My Name Is Kris Castro and this is my story of a Crisis of Faith, Brokenness, and Healing

Enjoy the short video below (feel free to share it online), then click on this link to watch my WATC TV 57 Interview about the back-story. To purchase the book about my “crazy” adventure click here: “Crazy” Might Be A Blessing In Disguise

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4 thoughts on “My Name Is Kris Castro and this is my story of a Crisis of Faith, Brokenness, and Healing”

  1. I love your story and meeting you today. You give me Hope and Courage and inspire me. God Bless You! You are a blessing to others!

  2. Really enjoyed your strong Christian perspective on The Daily Huddle this morning! Your answer to what do you tell yourself when you don’t get what you need/want was perfect! “There is always a reason behind what’s not working – trust Jesus!” Any thoughts on racial reconciliation? I am grappling with the human atrocities in our history – Trail of Tears, Holocaust, Slavery, Trayvon Marvin, etc.

  3. Pamela – Thank you for your kind words. Regarding your comment on racial reconciliation, I know that the Lord is never pleased when one race persecutes or takes advantage of another race. We are all His children and deserve to be respected and treated with kindness. Human frailty and destructive behaviors are a consequence of being kicked out of the Garden of Eden. I believe the best I can do today to pursue racial reconciliation is to listen and have empathy when hearing other’s experiences, and do my best not to repeat the mistakes of generations before me. Other than that, I try to follow Jesus’ words in Matthew 22:37-29: “And he said to him, “You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind. This is the great and first commandment. And a second is like it: You shall love your neighbor as yourself.” Thanks for commenting on my blog post! :)

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