There is a constant spiritual battle going on and too often we ignore it because we have so many other things going on. Then when the battle comes to our doorstep, we aren’t ready. In this session, we look to St. Paul’s plan for preparing for these battles so that we’re ready to defend ourselves and our families against the evil one.
Taylor Schroll, President, Forte Catholic
Texas-based. Founder of Forte Catholic. Media Producer. Worship Leader. Husband and Father.
JULY 2020 – Immortal Combat Men’s Conference
SHORT TALKS ⋅ DYNAMIC SPEAKERS ⋅ PRACTICAL ADVICE
Unless we have eyes to see the invisible battle that rages around us, the sacrifice of Christ on the cross will remain no more than an empty symbol. Catholic men today have a unique call to engage in this immortal combat with confidence, joy and the power of the Holy Spirit.
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Comments from Attendees:
Thanks, I liked the comments regarding Satan attacking our weaknesses and we need to call on Jesus to help us in those areas.
Enjoyed this talk, especially the importance of putting on the Armor of God from Ephesians 6:10. The importance of using our Faith as a daily Shield to protect the areas we are weakest in is a reminder many men (including myself!) need to remember.
Hi Tylor, thank you very much for sharing your comments on Ephesians 6:10. And I am especially thankful for the last tool (prayer) you mentioned.
Thank you Taylor. I wrote down that prayer in battling our weaknesses, and will come back to it often.
Good talk. There is power in the name of Jesus!
Excellent. I love the story of the armor, but this talked made it more real.
Great bullet points for our battle plan.. Thank you Taylor..and thanks for explaining we need to be consistent with Church Teaching!
Thank you Taylor. Wonderful talk. It was a revelation for me to think of the shield of faith as you described it. We cannot fight our battles without faith. Truly inspired. Don’t sell yourself short. Your passion for the Lord and desire to share Him comes through so strongly. What you might lack in theological training is more tan made up for by your insights and zeal. God bless and continue to inspire you.