Thoughts on the Second Coming

So I was driving to work this morning and a thought came to me while I was listening to #Catholic radio. A priest was being interviewed and he was talking about the #second coming. The thought was one I’d had before… I hope #jesus doesn’t return while I’m alive because I haven’t accomplished what he’s […]

Seeing Myself How God Sees Me – Part I

The way #god communicates with me is truly astounding. If he wants me to think about something, he puts that thought in my head. If he wants me to write about something, the idea just comes to me and I’m on my smartphone, thumbs a blazin’! I’ve been praying for transformation lately and it seems […]

A Brief Reflection on the Charism of Evangelization

Today is my 12th wedding anniversary and I find myself in a reflective mood. As I look back, one word comes to mind – #evangelization. This wonderful charism my wife was given by the #holy spirit is the single biggest reason behind WitnessPath’s existence. Before I met Jenny, I was not a writer, nor was […]

For a Friend…

By: Todd Marsha This morning I learned a friend and Brother in Christ was diagnosed with colon cancer. The prognosis is good but the next year of treatment and healing will be tough. Pray for him, his wife, their three girls, and baby boy due in January. They are perhaps the most Spirit – filled […]

Reaping What We Sow – Part Deux

In my last post, I illustrated the principle of reaping what we sow with examples from career and relationships. This time the focus is on health and spirituality. Lately, I’ve come to the realization that every decision I make about eating and exercising has downstream effects. Some of those effects are felt as soon as […]

The Silver Dollar City Trip Returns

She’s home, safe and sound! Welcome back to KC, Jenny! Jack and I missed you terribly. Maybe, just maybe, things can get back to normal around here. September 6, 2012 was a day to remember. We’ve come full circle from the tragic Thursday when my wife Jennifer fell and broke her leg. She’s not 100% […]