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ENKINDLE: Family Scripture Reflections is a weekly family scripture reflection podcast offered by Ablaze Family Ministries and Numinous FM that is designed for families with kids between 3rd-8th grade. Short and practical scripture reflections on the Sunday readings draw families deeper into the Word of God. The messages are easy to digest, practical, and made for the whole family to enjoy.
 
Organized by week, this devotional has a morning and evening meditation for every day of the year. Although these devotions are short in length, they are filled with spiritual goodness. In just a few sentences, Spurgeon is able to convey the wisdom of Scripture with eloquence and purpose. These daily messages provide Christians with the spiritual energy they need to begin and end each day. Spurgeon weaves a verse of Scripture into each devotion, helping readers draw deeper meaning out of the ...
 
Organized by week, this devotional has a morning and evening meditation for every day of the year. Although these devotions are short in length, they are filled with spiritual goodness. In just a few sentences, Spurgeon is able to convey the wisdom of Scripture with eloquence and purpose. These daily messages provide Christians with the spiritual energy they need to begin and end each day. Spurgeon weaves a verse of Scripture into each devotion, helping readers draw deeper meaning out of the ...
 
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In this reflection for Ascension Sunday, Kristen Fisher shows that we aren’t just passengers on our journey with Christ, but that in the life of the Church, which is like a boat, we each have a unique job to spread His love and invite others to know Him. SHOW LINKS Readings for Ascension Sunday, 2021 The post Enkindle 53 – 05.16.21 – Barque of Pete…
 
In this reflection for the 6th Sunday of Easter, Kristen Fisher shows us that Love is who we are and what we are supposed to do with our lives. It’s so central to EVERYTHING that we find that word, LOVE, 19 times in the readings and acclamation for this Sunday. SHOW LINKS Readings for the Sixth Sunday of Easter, 2021 The post Enkindle 52 – 05.09.21…
 
In this reflection for the 5th Sunday of Easter, Colin and Aimee MacIver reflect on the image of the vine and the branches and how we are connected and rooted in Christ, and that sometimes that means he has to prune off the things that are dead and that keep us from a full life with Him. SHOW LINKS Readings for the Fifth Sunday of Easter, 2021 The …
 
In this reflection for the 4th Sunday of Easter, Fr. Erik Arnold shows us that Jesus is not just simply “good”, but also noble, admirable, praise-worthy, and heroic, and that we can come to know just how amazing his love is for us by speaking to him from our hearts in prayer. SHOW LINKS Readings for the Fourth Sunday of Easter, 2021 The post Enkind…
 
In this reflection for the 3rd Sunday of Easter, Kristen Fisher shows us that the readings this week challenge us to recognize Jesus when he shows up in our real lives, and when we do, recognizing Him fills us with joy and awe. SHOW LINKS Readings for the Third Sunday of Easter, 2021 The post Enkindle 49 – 04.18.2021 – Open Our Eyes appeared first …
 
In this reflection for Divine Mercy Sunday, Colin MacIver of Ascension Press encourages us to look at the wounds of the resurrected Christ and remember that the mercy of Christ radiates from those wounds to the entire Church. SHOW LINKS Readings for the Second Sunday of Easter, 2021 The post Enkindle 48 – 04.11.2021 – Divine Mercy appeared first on…
 
In this final reflection in our family Lenten Series for 2021, Kristen Fisher reminds us that Jesus CHOSE to suffer and die for each of us, so what we might join him in eternity and have him dwell in our hearts today. SHOW LINKS: Enkindle Lenten Series – Week 1 – Introduction Enkindle Lenten Series – Week 2 – He Loved Us First Enkindle Lenten Serie…
 
In this family scripture reflection for Easter Sunday 2021, Kristen Fisher reminds us that Jesus is victorious over death and shares that victory with us, giving us the hope we need to live our lives in joy and in confidence of His power in our lives. SHOW LINKS Readings for Easter Sunday, 2021 The post Enkindle 47 – 04.04.21 – Easter People appear…
 
Part 6 of our family Lenten Series for 2021, Kristen Fisher shows that sin takes lots of room in our hearts, and when it sits there it can spread like a disease and even make the other good parts of heart dirty. Jesus calls us to let go of those sins and seek renewal in his forgiveness. SHOW LINKS: Enkindle Lenten Series – Week 1 – Introduction Enk…
 
