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29 minutes | Feb 28, 2020
Liz Gwyn (Author of Amazing Stories of Life After Death)
Join us in our discussion of true stories of angelic appearances, afterlife experiences, and divine occurrences from a special care unit nurse. Dr. Liz Gwyn shares her life as she carries her faith through her nursing practice.
29 minutes | Feb 6, 2020
Don Fries and Bev Bow (Healthy World Sedona)
Learn the elements of a Whole Food Plant-Based (WFPB) Lifestyle by two long-time healthful eating believers. It is a proven sustainable path to a long and healthy life. Don Fries and Bev Bow from Arizona-based Healthy World Sedona share their tips to start your way on your WFPB journey to manage chronic conditions and reverse dementia and the aging process. www.healthyworldsedona.com
29 minutes | Jan 31, 2020
David McAlvany (Author of The Intentional Legacy)
David McAlvany speaks with me about his thoughtful memoir and musings on the power of legacy, and what it means to create a meaningful family culture. He says loving one another, making new connections, serving our community is how we are to live. There are many more way to leave a legacy that doesn't equate to financial gifts. Listen for his fascinating take on the four generational family work ethic - it's quite provocative, and quite realistic. The Intentional Legacy: https://www.amazon.com/Intentional-Legacy-David-McAlvany/dp/1943217432
28 minutes | Jan 10, 2020
Judge Carolyn Miller Parr (Author of Love's Way)
Carolyn Miller Parr is a retired judge, mediator, writer, and public speaker. Her first book, In The Secret Service; The True Story of the Man Who Saved President Reagan's Life with late husband Jerry Parr, retells the story of the March 30, 1981 assassination attempt on Ronald Reagan, as seen by the Agent whose quick action changed history. Love's Way: Living Peacefully With Your Family as Your Parents Age with Sig Cohen, grew out of their joint mediation practice.
28 minutes | Dec 20, 2019
Tom Schaive (Pastor of Gateway Church, Portland OR)
Pastor Tom shares the ministry of Gateway's Grief Share program which gives a safe space to have conversations about death and dying, these can be incredibly meaningful and powerful. All are welcome, even those who do not attend Gateway Church. https://www.griefshare.org/
28 minutes | Dec 16, 2019
Mark Turnbull (ComForCare Home Care/Aging in Portland radio host)
Elizabeth Fournier interviews fellow KKPZ-AM radio host, Mark Turnbull, in this discussion about proactive aging and the beauty of living. For more information about "Aging in Portland" radio show: http://aginginportland.com/ For more information about ComForCare: https://www.comforcare.com/oregon/
28 minutes | Dec 13, 2019
Anne Richardson (Chaplain and Veriditas labyrinth facilitator)
Anne joins us to talk about her path of listening to others on the deep soul level by allowing people to look at their grief with tenderness, without fear. Anne Richardson, M.A., is a board certified chaplain, certified spiritual director, certified Veriditas labyrinth facilitator and poet based in Portland, Oregon. Anne established Nurture Your Journey in 2016 after working in home hospice for more than seven years. What to expect when working with Anne: http://nurtureyourjourney.net/spiritual-direction-spiritual-companion
28 minutes | Dec 3, 2019
Bob Kuenzli (93 Year Young Man)
Meet Bob, a feisty and full-of-life 93 Year old Salem, Oregon man who graciously shares his colorful life story with us.
28 minutes | Oct 31, 2019
Robin Bertram (Author of Hidden Treasures: Finding Hope at the End of Life's Journey)
As an author, seasoned conference speaker, and former host of the nationally syndicated television program Freedom Today, Robin Bertram brings a wealth of knowledge to the pages of her book, Hidden Treasures.
29 minutes | Sep 24, 2019
Kristi Hugstad (Author of Beneath the Surface)
My guest today is Kristi Hugstad, a grief recovery specialist who writes for Huffington Post as well as hosting a radio show, offering public speaking engagements is the author of Beneath the Surface: A Teen’s Guide to Reaching Out when You or Your Friend Is in Crisis. Ever since her husband completed suicide in 2012, after years of struggling with clinical depression, by running in front of a train, she has dedicated her life to helping to abolish the stigma of mental illness and suicide. A certified grief recovery specialist and a grief and loss facilitator for recovering addicts at South Coast Behavioral Health, Kristi frequently speaks at high schools. She is also the host of The Grief Girl podcast and lives in Orange County, California. Visit her online at https://www.thegriefgirl.com.
