Martin Santos

There is no formula for generating the authenticity of warmth and love. It cannot be copied, it must be lived.

Martin Santos II

Martin, powerful and profound statements throughout your post–I’m glad that you are a seeker–and I know that you will find the direction that God has outlined for you–Straight–keep pressing forward! God Bless!

Dr. Morgan

Thank you for this self-reflection. I really appreciate reading your work and perspective.

Dr. C. Solomon

Fantastic insight. Thank you for sharing. You are right; we should never apologize for the truth of God’s Word. Jesus never apologized for truth but stood firmly on it. Yet, he met people right where they were in their sin nature in loving and gracious way.
Outstanding content!

Angie M.

It has been my distinct pleasure to have made Mr. Santos’ acquaintance. Furthermore, I have had the great good fortune to become better acquainted with him over these past three odd years. I have found Martin to be an honestly grounded, sensitive and straightforward sort of man. Martin is ever seeking spiritual maturity while evoking the guidance of the Higher Power. He possesses an innate presence of mind and soul. He regularly reaches out to others for mutual and self discoveries. Martin has the grasp and ability to influence those people who will have it with an understanding and positive nature. Of course, realizing there are some in this world who lack the gift of rigorous self honesty. Let’s call them “Earth People.” I have found Martin to be most tolerant, kind, thoughtful and emphatic. Martin isn’t a mean spirited sort of man. In fact, He walks the talk with dignity and purpose. I am proud to know Martin as friend.

Fred v. S.

When I met Martin eight years ago, he was kind, intelligent, and passionate about recovering from the grips of alcoholism. He has worked diligently, determinedly and tirelessly to meet the demands required to live a sober life. He has earned the Honorable Badge of a Spiritual Warrior! Martin is youthful in spirit with the wisdom of an Old Soul. I refer to him as the gentle shepherd.

Mary C. B.

Wonderful feedback and insight!

Dr. Dionne E.

I want to be sure that you are also taking credit for what you have learned. Without your dedication to learning and commitment to excellence, you would not have gained so much! I am confident that you will continue to do very well in this program and that God has awesome things planned for your future. I love to see how the Lord works everything to good and it feels wonderful to know that you will be a blessing to others, and I got to play a small part in developing that!

Dr. Robyn H. Professor of Ethics, Grand Canyon University

Martin is a mountain mover in recovery and living sobriety.

Heather M.

It’s not easy being a Spiritual Gangster.

Bobby T.

Excellent Work! Thanks for adding to the discussion this week! I appreciate your perspective!

Dr. Morgan
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