Surge of the Heart: Jon Leonetti
LIVING GOD'S DREAM
God's dream is to make you a saint. Every saint had a mission. Every saint had a plan. We should, too. On this third evening, Jon shares the three things every saint had in common, and how we can implement them into our lives as well. There may not be any more important thing we will ever do. Let's get to work. Let's be saints.
Join us at Our Lady of the Presentation for our Advent Parish Mission on Dec 2, 3, and 4 to hear from Jon Leonetti how to live God's purpose for our lives through prayer, the sacraments, family life, and the help of Mary and the saints.
THIS IS A FREE EVENT!
JON LEONETTI is a nationally known Catholic speaker, best-selling author and radio host who conveys a message of lasting fulfillment in Jesus Christ. Through Jon's keynote presentations and parish missions, thousands of Catholics each year discover the freedom Christ offers by way of his life and love.
Jon's the author of three books: Mission Of The Family, Your God Is Too Boring and, The Art of Getting Over Yourself: And Why You'll Be Happier When You Do. Jon's first two books are published and featured in Matthew Kelly's Dynamic Catholic Book Program. Jon's writings and talks have been endorsed by Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz, New York Times Bestselling author Immaculee Ilibagiza, Mark Hart, Chris Stefanick, Brandon Vogt and more.
Jon believes that our deepest longing for happiness and wholeness is fulfilled in the encounter with Jesus Christ. Through prayer, the Sacraments, family life, and the help of Mary and the saints, Jon wants to cultivate an intimate relationship with Jesus, and help others do the same.
With this message Jon has been featured and interviewed by the nations top Catholic websites, blogs and radio shows, helping Catholics in all walks of life to fall in love and stay in love with the living God.
At home, Jon enjoys reading, sports, exercising, coffee and, most of all, spending time with his wife Teresa and their children Joseph and Gianna. Jon has a masters degree in moral theology. (taken from jonleonetti.com)