John LaFara works in maintenance on the Rio Grande Bible Institute campus. He also mentors young people and serves as a chaplain at a nearby hospital. His story is encouraging in how God has worked in his life, and how God works through him for other people. I hope you enjoy it.
John and Louisa Lotzgesell serve at the Rio Grand Bible Institute along the border of Texas and Mexico. We talk about the spiritual life behind a fruitful one. John and Louisa are both very warm communicators, each in their own way, and have knowledge and wisdom about the spiritual life. It was a privilege to spend time with them.
I have a conversation with Billy and Sarah Jackson, and Gracie Jackson, about learning Spanish. We are at the Rio Grande Bible Institute.
I met Brian at the gym. Even though we enjoyed some conversations together, I don’t think I even knew his name at that point. But I asked him if he would like to be on my podcast. Brian is a Christian, and he’s also Roman Catholic, so that was interesting to me. I was interested in what Christianity is like for a fellow Christian who is of a different church tradition from me.
Near the end I talk about a discipleship group I’m interested in. If you are interested in joining me or doing something similar on your own, feel free to contact me.
The book I mentioned, Discipleship Essentials by Greg Ogden