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Theology on Tap


Holiness is about growing closer to God in all parts of our lives. This involves our mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual parts. Jesus was the perfect example of holiness (duh), but how does that actually look? I want to talk about how holiness doesn’t make everyone look the same; it doesn’t lead us to becoming boring. Holiness looks like becoming who God made us to be. But to get to this, it isn’t about giant changes or waiting for a large life altering moment. It happens from the littlest moments of our day. If we want to be someone who God can send into the world, we have to make our mundane, menial tasks become acts of love for God and for others. Then God will ask of us to do bigger and better things. “Whoever has more will be given…”


Andy Luksik was born outside Pittsburgh in a devout Catholic family of 8. He works at Epic but prefers being out in the wilderness with no technology. He loves being active and learning. Theology is his favorite subject. He sleeps in a hammock eye bolted to his bedroom wall. He is currently trying to prepare himself for marriage as well as moving across the ocean to England for a couple years.

What is Theology on Tap?

Theology on Tap is a monthly event, generally the fourth Thursday of the month, where 20s&30s are invited to join us for free beer and engaging talks by some of the leading thinkers, speakers, educators, innovators, and activists in the nation as they share their insights on various contemporary issues facing young adults today.

Contact: Marc Laudonio