In a culture that seeks to place men in a predetermined category, Bear Woznick defies easy classification. A rare combination of serious adventure seeker, husband, father and devout Catholic, Bear’s creed, “the most radical thing you can do in life is to abandon yourself to the wild adventure of God’s will,” dynamites an opening in people’s souls to the possibilities that God has for them.
As a World Champion surfer, certified Ninja Black Belt, creator of the reality TV series Long Ride Home and all around adventurer, Bear’s life message transparently communicates the thrills and spills of a life lived in the quest of abandonment to God. His life inspires people to rise to the unique challenge and purpose that God has for them in every dimension of their lives.
Men and women want a challenge. They want an adventure and they want meaning. Throughout his use of media – writing, blogging, reality TV, radio features on the virtues, his talks and his show The Bear Woznick Adventure – Bear inspires people to a high calling as well as a weightiness of purpose that gives them traction to lead by example those that God has called them to serve.
Find out more about Bear at his website deepadventure.com
This week get a behind the scenes look at Deep Adventure Ministries. Find out everything the Ministry does to help mobilize and engage men and women in the new evangelization and how you can help.
On this episode of the Bear Woznick Adventure, Bear is joined by Tim Glembowski. Bear and Tim discuss get into the grittyness of how to bring a church to life in response to the call of the New Evangelization.
On this episode of the Bear Woznick Adventure, Bear is joined by Tom Gryp CEO of Notre Dame Federal Credit Union. Bear and Tom discuss the nature of true leadership and the model for a business environment consistent with the dignity and call of each person there.
On this episode of the Bear Woznick Adventure, Bear is joined by Rock Lentz. Bear and Rick discuss the importance of a vital relationship with other men and the need to challenge, inspire and equip one another in the virtues.