In this segment, Catholic Evangelist, Jesse Manibusan, talks about the beauty of faith and what it can do in our life. May his words help you surrender to a deeper level of relationship with Jesus.
In this segment, “Let Me Be…” Ministries, Executive Director & Business Consultant, Greg Wasinski, helps us better understand the need to lead like a servant. We all have a responsibility to be the best example we can be for those entrusted to our care.
In this segment, Toastmasters Champion, Larry Szczepanski, shares the moment he finally heard God welcoming him back into relationship. No matter where you have been or where you are, there is hope.
In this segment, Catholic Musician & Evangelist, Jesse Manibusan, shares his song “All are Welcome.” It is not our job to judge. We must all be more inviting and accepting others into our faith based communities. Enjoy this acoustical version of his hit song and know, you are welcome too.
In this segment, Megan Bolin, of Young Catholic Professionals, shares her own story about the power of allowing God into a bad situation to be able to forgive someone who has hurt her deeply.
In this segment, Catholic Evangelist, Jesse Manibusan, tells us why he wears the smiley face shirt as the image for his ministry as he battles depression. What others recognize in us can be the love we need to get the help we long to have.
In this segment, Toastmasters Champion, Larry Szczepanski, talks about the amazing gift of the unanswered prayer. Hear his story and how God protected him from heartbreak and possibly losing his life.
In this segment, Carrie Ford reminisces about dreams as a little girl. In the end, being a daughter of God has allowed her to realize she is accomplishing everything she imagined as a child.
In this segment, Recording Artist, Carrie Ford, reminds all moms of the mission work found in our homes. Wherever you are at any time in your vocation allows you to do the work of God.
In this segment, Radio & Television Personality, Joe Cronauer, invites us to pay attention to our aging parents. The fourth commandment is the perfect guide as we grow as children no matter what age we are.
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