Does sharing your faith scare you? There is something about doing it that is a bit nerve-racking Maybe it is the fear of rejection, being made fun of, or perhaps something else. The fact of the matter is that somebody needs to hear your story. Author and speaker Nancy HC Ward recently wrote a book... Continue Reading →
The stories are relatable, funny, and pack a punch. Though it is an autobiography of sorts, it reads like a devotional and there is something in every chapter that will challenge you to live a deeper faith.
Right off the bat I have a confession to make. I am running way behind when it comes to book reviews, but I promise to get caught up in the next couple weeks. I am getting back in the saddle with reviews with Brandon Vogt's newest book titled Why I Am Catholic (And You Should... Continue Reading →
One of the things I had trouble with during my journey to the Catholic Church was what went on at Mass. I can't begin to tell you how frustrated I would get as everyone sat and kneeled while I was left wondering what was going on. As I started to understand the theology behind the... Continue Reading →
There are many things that may come to an individual’s mind when it comes to sacred scripture. Some may ask why there are so many translations. Some may wonder if the Bible as we know it fell from the sky at Pentecost. However many have questions on how we have the books we have. For... Continue Reading →
There are so many books out there about the faith. Some are excellent, and others...well, not so much. In this video I detail six book (There are many others) that every catholic should check out. Two of them are mandatory. Enjoy! https://youtu.be/EviXT_zpUnc
The book of Proverbs has always been a favorite of mine. I have read through the book several times as it provides great advice for daily living. In her new book 31 Proverbs to Light Your Path Author Liz Curtis Higgs breaks down thirty-one verses is the influential Old Testament book. The author takes one verse and... Continue Reading →
Earlier in the year I had the opportunity to review the new Christian Standard Bible when it was first released. For those that don't know, the CSB is an updated translation of the Holman Christian Standard Bible, or HCSB. Though it isn't my preferred translation, it is a good formal equivalent of the Hebrew and... Continue Reading →