In this family scripture reflection for Palm Sunday, 2021, Fr. Erik Arnold encourages us to love like Jesus did: on purpose, even when we don’t feel like it, and even without any support. SHOW LINKS Readings for Palm Sunday of the Lord’s Passion, 2021 The post Enkindle 46 – 03.28.21 – Love on Purpose appeared first on numinous.fm.…
 
In part 5 of our special Lenten Series for 2021, Kristen Fisher shows that because God is so good to us, we are called to be a part of the way he is good to others, both in love and in the way that we generously share our time, treasure, and talents with those in need. SHOW LINKS: Enkindle Lenten Series – Week 1 – Introduction Enkindle Lenten Serie…
 
In this family scripture reflection for the Fourth Sunday of Lent, 2021, Sister Tracey Dugas of the Daughters of St. Paul shows us that every time we groan, we have an opportunity to grow in holiness. Looking for the presence of Jesus during the hard moments allows us to recognize that Jesus is with us, helping us to grow closer towards him and to …
 
In part 4 of our special Lenten Series for 2021, Kristen Fisher shows how fasting from things, food, or activities reveals a hunger within us for the one who truly satisfies, and then we can remember that He is ready to come and feed us and fill that emptiness us with His love. SHOW LINKS: Enkindle Lenten Series 2021 – Introduction Enkindle Lenten …
 
In the family scripture reflection for the Fourth Sunday of Lent, student Carolyn Cooney inspires us to remember that God calls us to perfect unity with him in Heaven, and that he sent his son Jesus to receive the justice for our sin so that we may have eternal life. Now is the perfect time to accept this love and choose to follow Him. SHOW LINKS: …
 
In part 3 of our special Lenten Series for 2021, Kristen Fisher reflects on the way that our loving God knocks on the doors of our hearts, calling us to talk to him in prayer every day, that prayer is more than the words we’ve memorized, and how spending time with him honors him. SHOW LINKS Enkindle Lenten Series 2021 – Introduction Enkindle Lenten…
 
In this family scripture reflection for the 3rd Sunday of Lent, Kristen Fisher show us that avoiding sin is not just about following the rules. It’s about trusting the One who gave us the rules. It’s about staying close to the One Who loves us most. It’s about trusting Him more than we trust ourselves and our own temptations. SHOW LINKS: Readings f…
 
In part 2 of our special Lenten Series for 2021, Kristen Fisher reminds us that God pursues us with love, and that all of the sacrifices we make during Lent are meant to help us receive a gift that he’s already giving us. Enkindle Lenten Series 2021 – Introduction The post Enkindle Lenten Series – 2 – He Loved Us First appeared first on numinous.fm…
 
In this reflection for the Second Sunday of Lent 2021, Fr. Erik Arnold reminds us that we are the treasure and prize of God’s heart, and that he pours out his love for us at baptism, and every day, to make us his adopted sons and daughters. SHOW LINKS: Readings for the 2nd Sunday of Lent, 2021 The post Enkindle 42 – 02.28.21 – A Father’s Love appea…
 
Dan DeMatte from Damascus Catholic Mission Campus shares with us an exciting vision of how our decision to believe in the Gospel allows God to move in our lives in a powerful way. Jesus wants to change our lives this season of Lent, and the readings for the first Sunday of Lent challenge us to repent and believe in the Gospel. SHOW LINKS: Readings …
 
This special edition of Enkindle: Family Scripture Reflections kicks off our 7-part series for Lent. In this introductory reflection, Kristen Fisher show us that because Jesus matters most, we need to make room in our “interior dwelling” for him to come and fill us with his Love, so that we may also reflect that love those around us. The post Enkin…
 
In this episode for the 6th Sunday of Ordinary Time, 2021, Kristen Fisher shows us that Jesus is powerful enough to help us in times of trouble. And He is also loving enough to want to help us. He’s actually the only Person who is both, powerful and loving, all of the time, in every situation. SHOW LINKS: Readings for the 6th Sunday in Ordinary Tim…
 
Colin and Aimee MacIver show us that everyone suffers and looks for answers to the problems and trials we face during life, and that ultimately we can only find true answers, and true healing, in the person of Jesus Christ. SHOW LINKS Readings for the 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time Quick Catholic Lessons with Fr. Mike The post Enkindle 39 – 02.07.21 –…
 
