Engaging Men For The New Evangelization with Joshua Danis

Josh Danis

Joshua Danis holds degrees in Theology and Philosophy from Franciscan University and is the Northern Area Coordinator of Family and Respect Life for the Archdiocese of Steubenville.

Each week Josh describes practical steps by which men can deepen their own commitment to Jesus Christ and call others to journey with them. It is based on two years of ecclesiastical and social research. It is deeply committed to the evangelizing mission of the Catholic Church, and well tested.

January 26, 2016 – Ready for Healing

This episode covers a variety of forms of woundedness that might inhibit men from progressing in the spiritual life as they are intended to. Unlike many women who are willing to seek healing because they know it is good for them, men often prefer to “tough it out” until they discover that their woundedness is a particular barrier stopping them from getting where they want to go.

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January 19, 2016 – Equipped for Mission

This episode describes several concepts and skills men ought to strive to master in order to be prepared for their God-given task of evangelizing others. We discuss assessing where others are spiritually based on the language they use. We discuss praying with someone for the first time, and laying the groundwork of pre-evangelizing before the invitation to connect. This episode also emphasizes the primacy of walking with the Holy Spirit throughout the process of evangelizing others.

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January 12, 2016 – Engage: The Radical Shift Into a Lifestyle of Committed Discipleship

This episode explores the importance of Christian disciples gathering in community, to practice accountability, prayer, sacramental life, service, and mutual growth. It demonstrates how important it is to have men on the same page in terms of commitment level, and it discusses the benefit of Christian men setting audacious goals together.

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