Guilt without remedy is hell. Human beings have worked hard for thousands of years to be free of guilt through all sorts of rituals. In the modern world, we still haven’t come close to ridding the guilt baggage, Acknowledging guilt doesn’t free us of guilt. Paying penance through acts of philanthropy or self-abasement doesn’t free… Continue reading God restores our innocence (20)
I had the privilege of praying with a young man yesterday who is old enough to be sent to war yet not mature enough to hold down a job. He is only 19 years old. Roaming Chaplains go to the lost, wherever they are. Out of the mud we had a conversation about life and… Continue reading He does it literally, Jesus sets prisoners free (15)
Being a father is by far the most difficult and rewarding ventures life can offer. Being a father to the fatherless is equally as rewarding.
Roaming Chaplains get people talking around the fire, to fight the toxic code of silence. They are God's Freelancers who are subservient to no one so they can be of service to anyone. Tom Smilovitis Who, in our sphere of influence is committed to serving with a good conscience, over titles, power and hardest of… Continue reading Is Roaming Chaplaincy going to be the next best thing? to improve (CSR) Corporate Social Responsibly (8)
A few years later, prisoners are on new paths because something happened that day. The Church went outside its conventional methods and became the eyes, ears and hands of Jesus. We are the church invading prison walls. The room is empty and the prison guards prepare to bring in about fifty young men, average age,… Continue reading Prisons don’t correct, and church couldn’t be anymore real than this (3)