Sometimes God asks us to go where no one has gone. In this second interview, John Michael Talbot continues his interesting story. He explains how he now lives in reclusion and what that means. He is the Founder and General Minister of the Brothers and Sisters of Charity. Each member can choose to live a quiet life with others or be a helper living apart. Those in community meet for Mass on Sundays and Holy Days and a weekly community meeting. He then talks about contemplative prayer and ends singing “Breathe in the Spirit of God.” He encourages all of us to pray at least 20 minutes a day. If we do this, he assures us that we will experience at least two minutes of contemplative union with God that will enable us to face the challenges of the day. John Michael then sings “Worship and Bow Down”, one of his newer songs. He explains how he and the men and women living with him in Arkansas were able to survive after fire destroyed their home in 2008. This program is worth seeing!