This youth group video shows how a draw away from safety is overcome with safety at “Safety, Baby!” “Safety, Baby!” is retro slang expressing mutual affection toward safety. It refers to a public location for a sampling of youth witness videos usually reserved for a private setting only for the youth group. Ordinary youth present their story of providing, thru the presenter’s chosen work, extreme value for the common good. By grace, God is at work, where their life meets their faith. Videos of their presentations proclaim a culture of the goodness of God. “Safety, Baby!” shows why parents, youth, and mentors prefer safety in a vibrant faith community, over unsafe ways. But in the end, it is the youth’s choice of a culture of the goodness of God that makes the difference. Parent-Youth-Mentor results not only in a village triangle of faith, but also in “Safety, Baby!” Good villages build a better world.
John Koch tells us about Divine Mercy Outreach. Open to all denominations, this devotion offers incredible graces to all who staff and visit the Divine Mercy Image, an image of Christ with blue and rose streams of light, as given by Christ in a vision to St. Faustina.
Rosemary Kane is a successful marriage and family therapist as well as an addiction counselor. Rosemary tells her faith story of how she came to be involved in her profession, and how she has given herself up to the Lord in her practice. She describes how she finds the Spirit inside each individual she works with and will give specific tips on how to provide help for those we know who may have suffering in their lives.
Dr. John DiMare is a physician and a medical director, as well as a co-Leader of the ushers and a lead Eucharistic Minister at St. Edward. John describes his real life story on how he came closer to his faith, and how he now evidences and professes his faith in his medical practice. He also describes his experience in spirituality and its consequences in healing. He talks about his philosophy of 1) never be reluctant to share your faith story with your work colleagues and friends, and 2) pick a Gospel verse as your vision in life.
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