Tom Edwards

Tom Edwards

Tom Edwards makes his home in St. Augustine, Florida. Tom and his wife Pam have a son and a daughter, who are both married; nine grandchildren; and one great-grandson. In 1974, after working several years in retail, Tom resigned from his management position to answer a call to full-time ministry. This soon evolved into an international mobile outreach of lay Catholic evangelization and mission with an emphasis on preaching and teaching the Holy Scriptures. His conference speaking, retreats, and presentation of parish missions have been widely received throughout the United States, Belize, England, Wales, Canada, Slovakia, Czech Republic, Poland, Kazakhstan, Jamaica, Trinidad, Ghana, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, South Africa, and Asian countries. Tom's goal always is to allow the living Word of God to become applicable to one’s life today. Tom works as a Renewal Ministries’ country coordinator for Slovakia, Czech Republic, and Tanzania.

Program Topics Include:

  • Pivotal Moments with St. Paul—Each of us can learn timeless truths from the life of St. Paul.  We will seek to embrace the secrets of: Character Conversion, Attitude Adjustment, Priority Placements, Mind of Mission, and Victorious Vision

  • The Personal Touch—Nobody in our day has a shortage of "things to do." But in the "busyness of life," it's possible to miss out on what is of eternal value. A vibrant and living faith grows when we truly seek to establish and maintain a "personal touch" (relationship) with Jesus, and then extend that touch to family, neighbors, and all of those He puts in our path.

  • Heart Transplant—We are not talking medical procedure here, but perhaps something far more critical to life. God calls us to a radical transformation—a progression from "who we are now" to "what He created us to be." The spiritual surgery He desires to perform is challenging indeed, but nothing can be more rewarding than being a man or woman after "God's own heart." We will learn about dealing with the "seven deadly pallbearers of character." The Sacrament of Reconciliation will be offered.

  • Forgiveness—God has given us principles for life that open the door to a consistent experience of joy, peace, and the promised fullness of life. There is a great power resident in the "principle of forgiveness." Violation of the principle can have catastrophic effects. Learn about the great liberation—the healing freedom that accompanies the "power of forgiveness." Prayer for healing will follow.

  • Persevering Prayer—How many times do we fail to pray as we ought ("You have not because you ask not?") Or then again, do we often "wither in prayer" when obstacles arise and life becomes difficult? Scripture contains valuable lessons that address these very issues.

  • Pathway to Prominence—The "desire for prominence" is a natural human trait. Jesus teaches us a lesson on God's method of "reaching the top." His "pathway to prominence" turns the world's way upside down and inside out.

  • Who Do You Say That I Am?It’s a question that demands an answer.  Not one person ever created will be exempt from answering it. The right answer must be a personal discovery, but the answer must come from a source not of us. “The answer is a revelation which is definitive; one can only accept it or reject it.” (Pope John Paul II)

  • Yield to Yield—Two questions are before us: To what must I yield (surrender)?  What then must I yield (produce)? Jesus teaches the answers through the analogy of the vine and the branches. Careful pruning by the vine keeper produces the finest of fruit. Branches that remain connected to the vine will draw the fullness of life.

  • Am I Worth My Salt?Jesus teaches profound spiritual realities through the illustrations of very common substances. The believer, the Church, is to be salt-like. As little as the world perceives it, those who maintain a faith that is salt-like are the only thing that is keeping the “mystery of iniquity” from coming to a full head. What are these amazing qualities Jesus expects to find in those who count themselves as His followers?

  • Escaping the Grasp of Greed—Jesus said to beware of greed in all of its forms. We who live in an era of “instant gratification” must be particularly on guard. It has been said that the “spirit of greed” speaks many languages, but the word “enough” is not in its vocabulary. Jesus calls his followers to take deliberate actions to escape the grasp of greed.

  • The Joy of Generosity—The Holy Scriptures declare, “There is more happiness in giving than receiving.” This kind of giving is not limited to money. The Christian is called to “giving” in every aspect of life. The Scriptures point a clear path to experiencing the “joy of generosity.”

  • What’s Your Temperature?The Lord sets before us a spiritual thermometer. In the midst of a world growing progressively cold and indifferent to the great foundational doctrines of the faith, there must be a people who rise up to exemplify and defend them. To fail to do so may be to find oneself in the most deplorable spiritual state—lukewarmness.

