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
You’ve probably heard people talk about hearing this small voice. I bet you’ve wondered how exactly do we hear that still small voice within each of us? We have to be quiet. Life requires us to step out in faith and see where God leads us. We may not know what is beyond the horizon but it is worth the ride.
This week Long Ride Home cast member Tony Orband and I reflect upon the challenges and triumphs of seasons one and two as we prepared to film the third season of Long Ride Home.
Why spend time with Mary? Why not go right to the Lord? What is Mary’s role in our lives?
Sometimes we need to set down our rosaries and have a heart to heart talk with Our Lady in good times and bad. Father Don Calloway and Bear discuss how to develop a sweeter intimacy with Mary.
Kendra Von Esh left behind the hustle and bustle of the corporate world to pursue a calling to evangelize for the Lord. That may sound simple but it was far from it. Kendra was focused on making money, climbing the ladder, with little time to pursue the faith she was born into.
One day she received a phone call that would change her life forever. Life became less about her and more about Him. Listen in and discover how Kendra’s journey can be your journey too!
Find out more about Kendra at her website KendraVonEsh.com
We need to work together as men to build a community that challenges, equips, and mobilizes each other in the art of chivalry and being a knight of virtue. Jerome Richter returns to talk about the group he created to support young men.
The Knights of Virtue helps young men have a fraternal community to hold each other accountable and to show them what it means to be a man in this secular world. In a world where men are told to be selfish, “get while the getting’s good” and do whatever pleases you and makes you happy we need to instill the virtues in young men more today than ever.
Learn how you can play a part in guiding this generation of young men in becoming godly, virtuous men.
I have great admiration for those with the entrepreneurial spirit who use their skills to evangelize. Robert Tunmire is one of those people and his journey is incredible.
For much of his life Robert was not really interested in faith. He didn’t have anything against the faith….he just didn’t have time for it. But that all changed when after wondering in the desert for 40 years Robert found God.
You are going to have to tune in to hear what happened to Robert over a 72 hour business trip that set him on the path to God eventually landing him in the Catholic faith evangelizing men. From no faith life to being involved with the Central Texas Fellowship of Catholic Men (https://centexcatholic.com/) and the Catholic Men’s Leadership Alliance (https://catholicmenleaders.org/) be inspired by Robert’s story.