2019 Fall Formation Day

Clarity of Purpose: Connecting Heart, Mind & Body


Greg Wasinski, Founder, Inspirational Speaker and Author 

"Let Me Be..." Ministries 

Date: Saturday, November 2, 2019 | 9 a.m. – Noon
Location: University of Dallas, SB Hall 1st Floor, Multipurpose Room

About "Clarity of Purpose: Connecting Heart, Mind & Body"...

“Let Me Be…” Ministries is a ministry working to remind all people they have a hope and a future through faith by enriching personal growth, encouraging fullness of life, and restoring the values of family.

Join the Neuhoff School of Ministry for a morning of reflection on how to work with the tools we are given and forming effective habits. Be inspired to find clarity in your purpose!

RSVP as space is limited!


About Greg Wasinski 

Greg is an internationally recognized, Catholic Christian Inspirational Speaker and Author from Cleveland OH, where he resides with his wife Aimee of 25 years, their two children and three dogs. He  is the author of 4 books, the radio host of Faith & Real Life Moments heard daily on Sirius XM The Catholic Channel and the host of the television series “So, Let Me Ask You “

As successful, career driven, business executive searching for lifelong fulfillment, Greg heard a direct calling from God to move his talents into full-time ministry. He draws from real life experiences, scriptural reflection and specific “God instances” to creatively illustrate how God is at work in all of us at all times. His sincere and unmistakable, conviction of faith guides him as he offers a message of hope to audiences of all ages and sizes.

Greg holds a certificate in Scriptural Theology from John Paul the Great University in Escondido, CA. For more information about Greg and "Let Me Be..." Ministers  visit FaithandRealLife.com or LMBMInc.org. 




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