Katie & Tommy tackle the concept of competition, exploring healthy vs. unhealthy attitudes about competing with others, especially in regards to ministry, working within the life of the Church, and on social media. They propose that healthy competition is rooted in good community, and we’re only able to be the best we can be when we consider the good of others, even those we “compete” with. They also explore the power of the Litany of Trust, written by the Sisters of Life, which is perhaps even more challenging than the (dangerous) Litany of Humility, and as usual, they laugh about things their 1 year old daughter does, weird things Katie's seen on airplanes, and how Tommy is totally not Twitter savvy.
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- Litany of Trust by the Sisters of Life — From the belief that I have to earn Your love Deliver me, Jesus. From the fear that I am unlovable Deliver me, Jesus. From the false security that I have what it takes Deliver me, Jesus.