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89 minutes | May 4, 2020
Ep 26 - John Richardson
When things fall apart, how do you know if it's your fault? John Richardson is a financial planner, boy scout leader, mentor, and husband. His relentless optimism makes him easy to like, but it's his deep integrity that makes him a good man.
63 minutes | Apr 20, 2020
Ep 25 - Bob Farnsworth
Do emotions have sounds? Does Joy? Or Grief? Bob Farnsworth is the president and creative director of Hummingbird Productions. If you can still sing the Skip-It song or know how many frogs it takes to promote beer, you know Bob's work, but you you'll have to listen closely to know Bob.
82 minutes | Apr 6, 2020
Ep 24 - Brian Hendrix
How many cities can you live in without ever finding "home?" Brian Hendrix is a veteran, husband, father, grand-father, IT professional, naturalist and avid bird watcher. He has traveled all over the world, but chose middle TN to be his home.
67 minutes | Mar 9, 2020
Ep 22 - Mike Guzman
What does childhood look like without parents? Mike Guzman is husband, father, and a blue collar professional. His story is one of early childhood pain and loss, ill-advised coping mechanisms, and well-timed mentors. He has an upbeat, often hilarious take on things that most of us would struggle to even imagine.
51 minutes | Feb 24, 2020
Ep 21 - Dave Whitley
How would you go about developing super powers? Dave Whitley is a husband, father, speaker, coach, and instructor. He also happens to be a literal strong man performing feats of strength for audiences all over the world.
86 minutes | Feb 10, 2020
Ep 20 - Ben Hockey
How do you know the difference between a "lucky break" and well earned recognition? Consistency. Ben Hockey is a husband, & father of 5. His life has taken him from Australia to Nashville, New Jersey, and Colorado. No matter what he decides to do, Ben is successful because of his deep curiosity and his generous heart.
67 minutes | Jan 27, 2020
Ep 19 - Sally Beasley
When given the option, why do we knowingly choose the more difficult path? Sally Beasley is a wife, mother, conservationist, and educator. In addition, she spends time volunteering with the crisis pregnancy group Portico, as well as on her passion project, Hiking4Him (https://www.facebook.com/hiking4Him/).
72 minutes | Jan 13, 2020
Ep 18 - Jacques Sirois
What should a second act look like? What does it take to overhaul the parts of life that just aren't working? Jacques Sirois has lived two very different lives. He grew up in the middle of a huge family in Vermont, and spent years as the primary caregiver for his aging parents. When that role ended, he made huge changes that have lead to a joy and freedom in life he'd not previously experienced.
72 minutes | Dec 30, 2019
Ep 17 - Pastor Henry Mugarula Solomon
How much of an impact can a single act of kindness have? Can one conversation change the course of a life? Pastor Henry Mugarula Solomon is a Ugandan pastor, husband, and father to four children. He is educated, respected, and a leader. To the homeless, parent-less child growing up on the streets of Kampala years earlier, that would have seemed impossible.
63 minutes | Dec 16, 2019
Ep 16 - Andrew Morton
Where you begin does not dictate where you finish. A quick read of Andrew Morton's childhood would leave you prepared for a very dark punchline: poverty, instability, abuse, and a series of "step-fathers." But that's just where things begin, not where they finish.
78 minutes | Dec 2, 2019
Ep 15 - Bryn Sierra
What is it like to have the happiest day of your life turn into a nightmare you can't wake up from? Bryn Sierra is a California loving daughter of the Navy, a teacher, and administrator. She's happily married with two beautiful daughters, but was the birth of her first daughter that triggered postpartum depression and anxiety, and lead her straight into the darkest days of her life.
81 minutes | Nov 18, 2019
Ep 14 - Dr. Charles Marable
Regret is poison. Avoiding it is the work of a lifetime. Dr. Charles Marable is a family doctor, father, and my friend. He has lost much in his one-man crusade against the broken model of care in modern medicine... but those losses aren't something he'll blame on others, nor is he willing to accept them as a done-deal.
66 minutes | Nov 4, 2019
Ep 13 - Jamie Yost
Lots of kids dream about bright lights in the big city. Not all of them follow that dream with so much purpose and dedication. Jamie Yost is a Tennessee native from a rural, farming community who went to some pretty extraordinary lengths to get a chance at being on the radio. Her experiences in her tiny home town and in Nashville radio has given her plenty of hilarious stories to share.
81 minutes | Oct 21, 2019
Ep 12 - Jon Thatcher
Does becoming a rock star change you? What if you're a preacher's son and barely old enough to vote? By any estimation, Jon Thatcher is a not your typical rock star. He's soft spoken, wears nondescript clothing, has zero social media presence, and your car is probably fancier than his. Also, Jon is gentle, kind, and deeply thoughtful. He also has an absolutely wicked English sense of humor that can take your knees straight out from under you.
69 minutes | Oct 7, 2019
Ep 11 - Maranda Stebbins
When life and circumstances conspire to steal your stability and joy, how do you continue to find beauty? Maranda Stebbins is an artist, daughter, sister and friend. She's gotten to travel across the country and even the world in pursuit of her craft, but it was in the most difficult circumstances of her life that she was able to find something beautiful, painful, and completely human.
67 minutes | Sep 23, 2019
Ep 10 - Eric Brown
If a doctor used the phrase "not compatible with life" to describe your baby girl, how would you respond? Eric Brown is a Nashville based photographer, husband and father. Until becoming a parent, nothing about his life would have stood out as being totally unique, but when his third daughter was diagnosed with Alobar holoprosencephaly, Eric and his family experienced the deepest levels of grief, but also discovered disproportionate joy.
80 minutes | Sep 9, 2019
Ep 09 - Craig Hargrow
Who do you want leading and teaching your children in your absence? Intentionally seeking out and identifying the sort of integrity and wisdom I want in my kids lives has been a non-stop job... but not an impossible one. Craig Hargrow exudes those qualities. He is humble, forthright, gentle and strong. What does it take to raise a man like that? What sort of parents? Experiences? Which struggles do you allow and which do you protect from? Forget the kids, how can I be more like Craig when I grow up?
72 minutes | Aug 26, 2019
Ep 08 - Amy Atkin
For modern women, having both a successful career and a family isn't an impossibility, but that doesn't mean it comes easily. Amy Atkin has been a mother, wife, and executive, and she always jumps in with both feet. In fact, she seems to thrive on going "all-in." While that strategy can lead to phenomenal success, it can also result in sudden and complete collapse.
79 minutes | Aug 12, 2019
Ep 07 - Andy Meldrum
Humans seem to have a built in preference for extremes. We don't often rest in a central position. Andy makes most people look mellow. Whether in sports as a kid, music as a teen and twenty-something, or philanthropy as an adult, Andy Meldrum is a man of passionate extremes. He knows nothing of half-measures. Where that comes from and the effect it has on himself and those around him is a fascinating story... with some unexpected twists.
69 minutes | Jul 29, 2019
Ep 06 - Bree Reynolds
Lots of people can make lemonade out of lemons, but a select few can make lemon meringue pie. Bree Reynolds was born with all of the qualifications for justified self-pity: poverty, divorced parents, and a birth defect... But that's just not her style. She's tough, tenacious, faith-filled, and very funny. Underestimate her at your peril!
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