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Manual for Spiritual Warfare – Paul Thigpen

Tue, 24 Feb 2015 21:32:56 +0000

Manual for Spiritual Warfare Paul Thigpen Tan Books ISBN 9781618906533 ASIN B00SZDHHJ6 Like it or not, you are at war. This book is excellent. To be honest I had no idea where to begin with writing a review. So I went back to the book and copied my highlighted texts from the introduction and first […]



How Can You Be A Better Husband, Father, and Catholic in 2015? Make Satan Mad!

Sat, 03 Jan 2015 17:11:33 +0000

It’s a new year, gentlemen. So what does that mean for us? Maybe you are on this site because you feel that itch. Something telling you that you can be better. Something deep inside of you wanting to be better. I found this website about a year ago in the same position. I didn’t like […]



Book Review: Freeing Tanner Rose – T.M. Gaouette – Faith and Kung Fu Book 1

Mon, 29 Dec 2014 08:08:39 +0000

Freeing Tanner Rose Faith and Kung Fu Book 1 T.M. Gaouette Createspace ISBN 9781494305062   This is the second novel I have read by T.M. Gaouette and I have enjoyed both immensely. However the pace and intensity in this story was gripping. I barely put the book down and read it in two extended settings. […]



Are you judging?

Thu, 06 Nov 2014 16:48:27 +0000

(image) many tell others not to judge. Often what they mean is "leave me alone" or, "leave him/her alone." Sometimes people use it as a reason to not speak, after all, "who am I to judge." For too many it is an excuse. What they really mean is that "I am so glad I don't have to say anything." It is also used in political and social contexts to intimidate people. Is that what Christ meant when he said not to judge?



Starving the Evil Twin

Tue, 07 Oct 2014 15:11:11 +0000

I subscribe to a lot of different email lists that I find can be a positive influence in my life. Most of them are faith-based and some are health-based. One of the lists I subscribe to is by a health and fitness guy who is also a Christian, Shaun Hadsall. I read one this morning […]



Freeloader

Wed, 17 Sep 2014 13:18:47 +0000

“So one of my colleagues is a single woman,” I said over lunch to my friend, “in her sixties I think.  She was telling us that she didn’t contribute to the population problem and shouldn’t have to support those that did.  By taxes, I’d suppose, or maybe by accommodations businesses make for families.” “Shortsighted,” he […]



God Delivers in Times of Need

Mon, 11 Aug 2014 14:55:33 +0000

I wrote last week about my spiritual “rut” I was finding myself in. I committed to re-commit but was still feeling that emptiness inside of me. I went to confession on Saturday and the attending priest brought up a great point. In those times of emptiness and unfulfilled feelings, you have to realize that you […]



Roller Coaster Spirituality

Thu, 07 Aug 2014 13:48:58 +0000

Do you ever feel like your faith life is a roller coaster? I have experienced spiritual highs and lows. So what brought me back? Today's reading. Jeremiah 31: "I will make a new covenant..." Psalm 51: "Create a clean heart in me, O God" Matthew 16: "Who do you say that I am?"



Holiday Weekend (Spiritual) Recovery

Tue, 08 Jul 2014 13:47:39 +0000

We’re coming back from a long holiday weekend. That usually means a sluggish start to the work week. Too much food, drink, fun, etc. Long interruptions in my daily routine can often lead to a series of slip-ups that very easily turn into a landslide. I doubt I am alone on this one. So how do we stop it?



Saints Peter and Paul Scripture Reflection

Fri, 27 Jun 2014 14:05:36 +0000

(image) "Lord God, help us to trust in you more every day and pass that trust to our families. Let us learn from the examples of your blessed disciples Peter and Paul and be the same servants to you as they were. Amen.