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Author Archives: Mike Eisenbath
Some years ago, at my morning prayer group, my cherished friend Deacon Larry brought copies of the Litany of Humility. I never had heard of that prayer until that day. The men in my group trust Larry implicitly, so we dove … Continue reading
I am an addict. I need prayers, as experience has shown only God can provide me with true aid. I am physically, mentally and spiritually weak. God’s strength has rescued me occasionally in the past. He truly is my lone … Continue reading
“I painted not what I was looking for, but what I found.” – Pablo Picasso, artist I parked my black Toyota Highlander on the street in front of my house; my wife’s car and one daughter’s car already filled our … Continue reading
My mom passed away May 23, 2015, four days after she underwent her second surgery to remove a brain tumor, 16 months after the first. Mom wanted to live, Dad couldn’t let her go without a fight, and the rest … Continue reading
We call the drive time to and from work “rush hour,” but it can seem so much longer. We call social time with friends after the workday a “happy hour,” yet it feels much shorter when we’re having a good … Continue reading
These are times that test Christians. And I think the only way to pass the test and to overcome what we face is to get down on our knees. We need this every day, starting right now. Granted, a … Continue reading
A little bit of interesting trivia: There could be a sign on a bed at the White House that reads “Mike Eisenbath slept here.” No, not that White House. I’m talking about the Jesuit retreat center in St. Louis, Mo. … Continue reading