In this reflection for the Fourth Sunday in Ordinary Time 2021, Deacon Steve Sarnecki shows that the words of Jesus, who himself is the Living Word of God, is powerful, effective, and that when he speaks to us with authority, we should stop grumbling, soften our hearts, and allow his Word to transform us. SHOW LINKS: Readings for the Fourth Sunday …
 
Colin and Aimee MacIver show how the readings for the 3rd Sunday in Ordinary Time are inviting us to “drop everything” to answer the call of Jesus to follow him. The only other thing that get us to drop everything on the spot besides something terrible would be something wonderful, and there is nothing more wonderful than Jesus. SHOW LINKS: Reading…
 
In this reflection for the 2nd Sunday in Ordinary Time 2021, Father Erik Arnold shows that God wants to speak to us all the time, at every moment, and that we need to learn to hear to his voice, just as Samuel had to learn when the Lord was calling him. This reflection offers inspirational and practical ways to help your family learn to hear the vo…
 
In this reflection for the Baptism of the Lord, 2021, Kristen Fisher reminds us that because of our baptism, we are changed. Everything Jesus touches, he changes. But it’s at baptism when we go from being God’s beautiful creation, to being God’s beautiful child. And just like Jesus changed the dark and dirty cave to a glowing sanctuary, so too can …
 
In this reflection for the readings for the Solemnity of Mary, Mother of God, Holly Novotny of the Marian Servants of the Redeemer shows us why we call Mary the Mother of God, and our own Mother, and what that means for us as children of God who have been adopted into this family of Love. SHOW LINKS AND NOTES: Readings for the Solemnity of Mary, Mo…
 
In this reflection for the Epiphany of the Lord Kristen Fisher shows the incredible lengths that God goes to reveal himself to us and to show us that he loves us. Whether it be in his Word or by giving us a bright star, or conjunction of planets, God draws us to Him so that we can experience his love and be drawn into relationship with him. SHOW LI…
 
This reflection for the Feast of the The Holy Family of Jesus, Mary and Joseph features Sister Josephine Garrett of the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth. Sr. Josephine shows how living out the ordinary family life is a participation in the promise that God is Emmanuel, always with us, because God is present in every expression of family love.…
 
In this reflection for the readings for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day 2020, Kristen Fisher reminds us that the waiting we’ve endured for Christmas was well worth it, and that Jesus is Emmanuel and that he is always with us! SHOW LINKS: Since the readings for Christmas 2020 will depend on which Mass you attend, here is a page linking a few differe…
 
Kristen Fisher shows how hanging stockings is about much more than getting treats and little toys. It’s a sign of our hope in the Lord, a reminder that we are, and want to be, confident in his goodness and love for us. When we open our hearts to Him, we KNOW he will fill it with good things. SHOW LINKS Advent Series Advent Series – Week 1 – Food Ad…
 
Fr. Erik Arnold reminds us that the God of the universe wants to live and dwell within our hearts, within our very souls. We can use this time of Advent to prepare our hearts to receive Him. Show notes and links: Readings for the fourth Sunday in Advent “Christ could be born a thousand times in Bethlehem – but all in vain until He is born in me.” (…
 
Continuing our special Advent series, Kristen Fisher shares how humans crave light and warmth, and that using Christmas lights in our Advent preparations reminds us that Jesus is the Light of the World, and that each light we put up can be a prayer to invite Jesus into our hearts to transform our hearts and light up the darkness in our lives. Adven…
 
New Enkindle contributor high schooler Carolyn Cooney shows us that the call to pray without ceasing isn’t necessarily hard and is definitely not boring! This reflection for the 3rd week of Advent reminds us that praying isn’t just about the words we say, but about our minds being turned towards heaven. The post Enkindle 30 – 12.13.2020 – Pray with…
 
Kristen Fisher encourages us to use the symbol of the Christmas trees in our homes, real or not, as a reminder that Jesus, the Living God who came to dwell among us, loves being with us. SHOW LINKS: Advent Series – Intro Advent Series – Week 1 – Food The post Enkindle Advent Series – 2 – Trees appeared first on numinous.fm.…
 
In this reflection for the Second Sunday of Advent, Kristen Fisher reminds us that we need to be willing to take the journey to Jesus, because only He can turn us away from darkness and sin to joy and light. SHOW LINKS: Readings for the 2nd Sunday of Advent, 2020 The post Enkindle 29 – 12.06.2020 – Worth Every Step appeared first on numinous.fm.…
 
