbs: He's Serious About Keeping Comedy Clean
Keith Stubbs tried the normal route in comedy to make his jokes a little bit saucy and sexy, but now he's a defender of the faith. Dry Bar Comedy is an organization started by Neal and Jeffrey Harmon in 2017, devoted to keeping comedy clean.