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Discussions to re-engage our lives, find joy, face our fears and start new conversations to deepen our connection within ourselves and our community

Changing Company Thad Cummings

    • Health & Fitness

Discussions to re-engage our lives, find joy, face our fears and start new conversations to deepen our connection within ourselves and our community

    # 26 (S#) Steve Gumaer - Loving well through war and genocide

    # 26 (S#) Steve Gumaer - Loving well through war and genocide

    This is singlehandedly one of the most inspiring and challenging conversations I’ve ever had. Join us as we hear the founder of Partners Relief and Development, Steve Gumaer, share stories on bringing hope and love to areas of our world plagued by war. For more information, visit: www.Partners.ngo to find out how you can get involved.

    # 25 (S3) Chuck DeGroat - Healing the Divided Self

    # 25 (S3) Chuck DeGroat - Healing the Divided Self

    Join us this week to chat with Chuck as he shares his story struggling with worthiness to busyness and the journey he is on to find wholeness within himself. His book: “Wholeheartedness - Busyness, Exhaustion, and Healing the Divided Self” is available where all books are sold and you can get connected with chuck at: www.chuckdegroat.net

    # 24 (S3) Lisa Sharon Harper - The Very Good Gospel

    # 24 (S3) Lisa Sharon Harper - The Very Good Gospel

    Do we want to “make America great again” or do we want to “make America well for the first time”… We are going to dive in with Lisa and her book The Very Good Gospel to discuss issues of race, poverty, gender, class, history and more and also her writings from the Christian perspective in a calling for more wholeness and shalom in this life through these topics. I hope you learn as much as I did from this conversation and visit: www.LisaSharonHarper.com or purchase a copy of her book; The Very Good Gospel

    # 23 (S3) Josh Bishop - the benefits of generosity

    # 23 (S3) Josh Bishop - the benefits of generosity

    This is one of the best interviews yet with a lot of ideas to chew on from generosity and joy to shame a trauma to the health of our society. Josh is a licensed therapist and runs the Center for Trauma Recovery and Counseling. If this podcast inspired you in any way in your journey, Josh can be reached at joshua@centerfortrc.com or visit www.centerfortrc.com

    # 22 (S3) Irene Butter - enduring the Holocaust and her memoir, Shores Beyond Shores

    # 22 (S3) Irene Butter - enduring the Holocaust and her memoir, Shores Beyond Shores

    Irene Butter shares a part of her story as a Jewish family living under Nazi rule during the Holocuast and what these grave lessons of history have to teach us about our culture today. Today, I am lucky enough to share part of her story with you.Her memoir is one of the most beautiful written and painful stories I have ever read and I promise you won’t regret getting it; Shores Beyond Shores (www.IreneButter.com). Join us to keep the conversation going in a world that so desperately needs to hear Irene's wisdom. 

    # 21 (S3) Diet Eman and the underground resistance of the Holocaust

    # 21 (S3) Diet Eman and the underground resistance of the Holocaust

    Today we get to share a brief snippet of the conversation I had with Diet Eman, at 99 years old, who was a leader in an underground resistance movement against Nazi occupied Holland. Her and her group were apart of rescuing 61 jewish persons from persecution as well as providing aid to countless others. Her book, The Things We Couldn’t Say, is well worth the read.

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