Tag: franciscan university of steubenville

Our Need for Healing

This is one of my favorite podcasts I’ve ever recorded. I got to talk to Sr. Miriam Heidland, who is an amazing woman of God, and I got to do it in front of an amazing audience of priests and deacons at the Priests,… Continue Reading “Our Need for Healing”

Cheese Packers

As we finished this week’s episode of They That Hope, my friend and guitar player John Paul Von Arx came into the studio. “Hey, can you turn the camera off for me?” I asked. He looked at my iPhone on the tripod. “It wasn’t… Continue Reading “Cheese Packers”

A Night of Hope… and Healing

The “Night of Hope” that was live-streamed last evening from Franciscan University exceeded our wildest expectations. There were 30,000 individual viewers, over a million page hits, and many who didn’t watch it last evening are now watching the video and sharing it with friends.… Continue Reading “A Night of Hope… and Healing”

Grateful for the Steubenville Conferences

The fact that I’ve done over 140 Steubenville summer conferences really blows my mind.

When the Internet isn’t Enough

PHOTO: Me and Clayton Farris, who plays “Sonny”, on the “Ask J” set.  There was a time when adolescence was considered to be a moment of asking the Great Questions in life: Why am I here? What is my purpose? Why is there suffering… Continue Reading “When the Internet isn’t Enough”

Discerning God’s Will

Would you like to hear how you might better discern God’s will in your life with a bunch of 80’s references thrown in? Of course you would. Check out this podcast hosted by my good friend, Matt Leonard: http://matthewsleonard.com/the-gospel-accordion-to-bob-rice/

Where in the World is Bob Rice?

Well, you know you are too busy when “blog about summer” stays on your to-do list until you realize it is October already! Hard to believe time has flown by. If you’ve been watching my tweets and Instagram, you might have amused yourself playing the… Continue Reading “Where in the World is Bob Rice?”

Adoption is a calling, not a consolation prize

Over the past few months of travel I’ve gotten to talk to three different couples who have dealt with infertility. One couple just adopted a baby; the other two were praying about it. Infertility is a difficult cross for a couple to bear and I… Continue Reading “Adoption is a calling, not a consolation prize”

Three “Firsts” with My New CD

I’m excited to officially announce that my latest CD, “Mercifulove: Best of Bob Rice 2006-2015” is now available! You can download songs on ITUNES or download/purchase physical copies of the CD on CDBABY. Though mostly a collection of previously released music, there are three… Continue Reading “Three “Firsts” with My New CD”

The Do-Over

A young man asks for guidance and gets more than he asks for. I wrote this video as primer for a conversation on the importance of listening to your conscience. Enjoy!