The Pursuit of an Apostolic Life through Service, Piety, Fellowship, Study, and Prayer
Category: Justin Morgan
Justin is a convert to the Catholic faith and entered the church in the spring of 2002. He is married with three children and works in the insurance industry. In 2011 he attended a weekend retreat which launched him on a journey to learn more about his faith. His favorite shows are EWTN and The Catholic Channel on satellite radio. When he has spare time, he also enjoys reading. If you want to know his favorite book, you will have to ask him.
It’s sad to say, but depending on your age, names like; Ted Bundy, David Berkowitz, Jeffrey Dahmer, or John Wayne Gacy are household names. If those don’t ring a bell, how about The Zodiac Killer, The Son of Sam, BTK, or Jack the Ripper. The media has given murderers far too much attention and like moths to a flame, we are drawn to their stories with a misguided sense of curiosity.
One of the most famous of these killers passed away this past Sunday. Charles Manson died on November 19th, 2017 in a hospital in California. Learning over the years what he’s done, why he did it, the control over people and what he’s convinced them to do (for decades), along with the photo’s of him in the press, it’s easy to think this guy is the epitome of evil.
So the topic we cover in this podcast is, on the heels of the death of Charles Manson have you ever considered praying for the conversion of such a soul? Give it a listen and let us know what you think by email or in the comments section below.
Most of you have heard of Noah’s Bandage Project. Some have been blessed to meet Noah and the Wilson family. However, there’s probably very few who’ve heard the whole story of how this 6 year old boy contracted, fought and beat cancer all the while never losing his faith. He is a inspiration and a miracle. We were blessed to have Noah’s father, Scott Wilson, record with us to tell us the single greatest story you might ever here.
“I began writing what they call a mission statement. Not a memo, a mission statement. You know, a suggestion for the future of our company.” Jerry Maguire
In the movie Jerry Maguire, Jerry (Tom Cruise’s character) has an epiphany about what he’s doing with his life, when it comes to his job. But after watching the movie you could say his mission statement was about his life, not only his job.
In this podcast episode, Justin and I discuss mission statements of some of the more notable Christians today along with the idea of “What is your Spiritual Mission Statement?” What does it mean to have one? How do you develop one? We hope you enjoy the episode, God Bless, and thanks for listening.