The moment when we first confront our mortality is a scary moment for most. Realizing that our lives have an expiration date can lead to fear, anxiety or even helplessness. The truth is, however, that looking our mortality in the eye is a powerful opportunity to make a real difference in the world. It gives Warrior Saints a chance to make their headstones mean something. It’s time to get some!
Conflict is lurking around every single corner. Coming to odds with another person because of something you think, want or do is the essence of conflict. If we allow conflict to master us, it will ultimately lead to internal stress and damage to our relationships. How do Warrior Saints to become peacemakers and overcome the conflict? Watch this episode to find out. Time to get some!
The American Revolutionaries were outmanned and outgunned against their British counterparts. If they engaged in conventional warfare, the United States of America might look very different than it does today. Instead of doing battle in obligatory manners, the American militia used new and strange tactics to win the battles of Lexington and Concord. By so doing, they played to their strengths and were able to secure their Independence. Can Warrior Saints do the same thing in our lives? You bet. It’s time to get some!
In the Ten Commandments we’re told not to commit adultery. Though that seems like a commandment that is self-evident, adultery is no longer taboo in our culture. In fact, adultery has even moved from being a social norm to being a social requirement. This distortion of God’s commandment is devastating and we saw that play out in the 2022 Oscars. In this episode we explore the devastation of adultery, how to avoid it and how to embrace God’s forgiveness if we’ve fallen victim. It’s time to get some!
When tragedy strikes it’s easy to ask “Why?”. Why did this happen to me? Did I deserve this? Or worse, Why would God do this to me? A better question is: What am I gonna do about it? Tragedy comes into every person’s life, none of them are easy, but do we let them own us or do we stand up and get some? We think you know the answer. It’s time to get some!
Our lives are filled with noise. Everywhere we turn we hear chimes, notifications, messaging and distractions. The barrage of noise is adversely affecting the way human beings think. As Warrior Saints, we’ve got to take control of environments and seek quiet time. Time for prayer, thinking and decompression. In this episode of the Way of the Warrior Saint, we learn some quiet and practical tools to overcome the noise and Chase the Quiet. Time to get some!
Keeping secrets is largely considered an admirable quality. If someone shares a secret, there’s a duty not to share it elsewhere. But is that really true? What if Warrior Saints actually told others’ secrets? And more importantly, is there a difference between confidentiality and secrets? In this episode we learn how to avoid triangulation and share the right secrets. Time to get some!
Haim Vitz is a successful husband, father, businessman and philanthropist. He speaks multiple languages and is even an adept musician. So why do you not even know who Vitz is? Perhaps it’s because you know him by his on stage persona, Gene Simmons. Vitz defined who he would be to the world and has become one of the most successful musicians of all time. In similar fashion, Warrior Saints have the opportunity to define ourselves, rather than allow social convention or other people to tell us who we are. Taking a cue from the Prophet David, we learn that we don’t find ourselves…we define ourselves. Time to get some!
Keeping our New Year’s resolutions is a difficult task! In fact, data shows that most resolutions are abandoned before February. Why are resolutions so hard to keep? How do Warrior Saints honor their words and commitments and accomplish their goals? It begins with a plan, small steps and a measurement. Watch the vid now to find out how to get some!
A new mantra in the Crisis of Masculinity is You Do You. The secular narrative is pushing a self-focused agenda where men are called only to satisfy their base human desires. But is this correct? Is that how Warrior Saints live? Or, as Warrior Saints should men be lovers who sacrifice themselves for their bride? Isn’t that what being Crucifixional is all about? You know it is! It’s time to get some!