How to Search

We Provide Several Ways to Search Charlie’s Site for Information.


By far the best way to learn Charlie’s mission and message is to read what he has already written. Pretty much everyone who has come to this site for help and guidance during this Storm has done exactly that, at least in part. Begin with the first post and read each post from then until now, or sample various posts as you please. Charlie published his first post on January 14, 2014, and it is located here:
The Old Order Passes

Embark on a journey the likes of which you will never otherwise be blessed to take. If you will invest the time and effort, you will be rewarded. And if you can also read all the comments associated with each post you read, you will get even more knowledge and wisdom, as well as having the great good fortune to get to know Charlie and the other commenters on this site as people and as friends. On any post at any time you can join the conversation, and Charlie and other commenters will respond with grace and welcoming words.


To obtain an overview of the site and its material, use the navigation bar. Charlie has selected several of his most important posts and placed them in the navigation bar which appears at the top of every page. If you’re uncertain which tab to try first, we suggest you “Start Here”.


You can search all of Charlie’s posts for specific words or search terms. In the right-hand column slightly below the headline picture and navigation bar is a Search button with a field where you can enter keywords or phrases to find posts on specific subjects. You can use single words (like Storm or Sherpa), or try phrases (like “Fullness of the Storm” in quotes). Think about what you want to find and enter word(s) associated with that idea, then see what comes up. Play around, and try multiple formulations. Please note that this search function only searches within posts, not within comments.


If you know the time period when a particular post was published, or are simply interested in checking out all the posts in a particular month, scroll down the right-side column until you see a pop-up menu titled “Archives” and labeled “Select Month.” Pop that menu up and click on the month you are interested in. Of course, while you are scrolling down the page, you will also see other types of information, like Recent Posts, various websites Charlie recommends that you click through to, and other resources you might find either interesting or useful.


Immediately under the “Archives” pop-up menu, you will see the Categories pop-up menu and then the Tag Cloud.

To use the Categories menu, click on the menu labeled “Select Category.” The menu will expand, and you will be able to select the category closest to the subject matter you are interested in.

Directly underneath the Categories menu, you will see a large list of words and phrases in a blue font. This is the Tag Cloud. Each word or phrase marks posts dealing with that word or phrase. The size of the font indicates how common that subject is throughout all the posts. For example, if you click on the phrase “Pope Benedict XVI,” you will be taken to a page listing all the posts that have been “tagged” with that phrase.


If you are reading a post and are interested in finding other posts covering similar subjects as are in that post, use the facilities in the area below the text of the post. First you will find a series of buttons enabling you to share the post in any number of different ways with friends. Just below that section you will find an area titled “Related,” where Charlie has called out a few posts that he believes are closely related to the subject matter of the post you just finished reading. Finally, after the summary text describing Charlie, you will find a section with words in gray lettering. The first words are the names of Categories, then you will see the words “and tagged” followed by a series of tags (this is like the Tag Cloud but restricted to the tags specific to that post. Clicking on any of these Categories or Tags will take you to a page listing all posts that are categorized or tagged with the same word or phrase.

Play around. Explore!

18 Responses to How to Search

  1. P. Lentz says:

    How can i send a message or talk with Charlie, Thanks


    • charliej373 says:

      Send it to the tnrs answers team at the address from the contact page.


      • Linda Raimann says:

        I was listening to your video and was wondering if any of the Garabandel and St. Padre Pios talk of the three days of darkness are part of this at all? Thanks. God richly bless you. Linda.


    • SteveBC says:

      P. Lentz, actually, the best way to talk with Charlie is to enter a comment here at the site addressed to him. Charlie moderates pretty much every comment, so he will see it, and if he can or wishes to, he will respond to it directly.

      We at the TNRS Answers team handle many different types of questions and issues, but emails to us do not go directly to Charlie. Under limited circumstances we will forward an email to Charlie, but the most reliable way to get Charlie’s eye on your words is to comment here.

      If you decide a comment really isn’t appropriate, then do please go to the Contact Us page, read the text and choose which type of contact is right for you. We have a private forum which you can join, guidelines for searching the site, and how to contact the TNRS Answers team.

