In today's Refill: Hear about St. Angela Merici, a SCOTUS ruling in favor of religious freedom and the future of the Hyde
Hobbies aren't as straight forward as they seem. They can derail one man's marriage and assist another man's in thriving. So how do we know what hobbies are good for us and which are detrimental to our holiness? Nathaniel Binversie answer's this question in the fervorino. Step into this episode to learn about the pros and cons of hobbies and holy leisure for men.
It’s hard to make plans for the future. It’s even harder to stick to those plans. In this episode of the Exodus 90 Show Nathaniel, James, and Mark discuss future hopes for Exodus Inc. And in the Fervorino, Nathaniel get’s real practical on how we as men ought to prepare for our future. Should we make plans or follow God? Listen in to find out.
Alleviate Spiritual Constipation Too many good men intake great content, but remain idle. We consume what is good, but don’t allow it
Money, Money, Money. In this episode we talk about Money. We discuss the details of tithing and how it differs from charitable giving. We cover how we must relate to God in regards to Money. Then we get direct about what our next steps as just men must be.
We keep fixing our eyes on worldly things as if they are going to help us walk on water. In times of stress or fear, when the waves are crashing down, we rely on our own strength to survive, instead of on something or someone greater. Stop fixing your eyes on these things. Start fixing your eyes on this.
In this episode of the Exodus 90 show we are talking about Christ’s command for all men to live fraternity.
In today’s show we celebrate Easter, welcome musician and actor Jack Delac—an Exodus Man who has completed Exodus 90 four times—to our fraternity meeting; . And we learn the three necessary ingredients (other than food) that are necessary for a tasty celebration.
You make a plan for Lent, what about the rest of the year? If you want to keep getting better as a man, you need to assure you are taking these three steps, in Easter, Ordinary Time, and the entire year.