King David is in the hot seat this week—week six of our series on salvation history. He's the most important figure in the Old Testament. David's "a man after God's own heart" after all. His life had many triumphs and some big falls. But of these vignettes, do we recall the covenant God made with him? Or that he was the first to live the role of Son of God since Adam—we're talking since creation here? Listen as Richaél Lucero answers these questions and more. Like, what about the blessing that came with being the Son of God and who it's supposed to benefit?
We're on week three of the series on salvation history. This week's Old Testament figure, Noah. And there's more to his story than a cute children's tale. It's a story that puts the rumors of a mean, angry, and eager to smite God to bed. Through Noah, God redeems and renews the covenant Adam broken. [...]
Welcome to week two of the series on salvation history. This week Richaél Lucero covers the first key player in salvation history, Adam. The same Adam who brought original sin into the world. Listen as she focuses on his pre-sin condition—which will give us the blueprint of a true Child of God. As well as whom we're called to be. Richaél also shares some struggles from the past 6 months.
Mary is the Ark of the New Covenant. Jesus is the New Covenant. To appreciate this more deeply, Richaél Lucero explores the Ark of the Old Covenant. More importantly, what was held inside and its significance. She'll also point out the scriptures that identify Mary as the Ark of the New Covenant. As well as, how Christ is the fulfillment of each of the cherished items in the Ark of the Old Covenant.
In this unsettling time of scandal in the Catholic Church, Richaél Lucero reminds all how the symbols of our worship urge us to continue to grow, invite the world into everlasting life, and remind ourselves to hope.