VOL. I: The Apostles' Creed A seventeen-part discussion of the Apostles’ Creed, looking at Scripture, the Church Fathers and the great Catechisms of 1566 and 1992. Detailed, but easy to read, it amounts to a solid resource for catechists, home-schoolers, and those wishing to learn their Catholic Faith.
VOL. II: Law and Life An analysis of the Seven Sacraments, the Ten Commandments and the Lord’s Prayer looking at Scripture, the Church Fathers and the great Catechisms of 1566 and 1992. Detailed, but easy to read, it amounts to a solid resource for catechists and home-schoolers.
VOL. III: The Family and Human Life A brief discussion of family and human life matters, including marriage, contraception, abortion, euthanasia etc., looking at Scripture, the Church Fathers and the great Catechisms of 1566 and 1992. A useful introductory work.
VOL. IV: Defend the Faith! Lumen Verum’s most popular work, a 400-page defense of the Catholic Faith in 40 topical chapters. Updated and improved, it amounts to a powerful tool to defend the Faith, catechize the baptized and new converts, and introduce it to potential Catholics.
"And the prayer of faith will save the sick person, and the Lord will raise him up. If he has committed any sins, he will be forgiven. Therefore, confess your sins to one another and pray for one another, that you may be healed. The fervent prayer of a righteous person is very powerful." James 5:15-16
"Trust in the LORD with all your heart, on your own intelligence rely not..."
A - be audible. Speak clearly, do not mumble. Speak in a way that elicits interest in your sharing.
B - be brief. A good sharing can be made in 7 minutes or less. Try to target for this. Going beyond this time, in case a particular sharing has much significant content, should be the exception. Since the overall time for sharing is limited, this affords more people the opportunity to share.
C - be Christ-centered. Do not just tell a story, however interesting it may be, but relate everything ultimately to Christ. The sharing is meant to glorify God, not just amuse or entertain people.