  • Figs, Faith, and Folly—Why would Jesus want to curse a poor fig tree? What were the important lessons for His disciples as they observed this act? We can be sure He will draw close to us, looking for the fruit that should characterize the life of every one of His followers. What will He find—that which satisfies or that which disappoints?

  • Stir Into Flame the Gift of God—A living faith is characterized by a zeal that consumes and a fire that cannot be quenched. God has made provision and we must accept it.

  • Personal Conversion and Repentence—Maturing in our faith always means “leaving something behind” and “taking up something new.”  Within each one of us are two natures—the one we feed will grow; the one we starve will diminish.

  • The Captain of Our Salvation—We are called to follow in the way of One who reveals Himself as “Pioneer,” “Pathfinder,” “Leader,” and “Originator”. He has chosen to reveal Himself more and more daily. He is called “faithful and true.” How can we be a people fashioned in His image?

  • Awake From Your Sleep—Spiritual growth demands that we guard against the ever-present danger of growing dull in our faith. We are exhorted at once to “die to self” and “live for God.”

  • Mission of the Redeemer—Being missionary in thought and action is not an option for the believer; it is synonymous with being a Christian, an authentic Catholic. We must be a people always “going forth with the Gospel.”

Endorsements

"Tom is a fine emissary of evangelization because he is an effective and dynamic communicator.  His mission has been very well received, not only in our own Diocese, but also in other areas of the country and internationally as well.  It is a blessing to have him in our midst.  I highly recommend that other parishes and institutions utilize Tom’s gifts and talents."
~Most Reverend Victor Galeone, Bishop of St. Augustine

Tom's ministry is to bring the Words of Scripture to life so that God's revelation may transform the lives of His people—Tom enables participants to experience the power of the Word of God. I am happy to recommend Tom's ministry to you.”
~ Most Reverend Sam G. Jacobs, Bishop of Alexandria, Louisiana

"Words cannot describe the presence and the power of God that was so evident at each morning and evening presentation. We have indeed been blessed by God by your willingness to share the Good News and already see the fruit."
~ Rev. J. F. O'Malley, Braeside, Ontario

 

Contact

Tom Edwards Evangelistic Assoc., Inc.
P.O. Box 2113
St. Augustine, FL, 32085

goyetomedwards@att.net
904-471-8672

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Lloyd and Nancy Greenhaw

Lloyd and Nancy Greenhaw

Lloyd and Nancy Greenhaw responded to Pope John Paul's encyclical Mission of the Redeemer in April of 1991, by leaving successful careers in order to serve the Church in the full-time ministry of Catholic evangelization. Lloyd was a representative for a Fortune 500 Company, and Nancy enjoyed a career as an award-winning watercolor artist and teacher. Together, they have raised two daughters and currently have fourteen grandchildren and eleven great grandchildren.

In the USA, Lloyd and Nancy have ministered through parish missions, conferences and retreats for adults and youth, prison ministry, and work with the homeless. In conjunction with Renewal Ministries, they teach evangelization schools in various regions of the country.

As Renewal Ministries’ country coordinators, they have led numerous outreaches to several African countries, as well as Turkey, Haiti, Samoa, and Papua New Guinea. They work closely with Church authorities to teach catechesis, apologetics, and the New Evangelization.

The Greenhaw family also has a music ministry that plays both traditional music and original compositions in a lively style enjoyed by adults and youth. They have recorded five albums to date.

Programs/Topics Include:

  • Discipleship and Prayer

  • Catholic Apologetics

  • Healing Ministry

  • Evangelism Training

  • Youth Outreach

  • Praise and Worship Music

Endorsements

"The Diocese of Pensacola-Tallahassee was truly excited to have Lloyd and Nancy come and speak to them on the spiritual issues of our times. Your profound talk on Saturday, “I and the Father are One,” was a blessing to all the conference participants. I was especially grateful for your workshop with our high school youth.” 
~ Most Reverend John H. Ricard, S.S.J. Bishop of Pensacola-Tallahassee

