For the past three years, I’ve worked with an incredibly talented woman of God as my Event and Marketing Coordinator. She has been a true blessing to my apostolate and to me! Recently, she has had to step away from assisting me to work more closely with her husband in their thriving business, as well as manage a growing family. This wasn’t easy as we have worked extremely well together and there is no question that I would not be where I am today without her help. In the end, however, focusing on family is the right thing to do to maintain a sense of balance and perspective in her life.
During the past six weeks, I’ve been doing a lot of soul searching (in Adoration, of course!) about what God has accomplished through my apostolate thus far and where I want to be as I began searching for a new management team.
After speaking with a few folks, I struck-up a conversation with my good friend Jerry Usher, former Catholic Answers Live host, Founder of Vocation Boom, and the current President of Third Millennium Media (TMM). I asked him to submit a proposal and, upon review, it was quite evident that they thoroughly understood my goals and objectives that include, above all else, changing the world by bringing as many people as possible to a deeper love of Jesus Christ and the Gospel by sharing the truth of the Catholic faith in love.
After prayerful discernment and a discussion with my wife, Colleen, about what was best for our family, I’ve decided to partner with TMM in order to achieve all that God has planned for me to do for His honor and glory. Right now, we are in the middle of a short transition period as we begin implementing our plans for the future that include a new website and other exciting changes. Stay tuned!!
I am truly grateful beyond words for your support and prayers for my apostolate, especially during the last three years of working in the Lord’s vineyard on a full-time basis. Thank you! It hasn’t been easy but with my wife and family behind me—and your continued prayers—“I can do all things in Him who strengthens me” (Philippians 4:13). Please know that you and your loved ones are in prayers every day. God bless you all!