5 episodes

On the Common Good Podcast, we highlight everyday people-of-faith in and around our church, who are finding unique and creative ways to utilize their passions, skills, resources and influence for the common good.

The hope is that in sharing these stories, you’ll be inspired, encouraged, and challenged to lean into your own unique God-given calling and purpose, so that you too, can be used by God to bring about the common good in the places that you influence.

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    • Religion & Spirituality

On the Common Good Podcast, we highlight everyday people-of-faith in and around our church, who are finding unique and creative ways to utilize their passions, skills, resources and influence for the common good.

The hope is that in sharing these stories, you’ll be inspired, encouraged, and challenged to lean into your own unique God-given calling and purpose, so that you too, can be used by God to bring about the common good in the places that you influence.

    Asian Americans & Racism with Sam Louie

    Asian Americans & Racism with Sam Louie

    Psychotherapist, motivational speaker, former journalist, and spoken word poet Sam Louie discusses issues of race, culture and psychology as it pertains to the Asian American experience. He also unpacks a recent news feature he did with ABC News on the problematic racialization of the COVID-19 pandemic on AAPIs, including President Trump's use of the term "Chinese Virus" to describe the virus.

    About Sam Louie:

    SAM LOUIE, MA, LHMC is a psychotherapist with a private practice near Seattle, Washington specializing in multicultural issues, shame and addictions. He holds a Master’s degree in Clinical Psychology from Azusa Pacific University in Southern California. Sam comes from an extensive journalism background having worked as an Emmy-Award Winning television reporter. He currently writes a popular blog for Psychology Today, Minority Report: Candid Conversations on Race, Culture, and Psychology. In addition, he has published two poetry books, Spoken not Broken: Healing through Poetry and Slanted Eyes: The Asian-American Poetic Experience. His clinical publication, Asian Shame and Addiction: Suffering in Silence focuses on Asian collectivism and cultural shame and its impact on the mental health of Asians worldwide.

    Website: http://www.samlouiespeaks.com/

    • 34 min
    Mental Health w/ Dr. Kelly Mark

    Mental Health w/ Dr. Kelly Mark

    Dr. Kelly Mark is a licensed clinical psychologist, who provides psychotherapy treatment (ie “therapy”) to adolescents and adults coping with anxiety, depression, histories of trauma, life transitions, and relational issues. Kelly is passionate about the integration of faith and psychology and believes healing comes through relationship. In addition to providing therapy to clients, Kelly enjoys providing psychological education to the local community. Outside of work, Kelly enjoys connecting with loved ones, playing sports, watching trashy reality shows, and exercising to dance workout videos.

    Contact and Website:

    kellymarkpsyd.rcc@gmail.com

    www.restorationchristiancounseling.com

    • 42 min
    Faith & Yoga with Jen Lu

    Faith & Yoga with Jen Lu

    Yoga instructor Jen Lu tells her story about the role yoga has played in her journey of faith, and the positive impact it has on her life today.

    • 40 min
    Dr. Joshua Liao + COVID-19

    Dr. Joshua Liao + COVID-19

    In Episode 2 of the CG Podcast, podcast host Royce Yuen interviews Dr. Joshua Liao on the current COVID-19 pandemic.  

    Twitter: @JoshuaLiaoMD 

    A COVID Critic's Guide: https://medium.com/@joshualiao

    • 43 min
    Ethical Fashion: Marky Sandico-Lee

    Ethical Fashion: Marky Sandico-Lee

    Podcast host Royce Yuen interviews Seattle-based ethical fashion blogger, Marky Sandico-Lee on her experience in slow & sustainable fashion, influencer marketing, and living out her faith for the common good.

    • 30 min

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