"After the retreat on Sunday, we found ourselves giving thanks to God for the success of the day. When we wrote Monsignor Mouch, my supervisor at the Chancery, we told him that Lloyd and Nancy had the volunteers on their feet singing and praising God and that all of us came away with more insight on our ministry and ways to strengthen it.”
~ Rev. Jose Furtado-Director of Prison Ministry, Diocese of St. Petersburg

Contact

L&NGreenhaw@renewalministries.net

 

 

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Peter Herbeck

Peter Herbeck

Peter Herbeck is the vice president and director of missions for Renewal Ministries. He has been actively involved in evangelization and Catholic renewal throughout the US, Canada, Africa, and Eastern Europe for more than thirty years. Peter is a co-host for the weekly EWTN television programs The Choices We Face and Crossing the Goal. He also hosts the daily radio show Fire on the Earth. He is a frequent conference speaker, has authored When the Spirit Comes in Power and When the Spirit Speaks, and has produced CDs and booklets about discipleship and life in the Spirit. Peter and his wife Debbie have four children and live in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Programs/Topics Include:

  • Making Disciples

  • New Pentecost

  • New Evangelization

  • What is the Gospel?

  • The Battle for the Family

  • The Culture Wars

  • Fatherhood

  • Charisms and Spiritual Gifts

  • Discernment of Spirits

  • Overcoming Sin

  • Forming the Next Generation

  • Men's Ministry

Contact

pbeck58@gmail.com

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John Kazanjian

John Kazanjian

John Kazanjian is an Armenian-American entrepreneur who loves people, preaching, and great coffee. To pay the bills, he runs a laundry and shipping business serving students at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. But his true passion is spreading the Good News about Jesus. 

John serves as our country coordinator in Turkey, although he travels regularly to many other parts of the world. He works with both the Armenian and Catholic churches to conduct events that lead people into a deeper relationship with Jesus through the power of the Holy Spirit.

John and his wife Michelle together also coordinate a deliverance prayer ministry throughout lower and mid-Michigan, based on the principles of the Unbound model developed by Neal Lozano. They have five beautiful daughters who are busy adding sons and grandchildren to the family: three beautiful grandbabies to date. And girls … of course.

Programs/Topics Include:

  • Discipleship and Prayer

  • Healing and Deliverance

  • Men's Issues

  • Christian Entrepreneurship

  • Evangelism Training

  • Forgiveness and Reconciliation

  • Living Ecumenism

  • Fathers and Daughters

  • Overcoming Marital Challenges

Contact

jkaz@rc.net

 

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Deacon Zoltan Kunszabo

Deacon Zoltan Kunszabo

Deacon Zoltán Kunszabó and his wife Panni live in Budapest, Hungary, with their five children. In 1994, Zoli began working full time in different missions as the director of the Spirit and Life Foundation. In 1996, he and his friends founded the New Jerusalem Catholic Community and began their collaboration in evangelization with Renewal Ministries. In 2005, he began serving as a country coordinator in Serbia and Croatia. He also aids in outreaches to Romania and the Ukraine. He was ordained as a deacon in 2007, and was one of the main organizers of the week-long Catholic city mission in Budapest.

Contact

njc.hungary@gmail.com

 

 

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Tiberius  Majoros

Tiberius Majoros

Tibi Majoros was born in Hungary under Communism, and grew up without any faith. In 1989, at the age of 29, he met the Lord and became very active in his Catholic faith. He received a Bachelor of Arts degree in Greek-Catholic pastoral theology. In 1995, he married Martha. They currently live in Oradea, Romania, with their three boys.

Tibi is the founder of the community of St. Paul Oradea and the administrator of Foundation Missio. He is also the former president of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal in Transylvania and the former promoter of Radio Maria Transylvania.

Tibi began collaborating with Renewal Ministries in 1998, promoting and pioneering the work of evangelization in Hungary and Romania. Tibi has organized evangelistic events, Holy Spirit seminars, youth camps, retreats and rallies, and has worked in the renewal to help to form young leaders.

Contact

tibimajoros@yahoo.com

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Jim Murphy

Jim Murphy

Jim Murphy is the founder and president of Vera Cruz Communications. He has been involved in youth ministry on parish, diocesan, national, and international levels; has served as a member of several parish pastoral teams; and has worked in religious education programs, including adult formation programs. Jim also is the former chairman of the National Service Committee for the Catholic Charismatic Renewal, and a member of the International Catholic Charismatic Renewal Service, whose offices are located at the Vatican in Rome.

