Sunday: I am in Rochester, MN. after a great flight up here Friday. Still stormy in Houston when I departed, so we were about 1/2 hour late, but safely here. Weather in low 70's and nice church. Pictures later. I have four Masses this weekend then Sunday through Tuesday nights at 7 pm.
I have preached at all four Masses. Great crowds and wonderful music. Tonight: 7 pm Evening Mission Talk about inner healing. Mon. and Tuesday at 7 pm also. Pax Christi Church in NW Rochester.
Picture of landing in Minneapolis Friday Sept. 20th: Second picture is Houston Bush airport behind us as we took off:
Tropical storm Imelda: We had to sandbag the doors, but thanks be to God, no water got in. It was a pretty dramatic day Thursday and many in Houston are in dire straights. Also, those in the Beaumont area are under water. Prayers.
The filming last Sunday/Monday went great. 4 episodes on Sunday and 5 new episodes of Live with Passion on Monday! The new studio is perfect with great cameras. I am at my residence now working on ministry matters and working out. Getting ready for my ministry trip to Minnesota on Friday.
Filming with three 4K cameras Sunday/Monday 9 am to 4 pm each day. 9 new episodes that will be broadcast after the new year. (New series: #700 Born to win!) My next new series: What really matters (#650) will debut next Sunday on TBN and Daystar and other stations. Here is the studio:
I got up early and watched a wonderful 6:55 am Thursday Aug. 22nd Sunrise:
Later Thursday morning...Rocket launch of a satellite at 9:06 am. Four minutes later...rumble sound on the beach.
Daystar: My live appearance on Daystar's Marcus and Joni show will be Tuesday Oct. 15th. Be sure to tune in! I air on Daystar TV Sundays at 1 pm ET/ 10 am PT. Daystar promo: https://vimeo.com/348430484
Watched rocket launch Thursday Aug. 8th am...Atlas V rocket at 6:13 am (half hour late) but still spectacular during the "breath of dawn."
This is the Limpias crucifix in our retreat center chapels. What is different about these crucifixes are that Jesus' side has not been pierced. His eyes are still open because he is still alive and suffering. His sufferings are caught in time and eternity so that we can lay our burdens and guilt down at the foot of his cross. On Fridays especially we remember Jesus' sufferings for us. May his Passion be always in our hearts!
My precious "Pen Pals" write those who are incarcerated to encourage and inspire them. It is Jesus who is our inspiration: "I was in prison and you visited me" (Mt. 25:37). If you would like to participate in this wonderful writing ministry: Email Nancy Firmin at: firstname.lastname@example.org