Peter suggests adding just one extra decade a day to your prayers. Part 2 of his interview on Compassionate Capitalism with Gerard Hasenhuettl.
Peter finally, FINALLY gets around to his full talk about the parable of the dishonest Judge in Luke Chapter 18.
Peter finally gets a few words in about his different take on the dishonest judge parable. The interview is with Rich DeVos, the author of Compassionate Capitalism.
Peter talks about how your confessor and Spiritual Advisor can be a great coach when you need help to resolve what is right. His interview is Dr. Helen Hoffner.
Peter considers the simple faith of a freed slave, and part one of his interview with Dr. Helen Hoffner.
Peter talks about the significance of the two contrasting Marys at the foot of the cross. The interview is the final part of our talk with August Turak.
Peter talks about remembering that death in inevitable and how we should plan for it; the interview is parts 2-3 of his talk with August Turak.
Peter talks about how the toppling of statues is the ultimate express of the sin of pride, of being the Pharisee in the parable of the Pharisee and the tax collector, and the interview is part 3 of my talk with Virginia Pillars about her book, Broken Brain, Fortified Faith
Peter covers 8 (non religious) reasons why the Resurrection should be believed. The guest is the author of Amazing Grace For Mothers.