In 1992, inspired by the American Bishops' letter Heritage and Hope, Jim undertook a 4200-mile journey on foot across America, carrying a six-foot cross in an effort of prayer and evangelization. The journey took eighteen months . . . and fourteen pairs of shoes! Jim currently serves as a Renewal Ministries’ country coordinator for Mexico, organizing and leading regular mission trips to serve the impoverished in Mexico City.

Jim and his wife Susan live in Western Michigan near Lake Michigan with their son John Patrick.

Contact

jim@veracruzcm.com

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Peter Newburn

Peter Newburn

Peter Newburn has served in full-time ministry for over thirty years. His pastoral experience encompasses many different lay ministry positions. He served for almost nine years as a parish life coordinator in the Diocese of San Bernardino, California, where he was responsible for overseeing all aspects of pastoral ministry and the administration of a large parish.

Peter and his family currently are serving as full-time missionaries in Cameroon with Lay Mission Helpers, a lay missionary organization based in Los Angeles, California. Peter has served Lay Mission Helpers as a theology teacher at the major seminary in northwest Cameroon, providing formation for lay leaders. He also hosts a weekly evangelistic Catholic radio program in Cameroon. Pete’s passion is to help others both grow in their relationship with the Lord and live out their God-given purpose in life. He serves as Renewal Ministry's country coordinator in Cameroon. He and his wife Joy have three children.

Contact

PeterNewburn@gmail.com

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Emmanuel  Tamakloe

Emmanuel Tamakloe

Emmanuel Tamakloe began sharing the Good News with the youth in schools and parishes in Ghana after discipleship training in 1996. The Lord continued to open doors for him during the next three years through parish missions, rallies, retreats, conferences, and a school of evangelization. He first worked with Renewal Ministries in 1999, at the school of evangelization in Akim Swedru, Ghana. He currently works full time with the National Office of the Catholic Charismatic Renewal of Ghana as coordinator for missions, formation, and praise and worship ministries. He has traveled to Liberia, Europe, and parts of the United States, sharing the Gospel in parishes and among Ghanaian communities in the diaspora. Emmmanual, his wife, and their daughter live in Kumasi, Ghana. He is now serving as the Renewal Ministries’ country coordinator in Ghana.

Contact

emmanice6970@gmail.com

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Deacon Steve Thomashefski

Deacon Steve Thomashefski

Deacon Steve Thomashefski has served in the Catholic Church for the nearly fifty years through the Cursillo, Marriage Encounter, Charismatic Renewal, and Discovering Christ movements. He has directed parish missions and youth retreats, and spoken at Catholic evangelistic rallies and various conferences.

Deacon Steve also has done mission work in Russia, Eastern Europe, and Africa since 1991. Formerly a successful carpet retailer, Steve sold his business in 1998 in order to devote more of his time to evangelization and mission within the Church. He is Renewal Ministries’ country coordinator in Hungary, where he has led evangelistic rallies and has trained and supported lay communities in cooperation with the local bishops. He and his wife Lucia currently spend two to four months every summer teaching, counseling, and praying with youth at Catholic camps and festivals.

Deacon Steve and Lucia are the parents of six grown children. Lucia is a member of the music ministry at Christ the King Catholic Church in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Deacon Steve serves as a permanent deacon in the Diocese of Lansing.

Programs/Topics Include:

  • Marriage and Family

  • Evangelism Training

  • Healing Ministry

  • Prayer Ministry

  • Youth Outreach

  • Discipleship and Prayer

Contact

dcn.steve@gmail.com

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Peter Thompson

Peter Thompson

Peter Thompson was born in England, and as a young boy desired to serve in Africa as a foreign missionary. In 1967, Peter and his wife Madeleine immigrated to Canada, where they raised their three children. In 1990, following John Paul II's call for a new evangelization, Peter and Madeleine were invited to join Sion Catholic Community for Evangelization in England. They served two years there, doing street evangelization and door-to-door parish missions. They returned to Canady shortly thereafter, and Peter began teaching Catholic apologetics, working extensively in the Catholic Charismatic Renewal (CCR), and traveling throughout East Africa. From 2003-2010, Peter served with ICCRS, the Vatican’s international office of the CCR.

