In this week’s episode I discuss a very sensitive topic. The topic of suicide. In this short episode I lay out the teaching of the Church about those who die of suicide. Please share. For more info please visit tucsonapologetics.org.
This week I am honored to have author, podcaster, radio show host, and Shalom News anchor Kendra Von Esh on the program. Her journey of faith is inspiring, and we discuss how her journey started, some of her challenges, and what God has led her to now. Her story is inspirational! You can learn more about Kendra on her website at www.kendravonesh.com
On August 15 I had the opportunity to appear on the Hands on Apologetics radio program hosted by Gary Michuta. We discussed my conversion to the Catholic faith and the Tucson Institute of Catholic Apologetics. I hope you enjoy.
Tony Agnesi comes on the program and talks discusses the role of grace in our lives. He discusses how faith has sustained him through hard times and how faith and grace can sustain us. It is a very uplifting conversation that will make your day better. Tony also released a new book recently that is sure to benefit you. Visit tonyagnesi.com and use the code “friends” to get it signed, a 20% discount, and free shipping!
This week Zac Sechler of Adherent Apologetics is on the program. Zac is a is an evangelical who founded his ministry a couple years ago. We discuss what apologetics is and why every Christian should have a basic background in it. To learn more, his website is adherentapologetics.com.
In this week’s show I am honored to be joined my Efran Menny. Efran is a Catholic convert who has been a part of different variations of Protestantism. We discuss his journey, some key things that got him thinking about the Catholic church, and some struggles he experienced. He also has a great blog at www.mennythoughts.wordpress.com and has podcast titled Priestly Passion. Check it out!
Matthew is a husband, father, and pursuer of truth. He is a contributor to Epic Pew, Catholic Exchange, Managing editor at Catholic Stand, and runs a blog at thesimplecatholic.blog. He has earned an Masters in Theology from Franciscan University of Steubenville and recently started pursuing his dream of being a freelance writer. In this episode Matthew discusses the Catholic teaching on the Eucharist and the biblical evidence to support it. We attempted to record this episode a couple times had some technology difficulties. I highly recommend you check out Matthew’s article on the Eucharist at https://thesimplecatholic.blog/2019/07/27/3-reasons-why-critically-reading-john-6-will-convert-protestants/
Keith Little joins me this week to discuss his faith journey and some aha moments that changed his life. We discuss his ministry “Biblical Principles for Growth”, and his upcoming podcast that launches on Aug 21 on Breadbox Media. Check out Keith’s website at www.biblicalpriciplesforgrowth.org to learn more.