Hey! Thanks for visiting my blog. It’s great to get to share the good news and life changing message of our Lord Jesus Christ.

I wanted to do things a little different. I love studying the scriptures, and teaching them at church and home. Isn’t that where discipleship starts anyway, home? I thought I’d give this a try, Internet-discipleship.

God really impressed on my heart to take discipleship seriously, for I was not discipled as a young Christian. I wasted 10 years of my Christian life before the Lord called me back to himself (or at least 10 years before I listened). My wife and I were brought up in the Southern Baptist tradition.

Early in 2004, through the study of the scriptures, history, early church history, prayer and the leadership of the Holy Spirit, I found myself being drawn to the Catholic Church. My family and I were confirmed at Easter Vigil (that’s what the picture is) 4/15/2006.What a change this has been for everyone, but a great one. What a feeling to be in the center of God’s will! In His, One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church!

Be sure to read my conversion story Looking for Home.

As a Catholic layman, I will teach biblical truth through a word on The Word, and I hope that these studies will lead you to the center of God’s will.

May the Lord bless you and keep you, and His face shine upon you.

Tim Glass

2 Tim.2:15

Jas. 3:1

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  1. It’s great to hear from you Cindy! Yes, we are all doing well. I think it’s great the kids are connecting too. Ya’ll come see us in Iowa!

    Blessings to the family.

  2. Tim, I’m not sure how I came across your site, but this is really great. I actually found the “Thoughts from my Grandmother”. It has made me cry (again). I hope you, Deanna, and the kids are doing well. I love the fact that Devin and Dylan are talking/texting and getting to know one another. Since Barry and I are both only kids, that doesn’t give my two the “cousin connection” I always had. Take care. Love Cindy

  3. Hey Bryan,
    Great blog. I just started. COuld you check out my post, “Cash Got Grace” and tell me what you think? It woul dbe a great encouragtemnt. ALso, any way I can get folks to ready it and commenting?
    Blessings Brother,

  4. Thanks for your comment(s) on my blog…it’s not always easy reflecting during this Lenten season, but we press on with His help. Thanks again…I haven’t gotten to all of your conversion story yet, but what I have read sounds like quite the story. Thank God you are where you are.

  5. Tim,

    Thanks for your comment on my blog. I’m glad you enjoyed what I had to say.


  6. Mike,
    The feeling is mutual my dear cousin! I’m glad you dropped by! You and I have been on a couple of amazing faith journeys since we last saw each other!
    I hope we can catch up soon. Give the whole family a BIG hug and kiss from all of us.
    I’ll talk to you soon.

  7. Tim,
    Proud to have you as my cousin. I love you and your family very much. God is love and Love never fails.
    “By this shall all men know ye are my disciples, if ye have love one to another.” John 13:35
    I wish you all of God’s best now and always.

  8. DM,
    That’s great…and kind of ironic. My wife and I started in a church that did the “home group” thing and we really liked it. It helped us to really bring our faith home…so to speak.

    Yes, God does work in His own way and in His own time.

    It’s nice to meet you as well.

  9. Good morning Tim, thanks for your comments on my blog this morning…God has his ways doesn’t he…I grew up a spiritually dead Lutheran (not that there are lots of believers in that tradition, because there are… but I “jumped the fence” and joined the Catholic church when I decided to marry my wife. While there, I was converted while reading The Secret of the happy Christian life”…long story short, we’re now part of a house church…been a believer long enough to know it is God’s business how we draws men to himself…Just glad he drew me. nice to meet you. DM

  10. Welcome “Home”! Great site and a beautiful family.
    Be holy.
    Yours in Christ,
    Chris (Catholic Kermit)

    Heb 4:12-13. “Ignorance of Scripture is ignorance of Christ” — St Jerome

  11. Great site. I am looking forward to reading your entire conversion story as soon as I have the chance. I have added your site to my blogroll.

    God bless,


  12. Tim, your page is refreshing. Thank you for seeking to help others in their journey of discipleship.

    God bless you and your family.


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