Peter continues to serve the Church in many areas of the world, through a dynamic teaching apostolate—which includes parish missions and teaching the Catholic faith, especially in the areas of Catholic apologetics, Church history, the New Evangelization and the New Pentecost. Peter currently serves as Renewal Ministries’ country coordinator in Kenya.

For the last two decades, Peter has supported his apostolate through his artwork. It can be viewed at peterthompsonart.ca.

Programs/topics:

  • The Jubilee Year of Mercy: “His Mercies Never Come to an End”

  • Laudato Si”: Praise be to You, My Lord

  • What is Pope Francis Saying to the World?

  • Catholic Apologetics: This series addresses the major issues Catholics face in responding to questions and attacks on the Church. (It can be adapted to a mission format for parish audiences with four to eight presentations.)

  • Church History: This series of six to eight talks gives a basic overview of major events and issues that have faced the Church throughout the centuries.

  • Called to Mission: This series of three lectures looks at the Great Commission, what recent pope’s have said, and practical help with evangelization.

  • Called to Holiness: Four talks on prayer, fruits of the Spirit, Corporal and Spiritual Works of Mercy, and the Sacraments of Grace (Eucharist and Penance).

  • Christ Speaks Today: Three lectures on Revelation 2-3 focusing on the seven Churches and how the same messages apply to the Church today.

  • When Our Minds Wander at Mass: Four lectures on the great mystery of the Eucharist, and how the Eucharist can help Catholics overcome distractions.

  • Forgotten Doctrine: Understanding the history, doctrine and current practice of indulgences.

  • Life and Growth in the Spirit: Two series of presentations based on the Catechism of the Catholic Church’s discussion of man’s vocation and life in the Spirit.

  • Choose Life or Death: What determines our final destiny and does Purgatory exist?

  • Finally Draw Your Strength from the Lord and His Mighty Power: Ephesians 6. This series studies spiritual warfare, assisting participants to understand the battle and equipping them to remain faithful to Jesus and His Church.

  • Personal testimony: He will not crush the broken reed or extinguish the flickering flame (Mt 12:20). Peter shares his faith journey with honesty, showing the immensity of God’s mercy and love.

Contact

Peter4God@shaw.ca

 

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Donald Turbitt

Donald Turbitt

Donald Turbitt has been a Catholic lay leader, father, and businessman for over twenty years. Now retired, Don served twenty-one years on the Providence Fire Department in Rhode Island, and owned a light construction business for twenty years. He and his wife Pat have three children, thirteen grandchildren, and one great-grandson.

Don's ministry in the Church has been diverse. For forty-five years, he has coordinated the People of God's Love Prayer Group. He has led parish missions and conferences throughout the U.S., Europe, Africa, and Vietnam. Don is the director of international ministries for Men of St. Joseph International. He continues his work overseas as Renewal Ministries’ country coordinator in Poland, Ukraine, Slovenia, Belarus, Ireland, Latvia, and Vietnam. In 2013, Don and Pat received the Lumen Gentium Award from Bishop Thomas Tobin of Providence, Rhode Island, for their work in the New Evangelization.

Don and Pat live in Glocester, Rhode Island, and are members of St Philip Parish in Greenville, Rhode Island.

Programs/Topics Include:

  • Knowing God's Will

  • Gifts of the Spirit/Charisms

  • Discipleship

  • Storing up Mercy for Your Family

  • The Father's Love and Mercy

  • The Valley of Mercy (Blessing)

  • The New Evangelization

  • Mountain-Moving Faith

Contact

donturbitt@gmail.com

 

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Pat Turbitt

Pat Turbitt

Pat Turbitt has been a leader in the Charismatic Renewal for more than thirty years, and has mentored and been a pastoral leader to women in the People of God's Love Covenant Community for twenty years. Pat has organized and directed retreats specifically for women, and is the Rhode Island coordinator of Magnificat, a ministry to Catholic women. Along with her husband Donald, Pat has preached and taught as a missionary with Renewal Ministries in Poland, Ukraine, Slovakia, and Lithuania. In 2013, Pat and Don received the Lumen Gentium Award from Bishop Thomas Tobin of Providence, Rhode Island, for their work in the New Evangelization.

