A hilarious chat with Abby Johnson’s husband about being fearless, living in small houses, and all-alcohol fad diets

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FacebookTwitterLinkedInPinterestPrintE-mail I‘ve mentioned before that I’ve been sending “after the show” audio clips to my email list, where I record bonus footage from my SiriusXM radio show¬†with my iPhone after I go off the air. I’ve been wanting to offer a preview, and today’s clip is perfect! My guest today was Doug Johnson, the husband… [Continue Reading]

An interview with a small, fuzzy woman who looks like me

FacebookTwitterLinkedInPinterestPrintE-mail I‘m only, oh, six weeks late on this, but I keep meaning to direct you to this webcam interview I did with blogger extraordinaire Brandon Vogt. It’s a 10-minute discussion in which we talked about evangelizing to nonbelievers, how to get traffic to your blog, how I find time to write, and the top… [Continue Reading]

In which I introduce you to Jen-Tron, and give you cool stuff to read about faith and science

Perfect Health Diet

FacebookTwitterLinkedInPinterestPrintE-mail Sara Mahoney has a cool blog called Losing It Together, where she and her husband write about getting healthy together. We recently had an email chat about my experience with food addiction, and how changing what I ate changed my life (or, put another way: how I killed off my alter ego, Jen-Tron the… [Continue Reading]

Forgiving the unforgivable: A conversation with Dawn Eden

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FacebookTwitterLinkedInPinterestPrintE-mail For many of you, Dawn Eden needs no introduction. She’s a popular blogger, a former rock journalist, Catholic convert, and author of the bestselling book The Thrill of the Chaste. I recently had the honor of interviewing her for the National Catholic Register, where she spoke for the first time publicly about her own… [Continue Reading]

Interview with an exorcist, Part II

FacebookTwitterLinkedInPinterestPrintE-mail You asked, Fr. Thomas Euteneuer answers! Here’s Part II to our interview about exorcism and his new book, Exorcism and the Church Militant. (Part I is here.) ——————— Q: You mentioned that secular professionals are sometimes involved in the exorcism process. What kind of reactions do you typically get from them? Do they think… [Continue Reading]

Interview with an exorcist, Part I

FacebookTwitterLinkedInPinterestPrintE-mail I finally got a chance to catch up with Fr. Thomas Euteneuer and chat with him about exorcism and his new book, Exorcism and the Church Militant. Almost all of the questions were suggested by readers in the comments and emails I received in response to this post. I hope you enjoy hearing his… [Continue Reading]

One couple’s journey to adopting HIV-positive children (Part 3 of 3)

FacebookTwitterLinkedInPinterestPrintE-mail Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 I am honored to post the final installment of my interview series with a couple named Kimberly and Jimmy who are adopting HIV-positive children from Ethiopia. If you haven’t read Part 1 or Part 2, see the links above. Q: What kind of life expectancy do… [Continue Reading]

One couple’s journey to adopting HIV-positive children (Part 2 of 3)

FacebookTwitterLinkedInPinterestPrintE-mail Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 I am delighted to post Part 2 of my interview series with a couple named Kimberly and Jimmy who are adopting HIV-positive children from Ethiopia. Make sure you’ve already read Part 1 since some of Kimberly’s answers here refer to what she wrote there. Q: At… [Continue Reading]

One couple’s journey to adopting HIV-positive children (Part 1 of 3)

FacebookTwitterLinkedInPinterestPrintE-mail Part 1 | Part 2 | Part 3 A few weeks ago I met a wonderful couple named Kimberly and Jimmy who are in the process of adopting two HIV-positive children from Ethiopia. I enjoyed talking with them so much that I asked if I could interview them for my blog to share their… [Continue Reading]

When Less is More: Finding Inspiration in Severe Disability

FacebookTwitterLinkedInPinterestPrintE-mail I recently became familiar with the story of Jason and Angie Berger, whose daughter Sunni (pronounced “Sunny”) was born with a disorder causing her to be severely disabled. I was so touched by their story that I asked if I could do an interview with them. I hope that you find their answers as… [Continue Reading]