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After two degrees in theology and 5 years in the classroom, I packed everything into the trunk of my car in June of 2012 to become a hobo for Christ, traveling the world preaching the Gospel and blogging as I go at www.piercedhands.com.

Hobo for Christ Podcast Meg Hunter-Kilmer

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.9, 37 Ratings

After two degrees in theology and 5 years in the classroom, I packed everything into the trunk of my car in June of 2012 to become a hobo for Christ, traveling the world preaching the Gospel and blogging as I go at www.piercedhands.com.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
37 Ratings

37 Ratings

Life4All ,

Uber Modern Community & Hospitality

This discussion was so on-top of today’s call for radical Christian Comm and Hospitality. I’ve had long term sporadic thoughts on these same topics and the Holy Spirit led these folks to lay it out in a simple, beautiful Christ centered way.

Kiley Luft ,

Been Listening for Years

I have been listening to The Hobo for Christ Podcast since 2016, and it is nothing short of a Godsend. I have learned more about my Catholic faith from Meg Hunter-Kilmer than I have from any book, any class, and any other teacher. My favorite episode is from April 4th, 2017 called “What is Your Job? Learning from St. Joseph,” but, honestly, you can’t go wrong with one single episode.

Tcass04 ,

Young Catholics are Engaged...Who Knew?

I've been searching for resources that speak to Catholic Youth and found Hobo for Christ and Meg Hunter-Kilmer. But what I found is not a watered down theology that "speaks the language of kids these days." I found the beauty that is our faith, the good that is the Good News, and the Truth that Christ is real, alive and calling to us, unceasingly, even annoyingly ;). Thank you for inspiring my very first review of anything, ever! My God continue to Bless your work.

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