Addiction And The Power Of The Sacraments With Scott Weeman

https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-jgcja-f82721 Scott Weeman joins me for today's program. Scott has a tremendous testimony about how Jesus and the power of the sacraments helped him overcome addiction. He speaks about what 12 step programs are doing and how the sacraments and church teaching can be implemented into it. He founded a great organization called Catholic in... Continue Reading →

Baptism: Live It Out

The Book of Joshua is an interesting book of the Old Testament. It starts in the thick of things. Moses has died, and the children of Israel are about to enter the Promised Land. Before they do, they must cross the Jordan River, but they have no way to cross. It is at this point... Continue Reading →

Lesson On How Not To Respond

This is one of those rare instances on this blog where I stray from my normal posts. Over the last couple years I have posted over 890 times on this page and not one was political in nature. I'm not even sure that this one will qualify as it it definitely falls under a moral... Continue Reading →

Solidarity With The Persecuted

I recently had the opportunity to sit down with Gia Chacon of forthemartyrs.com. We discussed the plight of our brothers and sisters in nations such as North Korea, China, and many other nations. Now more than ever these persecuted Christians need out support. Let us stand in solidarity with them. Solidarity With The Martyrs On... Continue Reading →

Glimmers Of Grace: A Review

One of the things that I enjoy doing is reviewing books for other writers. It is my act of solidarity with them and an appreciation for the extreme effort they put into their work. A few weeks ago I was offered the chance to review a new book. The book is titled Glimmers of Grace:... Continue Reading →

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