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
Bear talks rock music with Scottish Catholic composer Andy Gallgher. Andy’s music becomes a big part of Season 3 of Long Ride Home. Listen in as Andy shares his own personal journey to devotion of Christ and the Catholic Church.
Bear’s Fitness expert Dr John Oertle of Solidarity Health Share discusses you are what you eat both physically and spiritually and the importance of Gut Health.
Dr. Scott Hahn discusses the Four Last Things in detail; Death, Judgement, Heaven and Hell. What actually happens at the moment of our death? What is the first judgement? What is the second judgement? Learn this and more on this episode!
Bear’s number one returning guest and expert on the Early Church, Mike Aquilina discusses how the early church responded to the darkness and persecution of it’s time.
Dirt bikes, Harley’s, and the Gritty wisdom of Fulton Sheen. What could be better! Allan Smith joins Bear to talk story about the loud roar of Harleys, and the need for the voice of John the Baptist roaring now in our day.