      If you are looking for collections of Charlie’s posts to read, you can go to the Books/PDFs/FAQs/Extras page in the Nav bar. That page also has a series of FAQs on various subjects Charlie and the team have addressed already, as well as a couple FAQs on technical questions.

      I hope this helps broaden your view of how to get what you need. 🙂

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  2. Beckita says:

    Man, SteveBC! I so selfishly would love to have you living next door during the biggest wallops of the Storm!

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    • SteveBC says:

      Why, so I can give you long write-ups of how to search your cupboards for food?

      “• First, stand in the center of your kitchen.
      • Looking around with your eyes, find the rightmost cupboard in said kitchen.
      • Move to stand in front of that cupboard.
      • With your eyes, find the control knob on the face of the cupboard door.
      • With your right hand, reach out and grab firm hold of that knob.
      • With your hand on the knob, close your eyes and visualize loaves and fishes …
      • With complete trust in God, pull the knob toward you to open said cupboard door.
      • With gratitude toward God, reach in and pull out the large loaf of organic wheat bread and the package of smoked salmon you find there.
      • Repeat these steps as often as necessary.
      FILE THESE INSTRUCTIONS for use during Worldwide Collapses, whenever and wherever they may occur.”

      Now are you still sure you want me around? 😀

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  3. Beckita says:

    Absolutely still want you around, SteveBC! Love this. While I do LOVE the trust and gratitude exercise, since we’re in the kitchen, can we just please go back to telling Dough Boy stories now?

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    • SteveBC says:

      “And when Beckita followed the instructions and looked in the cabinet, what do you think she found, boys and girls? Well, lasses and laddies, we all know God makes everything new and likes to provide solutions nobody else would ever think of, don’t we? So when Beckita opened the door while dreaming of sugar plums instead of the recommended loaves and fishes, she found the Dough Boy sitting cross-legged inside the cabinet, laughing hysterically at God’s sense of humor.

      Beckita’s first reaction was that she would have preferred finding the loaf of organic wheat bread and the smoked salmon instead. However, the infectious laughter of the cute little Dough Boy eventually won her heart. Upon this change of heart, both of them were transported instantly to Mayberry, where Beckita and the Dough Boy lived happily ever – although let’s be honest, not necessarily together. Now it’s time for bed, kiddies. Good Night and God Bless!”

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      • Beckita says:

        Hahaha! I appreciate how authors so often write from their own experiences, SteveBC. Your profound presence on this blog nearly since its inception is revealed in every detail woven through this ever-so-short story. I also detect I could well reward you via a care package filled with your favored organic wheat bread and smoked salmon. Now THAT would be some fine comfort snacking during the Storm, that is, after you’ve taken the 3 day nap you mentioned in a previous comment. Thanks for the joy!


        • SteveBC says:

          As it turns out, Beckita, I don’t eat wheat except very occasionally, and I don’t like smoked salmon. 😀 I figured you *would* like those things, and they flow from the “loaves and fishes” imaging in a weird, modern-life kind of way. If I were to splurge with a care package, I’d prefer a big box of simple chocolate chip cookies (unadulterated by nuts which ruin a good CC cookie in my oh-so-humble opinion) for dessert after a dinner of cooked-just-enough Alaskan King salmon as my modern form of loaves and fishes. 🙂

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          • Beckita says:

            Missed the genius of the loaves of wheat bread and smoked salmon fish connection, SteveBC. Nicely conceived. Obviously I failed to take the critical noodling time needed to elicit that gem. Simple CCCs in a big box… Mmmm…

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          • zeniazenia says:

            And when God knows you are both having such an empty time with such trust and joy, He will add to you in the way only He can give Himself. Sounds like a plan. I’m all in!🙂

            Liked by 3 people

      • Ha! For some reason this makes me think of the end of the first Ghostbusters movie…

        Liked by 2 people

  4. jlynnbyrd says:

    Dough-boy stories brought to you by Biscuits!!

    Liked by 2 people

  5. How do I find the travel schedule


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