Copyright 2015 Greg Willits. All rights reserved. Used with permission. Copyright 2015 Greg Willits. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

Sometimes something comes along that is too good not to share. I was blessed to be find this gem on my Facebook feed one day and thought, “hmmm, I should look into this.” So I did and I’m very glad I did.

Greg Willits, author of The New Evangelization and You, Be Not Afraid and an awesome evangelizer, has come out with a new audio program called LifeChangers. It is a wonderful program, presented in small bites, with do-able ideas for everyone. What I like about the series is it is not preachy or condescending; as I listen I feel like I’m sitting listening to a friend.

There are suggestions for knowing, living and sharing your faith; Greg blends information about Catholicism, ways to enrich your spiritual life, and then how to reach out to others. Every idea may not be for you, but the ideas will make you think about your faith.

It would be easy to say that the best thing about this program is that it is free. But that would be a disservice to LifeChangers. The best thing is that the program is easily and quickly accessible and it is useful!

I am enjoying listening but had to pause, since I think my husband would also enjoy them and I don’t want to get to far ahead. Then again, I enjoy them so much I think I will be listening to them more than once. In fact, in session two, one of the last things Greg suggests to do is something I have been praying and thinking about for a while. It was just the push I needed to decide to move into podcasting.

Okay, enough about me. If you are interested in this program, and really, you need to get it, go to LifeChangers, read what far more well-known folks are saying about the program (including Lisa Hendey), follow the instructions on how to get the program and listen to it! I hope you love it as much as I do.

If you are interested in learning more about Greg Willits and his wife Jennifer, go to their website, Adventures in Imperfect Living.

Copyright 2015, Deanna Bartalini
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