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Prayer

Slammed Doors

In my prayer this past week, God has slowly been revealing things to me.  On the outside it seems like God is closing slamming doors in my face, but on the inside I know what the Master Planner is doing…. Continue Reading →

The Greatest Adventure

We are humans. We are people of adventure. Just about all of us can look back to our childhood, when our imagination was endless. We were able to turn monkey bars into vine ropes that swing over lava. The pit… Continue Reading →

At the Name of Jesus

As any of my friends can attest, I often have really insane and vivid dreams. And I have a real knack for remembering them too. The other night, I had one I’d like to share with you.

In the Spirit of Advent

Every year during Advent, the Johnson clan leads a church-wide food drive.  We ask our church community to draw a family from our sister parish in downtown Houston and pray for them, give them boxes of food, and maybe get… Continue Reading →

The Hardest Thing You’ll Ever Do

Retreat. Too much anymore this word is a sign of defeat. It means that you can no longer fight or that you are too weak to go on. The honest truth is that, as humans, we are weak. Retreating is strength. It is recognition that you are not your own savior, but that Christ is.

Warfare Made Easy

God wants us to be happy and at peace.  The devil does not. I hate the devil, and won’t even give him the dignity of capitalizing his name.  Every person who walks the planet deals with temptations, lies and afflictions… Continue Reading →

The Eucharistic Heart of Jesus

Can you imagine Jesus in all of His glory, coming down to us during mass? Shining with light and trumpets blaring in this massive and impressive moment. What would we do? Probably run. Or hide under the pews. This is… Continue Reading →

When Love is Real

My prayer this past month has been centered on love.  So this blog post is all about love. I do not plan to hit on the super romantic, mushy stuff that we think love is though; I want to talk… Continue Reading →

O Brother, Where Art Thou?

Throughout my time in ministry, I have noticed one thing that stands true at every level and across all cultures:  Men are absent in our Church.

Man on a Mission

For those of you out there that know me, this will be my last blog as a ministry leader at Ablaze Ministries. God has been revealing to me some new areas where He wants me to serve for the building… Continue Reading →

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