Kresta in the Afternoon – January 11, 2016 – Hour 2

+  Is a “Personal Encounter with Christ” Central to Catholicism?

  • Description: As the Church increases its focus on the New Evangelization, we’re hearing a lot about the importance of a “personal encounter” with Christ. What is a personal encounter, and why is it important. Is it, as some claim, a part of Protestant theology that has no place in Catholicism? Peter Herbeck is here to talk about it.
  • Segment Guests:
    • Peter Herbeck
      Peter Herbeck is the vice-president and director of missions for Renewal Ministries. For more than thirty years, he has been actively involved in evangelization and Catholic renewal throughout the US, Canada, Africa, and Eastern Europe. Peter is a co-host for the weekly television programs The Choices We Face and Crossing the Goal. And also hosts the daily radio show Fire on the Earth. He’s the author of When the Spirit Comes in Power and When the Spirit Speaks and has produced CDs and booklets about discipleship and life in the Spirit. Peter is involved with i.d.9:16, an outreach to Catholic young adults sponsored by Renewal Ministries.
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+  Is a “Personal Encounter with Christ” Central to Catholicism? (continued)

+  Can Winning the Lottery Make you Happy?

  • Description: Nobody had the winning Powerball numbers last night and the jackpot has now risen to about $1.4 billion. The odds of winning are about 1 in 292 million. What will happen to the lucky winner of life-changing prize? Have past winners had their lives changed for the better? We’ll talk about it with Michael Boone, the founder of a management firm that advises big winners.
  • Segment Guests:
    • Michael Boone
      Michael Boone is the owner and founder of MWBoone and Associates, LLC. With more than 30 years of experience as a Wealth Advisor, he is sought after as a nationally-known expert in financial planning and has been recognized as one of America’s 250 best financial advisors by Worth Magazine and as a five-star wealth manager by Seattle magazine. He has appeared on CNN for counsel to lottery winners and is active in his church and in non-profits locally and in Central Africa.

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