Today, Michael Davis and Co-host Allyssa Davis discuss Native Peoples
Friday, June 16, 2017
Friday, June 2, 2017
Hot Topic Discussion: Homelessness and Politics. Michael has been faced with opposition from the city and state for helping the homeless in the community.
Michael Davis and Co-Host Charles Catterall discuss creating a political climate that is conducive to peace freedom and economics.
Episode Date: June 1, 2017
On Today's episode, Michael Davis is joined by his daughter Alyssa Davis. Alyssa will be a special co-host for the month of June for a six part series on Native Americans. Alyssa has dedicated her life to serving Native Americans.
Episode 1 is about understanding what happened to the Native Americans in the past and present. Michael and Alyssa address the magnitude of what happened to the population of Native Americans in the 1600's and 1700's at the hands of the Europeans.
Links associated with this episode:
Knowing Me Ministries - http://www.knowingmeministries.org
Wiconi International - http://www.wiconi.com/
PowWows - http://www.powwows.com/
Friday, May 5, 2017
Michael Davis and Charles Catterall discuss a free market and fair balance for everyone to have a chance.
Topic: Economics in a Just Society
Discussions in this episode
- How is it addressed biblically?
- Sake of the common good
- Does morality and economic co-exist?
- Shared resources
- States and free market
Links Associated with the episode:
Knowing Me Ministries Website - http://www.knowingmeministries.org
Podcast Producer Mary Anne Funk: Website - http://www.maryannefunk.com
Host: Michael Davis
Co-host: Charless Catterall
Producer:Mary Anne Funk
Monday, April 10, 2017
Today we are joined by Bishop Milton Sarara of God's Wonderful Love Ministry based in Eldoret, Kenya.
Bishop Sarara shares with us what is going on with poverty in Kenya, why it exists and what we can do about it.
Links Associated with this episode:
God's Wonderful Love Ministry
Friday, April 7, 2017
Many of us are stuck in a world that is narrow. We see the world only through our little knowledge of it. As St Augustine said, "the world is a book and those who don't ravel only read one page" In this podcast Michael Davis shares from his heart, a wider vision of the world through the eyes of the people of Kenya.
Monday, April 3, 2017
Michael Davis and Charles Catterall discuss the meaning of work, just wages and the interconnectedness of work and how homelessness is not just a lack of a job. It is much deeper and wider than that. Michael provides advice on how
The homeless don't need to “just get a job”: They need to discover who they are so that they can flourish as a person and do work that is meaningful, work that promotes the greater good and
they need just wages: without just wages, they will still be homeless.
- The family is central to society
- The Family is the first society
- Families produce the citizens of society
Society is the reflection of the family.
Michael and Charles discuss the meaning of family and that the breakdown of the family unit is the cause of the majority of homelessness but that the family unit is the solution for homelessness and prevention of homelessness.
Episode 34: Today's topic is based off of an acronym that Charles came up with: UTSEF
U: Unity of body and soul
T: Transcendence and unrepeatability
We are interconnected and unrepeatability. There will never be another being the same as you.
S: Social Person
We have a right and responsibility to be socially interactive with each other.
E: Equal dignity among persons
Every human being is equally dignified
We have a right to freedom and we have a responsibility on how we live out that freedom so we don't impose on other's freedom. We have a responsibility to ensure other's freedoms.
Summary: Michael Davis and Charles Catterall discuss the meaning by each letter in the acronym the rights and responsibilities that go with the letters in the acronym.