Kristen Fisher shows how the special foods we prepare during Advent and Christmas are enjoyable but also point to a greater reality that God uses food to nourish us and points to a Heavenly banquet. The post Enkindle Advent Series – 1 – Food appeared first on numinous.fm.저자 Ablaze Family Ministries
 
Kristen Fisher kicks off our special Advent podcast series with an introduction for parents. We want to help transform the trappings of the holidays into actual opportunities to wonder at the beauty, and allow that wonder to lead us to the source of all beauty, Jesus Christ Himself. Enkindle Advent Series: Week 1: Food The post Enkindle Advent Seri…
 
In this reflection for the first Sunday of Advent, Fr. Erik Arnold reminds us that God speaks to us in expected ways. We’re all so used to the Christmas story that we forget that Jesus came in a way that was completely different than people expected it would happen. The Christmas story reminds us that Jesus comes to us in unexpected ways and that w…
 
We come to the end of our Lectionary Year. Every symphony has its crescendo and finale and the Sunday of Christ the King is that for the lectionary year. All our readings look toward the end of things brought to completion by the King of Kings. David’s final words. Daniel’s final vision. Revelation’s NT version of that, much of it a recycling of OT…
 
We are approaching the end of the lectionary year B, and as noted, we have this Sunday a reading from the apocalyptic portion of Mark, which in its entirety runs for some 37 verses. Our selection is but the brief, opening portion of that. Also as noted, the focus on the end times, at the end of the lectionary year, which has its correlates in Matth…
 
In our lessons for this Sunday, the conclusion from the book of Ruth wraps up Track One’s brief summary of that marvelous brief work, and joins to it an equally uplifting psalm 127. In Track Two the reading from 1 Kings 17, Elijah and the widow from Zarephath, has been chosen to come alongside Jesus’ bold commendation of the widow, who “out of pove…
 
I want to stop and take stock of where we are in the lectionary year. November provides the final four segments of Year B, years that typically end with the dramatic Second Coming readings from each of the three synoptic Gospels, this year represented by Mark 13. The lectionary obviously has us heading toward Jerusalem and Jesus teaching along the …
 
We have reached a major turning point in Mark’s Gospel. Indeed the major turning point. Jesus is about to enter Jerusalem to face the fate he has been promising will be his, and whose details have been given most recently down to specifics. The disciples persist in various forms of blindness and half-blindness, but doggedly he instructs them and th…
 
Six Sundays ago, our reading was the first passion prediction, and this Sunday’s reading follows the third and final one of the set. We also noted that this particular section of Mark is framed by two healing stories involving blindness, in 8:22-26 and following our reading for this Sunday, in 10:46-52, the healing of blind Bartimaeus. Prior to thi…
 
We continue our Track One readings from the Book of Job; the Epistle reading from Hebrews; Track Two’s Amos and Mark pairing, and accompanying psalms. Job endures three rounds of dialogues with his friends, who after sitting seven days in silence at his dilemma, open their mouths. And open them they do. I take the view that the rounds are not stati…
 
There is a good deal of symphonic overlay in our lessons for this Sunday. This is due to the recycling of texts across our readings, as the Bible speaks from depth to depth, as it so often does! That is its genius. A book unlike any other book. Jesus cites verses that appear in Genesis 1 (God made them male and female) and Genesis 2 (For this reaso…
 
After hearing last week of the woman of valor, from the last chapter of Proverbs, I spoke of the clear evocation of Ruth, who is called by the same term by Boaz in the book which follows Proverbs in Hebrew lists. Valiant she is. And Track One will turn to her in weeks to come. For this Sunday we have another of the strong women of valor from the OT…
 
We skip over the Transfiguration (it is read on the last Sunday before the Lenten season starts) and the healing of the epileptic to arrive at the second passion prediction. In all three of these scenes we have misunderstandings by the disciples, to various degrees, from rebuke to arguments concerning rank, each followed by Jesus’ correction. Episo…
 
We now come to a major transitional section in the middle of the Gospel of Mark. The threefold passion prediction of Jesus, today, next week in chapter nine, and again in chapter ten, provides the steady rhythm line. Jesus activity in Galilee—his rapid fire activity in chapter one, his healings and teachings, on two sides of the Sea of Galilee and …
 
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