Pat is a registered nurse. She and Donald have three children and thirteen grandchildren. They live in Glocester, Rhode Island, and are members of St. Anthony's Parish in North Providence, Rhode Island.

Programs/Topics Include:

  • Victorious Christian Living

  • Receiving God's Blessings

  • Overcoming Personal Difficulties

  • Self-Image: Precious in His Sight

  • Life-Changing Faith

  • Solving Problems through Prayer

  • Discovering the Keys to Blessings and Miracles

  • Fanning the Flame of Revival

  • The Healing Power of Forgiveness

  • Spiritual Gifts/Charisms

  • Spiritual Warfare

  • The Blessed Mother

  • Healing Ministry

Contact

donturbitt@cox.net


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Dr. Peter Williamson

Dr. Peter Williamson

Dr. Peter S. Williamson completed his studies in Biblical theology at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome. Peter has been involved in evangelization and pastoral ministry for over thirty-five years in the United States, and more recently, in Lithuania and Kazakhstan. He presently serves as a country coordinator for Renewal Ministries, and holds the Adam Cardinal Maida Chair in Sacred Scripture at Sacred Heart Seminary in Detroit, Michigan.

Peter wrote Catholic Principles for Interpreting Scripture and How to Become the Person You Were Meant to Be. He is the coeditor with Ralph Martin of John Paul II and the New Evangelization. He is one of the editors of The Catholic Commentary on Sacred Scripture. He also coordinates Spirit of St. Paul Bible Studies at Sacred Heart Major Seminary. Peter and his wife Marsha live in Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Programs/Topics Include:

Ephesians for the Life and Mission of the Church:

  • Blessing God for Every Spiritual Blessing (1:1-14)

  • A Prayer to Know God and His Gifts (1:15-23)

  • Saved by Grace through Faith for Good Works (2:1-10)

  • Jews and Gentiles Reconciled in the Messiah (2:11-22)

  • Commissioned to Proclaim God’s Secret Plan (3:1-13)

  • A Prayer to Be Divinized (3:14-21)

  • Building Up the Church (4:1-16)

  • The New Self and the New Way of Living (4:17-5:2)

  • Light that Transforms the Darkness (5:3-20)

  • Wives and Husbands, Christ and the Church (5:21-33)

  • Children and Parents, Employees and Employers (6:1-9)

  • A Summons to Spiritual Battle (6:10-20)

Scripture

  • Scripture in the Life of Catholics

  • Meeting Christ in Scripture

  • How to Interpret Scripture as a Catholic

St. Paul

  • St. Paul and the Spirit

  • Imitating St. Paul’s Courage to Evangelize

  • St. Paul’s Advice for Hard Times

  • St. Paul and Evangelization: His Motives and His Message

  • What Can We Learn from St. Paul’s Evangelization Methods?

Endorsements

Peter was very well received. His direct and personal style made it easy for listeners to understand and implement this valuable teaching. He has a knack for knowing where folks are at and how to help them progress in growing deeper in their life with God. We were so impressed we have invited him again.”

~ Fr. Jack Quinlan, associate pastor of St. Thecla parish, Clinton Township, Michigan

 

Peter shared the truth with us. There was no candy-coating, but a tough and challenging message. It was very timely, just before Advent, a message I needed to hear.”

~ Loretta Wilson, Conference Coordinator, Eagle's Wings Ministries

Contact

Peter_Williamson@sbcglobal.net

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Bohumir Zivcak, PhD

Bohumir Zivcak, PhD

Bohumir Zivcak, PhD, grew up under the Communist regime in Slovakia, secretly practicing his Catholic faith as a teenager. When Communism fell in 1989, Bohus and his new wife Alena began working as lay missionaries, helping to build the River of Life missionary community. Working with the Redemptorist order and a strong network of communities in former Communist countries, they have conducted parish missions, evangelization schools, and preached the gospel throughout Slovakia, Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania, and Kazakhstan. Bohus serves as Renewal Ministries’ country coordinator for Kazakhstan. He also teaches spirituality at the Catholic University in Ruzomberok, as a member of the department of missions and charity work. Bohus and his wife live in Podolinec, in the mountains of Slovakia, with their four children.

Contact

bozivcak@gmail.com

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