Take 2

with Jerry & Debbie

Throwing Away the Faith

5 Comments

We all face crises when it comes to faith and morality. The Christian life is meant to be a battle to the finish line, to “persevere to the end” as the Bible exhorts us. Sadly, some get weary from the fight, and decide that it’s easier to throw away their faith than it is to continue to struggle to live in a manner their consciences tell them they must. On Monday and Tuesday, Jerry and Debbie have dedicated two shows to this important topic. If you or someone you know has abandoned the faith in favor of a lifestyle that’s in contradiction to the faith, let’s talk about it. Maybe we can use the Holy Spirit’s inspiration and discern how we might help to bring them back home.

5 thoughts on “Throwing Away the Faith

  1. Hello Jerry and Debbie,

    I’m looking forward to tomorrow’s show. I was looking forward to today’s as well but I don’t think you were live. Anyway, I’m looking forward to tomorrow’s show and am proud to be a new member of the take 2 family. I’ll try to keep in touch with youu by emailing take2@ewtn.com whenever I have access to email. Love you both and thank you for what you do.

    Like

    • Thanks so much, David. Welcome to the family! Yes, we had a technical problem today, so we weren’t able to do the show topic we had planned. However, we had set aside Tuesday as a potential “part two,” so God knew what He was doing. God bless!

      Like

      • Looking forward to today’s show. Hope it’ll be good. Debbie, I also listen every Tuesday morning at 8:45 am eastern time when you reflect on the word of the day. I enjoyed today’s reflection and am looking forward to next Tuesday’s reflection on the word of the day. Will you be hosting Onunciation radio’s spring 2020 sharathon? If so, I’ll be listening for that whenever that is. Debbie, you have an affectionate, kind and loving heart and that’s what I like most about you. I’d love to meet you and Marty some day. I live in Raleigh, North Carolina and liisten on my local catholic station which was given a national honor at the 20th anual EWTN radio conference in October 2019. I’m proud to be a new member of the take 2 family and I’ll try to keep iin touch as often as I can. I love you both.

        Like

  2. I’m looking forward to today’s show. Hope it’ll be good. Debbie, you have an affectionate, caring, kind and loving heart. I’d love to meeet you and Marty some day. I’m proud to be a new member of the take 2 family and will try to keep in touch as often as I can. Love you both.

    Like

  3. I am not married and both my sons were baptized. Please tell Debbie as the children have their own walk with God.

    Like

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s