Showing posts from February, 2015

How's the View?

Jesus takes Peter, James and John up the mountain Tabor to console them with a view that would prepare them for battle.  How's your view?

Learn more in this weeks TNE PODCAST 108:

Yield to the Word Made Flesh!

Do I buy the lie of fear?  Do I fear what God might do if I say a full YES to HIM?  Join Justin in the podcast to begin lent and Yield!  


Meet Justin Stroh

Catholic Speaker, Evangelist, Youth/Family Minister, Catechism Ninja, Songwriter and Herbalife Distributor.
Justin Stroh grew up in a Catholic home and experienced the love of Jesus through his parents and the example of St. Francis of Assisi and Pope John Paul II.  Witnessing their deep conviction and love for God placed a deep desire in his heart to follow Christ!  After receiving the Holy Spirit more deeply Justin made a commitment to serve Jesus in whatever he asks. His main vocation is to be a husband to Lynette and father to his eight magnificent children.
For over twenty years Justin has served as a Catholic lay minister to youth and families.  In the early 90s Justin traveled the United States as the Music Director of the Catholic youth outreach group “RADIX”.   He has Lay Youth Minister/DRE and is now the Lead Steward of Communion at Divine Mercy Catholic Church in Faribault, MN.  Graduate of the Harry J. Flynn Catechetical Institute.
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Do you love the Blessed Mother? Do you want to defend her? Try this:

This Saturday is a FIRST SATURDAY!  

1.Set aside five first Saturdays of five consecutive months as an act of love to the Blessed Mother.
2.Make a good confession the week before/after
On Saturday:
3.Receive Holy Communion in the state of grace with great love and faith that Jesus is truly present as an Act of Reparation to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
4.Pray five decades of the Rosary with great love and faith as an Act of Reparation to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
5.Spend 15 minutes in addition to the Rosary in meditation on any of the mysteries of the rosary as an Act of Reparation to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.