Speaker and Broadcaster
Did You Hear What God Just Said?
We sometimes struggle to hear God’s voice in our daily lives.
What’s your burning bush? How is God communicating with you? Did you just miss an important message?
Blind radio host Trapper Jack, a humorous master storyteller, exposes the awe-inspiring ways that God is communicating with the church, the world, and with us individually. This simple understanding is what brought Trapper back to his God and his faith after nearly 30 years.
God has always spoken to His people.
Discover how to listen.
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Reverend Richard Burchell, Pastor, St. Rita Catholic Church, Solon, OH
Samantha Paul, St. Joseph Church, Strongsville, OH
“My daughter who will be confirmed in May enjoyed your talk, and she wishes, as do I, that we all spoke about the things you do more often at church, because it is truly inspirational. It has definitely re-ignited my faith and helped me to see things in a new light.”
Most Reverend Roger W. Gries, O.S.B., Auxiliary Bishop Emeritus of Cleveland
Elizabeth Simpson, President, St. Edward High School Mothers' Club
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Men's Morning Light
A Catholic/Christian weekly live-stream fellowship.
We discuss many topics that you oftentimes don’t hear from the pulpit. Our mission is to light the fire of men (especially Knights of Columbus men) so that they learn how to be a part of God’s creative and redemptive process. Men learn how they fit into God’s plan.
Trapper Jack left what he felt was a boring and disconnected God. After a series of miraculous encounters, his faith was ignited.
Legally blind, Trapper made a name for himself as a family-friendly morning radio host for 30+ years. He is married to his wife, Elizabeth, and has two adult children.
Since his departure from secular radio in 2012, Trapper has taken to using his microphone to share his faith through podcasts and inspirational talks.
The miraculous brought Trapper back. Suddenly, God became real and Trapper understood that he was being called into a relationship. He believes sharing God’s miraculous encounters will help keep people in the pews with the realization that God is far from boring.