Today we have something a bit different for you. As some of you may know last year Mike was in a serious accident where he got hit by a car, was flung 30-40 feet away but miraculously didn't receive any major injuries in the end . There was a lot of uncertainty about what actually happened since Mike's memory was a bit hazy. However, in the past year since it happened we were able to get a better picture of what actually took place and in this episode we want to share that story with you.
On this episode of Vox Hibernia Mike discusses some tough topics with guests Mary and Abigail. They talk about disabilities, worth and how the 8th amendment will affect the unborn's right to life.
Mary Holohan quote :
Proposed change to the Irish constitution:
41 quotes from medical textbooks on conception as the beginning of life:
Infanticide thought experiment:
In this episode Mike sits down with Mary Lynch and they discuss the topic of forgiveness and what it means to receive forgiveness from God and how to extend it to others even when its sometimes hard to do.
In our newest episode of Vox Hibernia Mike talks with pastor Tim Chaddick from Reality Church London and Eileen Healy. They discuss what advertisements can say about our identity, the pressure of naming a child and how ultimately our identity is rooted in Christ and what He says about us.
You can out more about Tim Chaddick and Reality Church London in our links below:
We're back! I know its been awhile since our last episode but boy do we have a treat for you. In this episode Mike talks with Hannah and Tracy about being school teachers, their love for burritos and how they can go about their day to day lives giving glory to God in all that they do.
In this episode of Vox Hibernia Mike learns all about plowing as he chats with Rick Gleasure and Ricky Ponce about faith, fatherhood and farming.
On this episode of Vox Hibernia, Mike chats with two old friends, Phil Walsh and Kevin O' Connor about the importance of the doctrine of Christ Alone. They discuss how it frees us up to love God and others. In addition they explore the way it drives us away from performance based religion and towards resting in the finished work of Christ.
In our 2nd episode of Vox Hibernia we continue in our series through the 5 Solas of the Reformation and Mike sits down with Jody Ponce and Cian Carrol, they talk about the importance of Grace Alone and how it shapes and transforms the way we live our day to day lives.
In celebration of the 500 year anniversary of the Reformation we will be taking a look at the 5 Solas of the Reformation and talking about how these great truths not only changed the face of Christianity 500 years ago but how they are continuing to change lives today. This week Mike sits down with Dawn French and Mark Ryan to talk about the Bible and how it has impacted their lives and the lives of those around them.
Mike crammed into my office today to give you all a brief rundown on what the Vox Hibernia Podcast is all about and what to expect in the near future.