28 minutes | Sep 24, 2019
J Dana Trent (Author of Dessert First : Preparing for Death While Savoring Life)
Dana Trent is an author who makes our lives more bearable as we deal with grief with her tender heart and lovable personality. She is a is a graduate of Duke Divinity School and professor of World Religions and Critical Thinking at Wake Tech Community College. An ordained Baptist minister and former hospital chaplain, her work has appeared on Time.com, and in Religion News Service, Sojourners, Religion Dispatches, and The Christian Century. Her book invites the reader on a rich journey of considering death—our own and our loved ones’—as a sweet spiritual part of life, rather than a dreaded destination. And did I mention she is lovable? https://jdanatrent.com/
29 minutes | Sep 5, 2019
Baier & Anne Fine (Brave Sky Ranch)
My guests today are Baier and Anne Fine from Brave Sky Ranch in Idaho Falls, Idaho, where they believe interaction with horses is the key to solving the mystery of healing the heart. Brave Sky Ranch also believes that friendship with horses is an incredible and unsung tool to help individuals move forward, away from past trauma and pain.
28 minutes | Sep 5, 2019
Lisa Smartt (Author of Words at the Threshold)
Lisa Smartt is the author of Words at the Threshold, a book dedicated to the final words of the dying. When Lisa's father became terminally ill with cancer, she began recording his conversations and noticed that his personality showed some curious changes. Once a skeptical man with a secular worldview, he developed a deeply spiritual outlook in his final days — a change that was reflected in his language. Lisa came from a background of linguistics training and majored in linguistics at UC Berkeley so this provoked her to track his final words. http://www.finalwordsproject.org/
28 minutes | Aug 16, 2019
Dave Kieta (Young son miraculously healed from rare form of cancer)
An amazing story about a very amazing little boy.
28 minutes | Aug 8, 2019
Kathleen Lundquist (Funeral Vocalist)
Meet a funeral singer: In her music, Kathleen Lundquist seeks the pathway to love that lasts, plunging into the ocean of human emotion to find truths of the spirit. Her songwriting explores issues of faith, love, fear, anger, tragedy, healing, and hope. In her experience, encountering the Light is much more meaningful for those who feel their darkness. http://mystagogia.net/index/
29 minutes | Aug 3, 2019
Shane J. Wood (Author of Between Two Trees)
My guest today is Dr. Shane J. Wood, the professor of New Testament Studies and Associate Academic Dean at Ozark Christian College, and author of the new book, Between Two Trees.: Our Transformation from Death to Life.... And super fan of the enneagram. www.shanejwood.com
28 minutes | Aug 3, 2019
Lora Jones (Author of Song of a Wounded Heart)
My guest today is Lora Jones, author of Song of a Wounded Heart. She is an inspirational speaker and lives in Liberal, Kansas. In November 2004, Lora Jones was a happy wife and proud mother of two beautiful children. Lora and her family left for a family vacation, excited to celebrate the holidays, but sounds of music and laughter in their van were shattered by a head-on collision. Lora watched helplessly as, one-by-one, her beloved family slipped into eternity. Awake in a nightmare, all traces of laughter were replaced by the mournful cries of a wounded heart. How in the world could Lora go on alone?Song of a Wounded Heart tells the true story of Lora’s journey from death to hope. Unbelievably, God sang to her the night of the accident. https://www.lorajones.org
29 minutes | Jul 30, 2019
Melinda Gustafson Gervasi (How to Leave a Legacy)
Melinda Gustafson Gervasi is an Attorney at Law in the lovely city of Madison, Wisconsin. She’s the author of “Middle Class Philanthropist: How Anyone Can Leave a Legacy.” During the course of her legal practice, Melinda recognized a need for clients who are working on estate planning but had no obvious heir. In this book, she redefines the conventional view of philanthropy, by providing simple and practical tools for anyone to follow to leave their own legacy. http://gustafsonlegal.blogspot.com/
28 minutes | Jul 1, 2019
Mike Nappa (Author of Hard Way Home: A Woman's Inspiring Battle With Cancer and the Lives She Touched)
Mike wrote “Hard Way Home,” his story about the biggest things in life, which is ironic because it ends with a death. When Amy Nappa was unexpectedly diagnosed with Stage IV-B uterine cancer, her life and that of her husband's, Mike, changed forever . For more information: www.nappaland.com
28 minutes | Jun 26, 2019
Rico Kaplan (Author / Street Preacher / Cross Maker)
Rico discusses his books, Fire in My Bones, and Pastah! Tales From the Feet of a Street Minister.
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