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This podcast is a community of hope in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Dr. Colleen Batchelder, Founder and Executive Director of LOUD Summit, interviews a variety of people from various faith and nonfaith backgrounds and asks them one question: How are you personally finding hope right now?

30 Days of Hope poses the same question to faith leaders, professors, spiritualists, parents, students, and skeptics, and each one inspires listeners with their stories, their perspectives, and their gifts of hope.

If you're looking for hope right now, subscribe! #wereallinthistogether

30 Days of Hope Colleen M Batchelder

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This podcast is a community of hope in response to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Dr. Colleen Batchelder, Founder and Executive Director of LOUD Summit, interviews a variety of people from various faith and nonfaith backgrounds and asks them one question: How are you personally finding hope right now?

30 Days of Hope poses the same question to faith leaders, professors, spiritualists, parents, students, and skeptics, and each one inspires listeners with their stories, their perspectives, and their gifts of hope.

If you're looking for hope right now, subscribe! #wereallinthistogether

    Learning how to Lead through Improv | Interview with David A. Miller, Author, Coach, Creative Leader

    Learning how to Lead through Improv | Interview with David A. Miller, Author, Coach, Creative Leader

    DAVID A. MILLER is vice president of coaching at Slingshot Group, where he helped develop the IMPROVleadership™ coaching strategy and serves as lead trainer. He has served as a pastor, speaker, teacher, and coach in diverse contexts, from thriving multisite churches to parachurch ministries. 

     Website: http://improvleadershipbook.com/

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Finding Hope in Transition and Embrace Being over Doing | Interview with Pastor Daniel Im

    Finding Hope in Transition and Embrace Being over Doing | Interview with Pastor Daniel Im

    Daniel Im is the Senior Associate Pastor of Beulah Alliance Church, a multiplying multisite church focused on reaching 1% of Edmonton for Christ. His latest book is You Are What You Do: And Six Other Lies about Work, Life, and Love. He is also the author of No Silver Bullets: Five Small Shifts that will Transform Your Ministry, and co-author of Planting Missional Churches: Your Guide to Starting Churches that Multiply (2nd ed) with Ed Stetzer.  

    Daniel is a speaker and leader who has traveled to cities like New York, Vancouver, Los Angeles, Sydney, and Seoul to teach, consult, and coach. He co-hosts the New Churches Q&A Podcast as well as the IMbetween Podcast, and his podcasts have been downloaded over 3 million times. He has pastored in five major cities around the world in churches ranging from 100 people to 50,000 people.  

    Daniel has an M.A. in Global Leadership and is a Gallup Strengths Performance Coach. He has led over 500 people through the StrengthsFinder assessment in multiple countries. He is a Maximizer, Learner, Intellection, Developer, and Strategic.  Because of their love for the local church, after pioneering and leading the church multiplication initiative for LifeWay, Daniel and his wife, Christina, moved back to Canada with their three children.  

    Personal Website: https://www.danielim.com/

    Book Website: https://danielim.com/youare/

    @DanielSangi

    • 32 min
    Finding Peace in the Inclusive Present | Interview with Zen Buddhist Chaplain, Joey Armstrong

    Finding Peace in the Inclusive Present | Interview with Zen Buddhist Chaplain, Joey Armstrong

    In this episode of 30 Days of Hope Podcast, Zen Buddhist Chaplain, Joey Armstrong shares about their experience with the evangelical church, finding peace in Buddhism, and how interfaith conversations can lead us to a place of hope. Their podcast, Earth Makers, creates space for all persons to show up authentically and receive spiritual care.



    Joey is a Zen Buddhist Chaplain. Comic. Writer. Trans Non-Binary Jedi. Queer. Singer. Fashion enthusiast. Storyteller. Podcaster. alt: @earthmakerspod

    Listen to Joey's Podcast here:  https://anchor.fm/joey-armstrong1/episodes/Hes-Not-My-President--Other-Delusions-ep87gp

    Follow Joey on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/RevJoBear

    Follow Joey's Podcast Twitter here: https://twitter.com/earthmakerspod

    • 32 min
    Inspiring “New Vision” | Interview With Krystle Allen, Founder And President Of Eyes Like Mine Inc.

    Inspiring “New Vision” | Interview With Krystle Allen, Founder And President Of Eyes Like Mine Inc.

    About Krystle Allen:

    Eyes Like Mine Inc. is a non-profit 501-C3 organization that was established in March of 2014 in Newark, New Jersey. It was founded by Krystle Allen, a Newark native, to empower, enlighten, and innovate communities in New Jersey about vision loss and the available resources for people with vision loss. At its inception, Elm Inc. was founded with the help of Naquela Wright and Ihsaan R. Muhammad Esq., along with the founder Krystle Allen to introduce a unique pattern of advocacy for individuals who are visually impaired or blind.

    Eyes Like Mine INc also host an annual empowerment pageant for women with vision loss, highlighting their straightens and talents. Also they also host a peer support zoom call on Sunday afternoons where speakers are invited and share their stories with the audience, and participants can interact and engage with others.

    Lastly, we have an audiobook club hosted on zoom on a Saturday evening. where we share a book of interest and have a lively and fun discussion.

    Connect with Cassandra Thompson on Instagram and her poetry: https://www.instagram.com/m8chafly/

    Follow us on social media Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/eyeslikemineinc

    Eyes Like Mine Inc. Website ttps://eyeslikemine.org

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/eyeslikemineinc/

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/EyesLikeMineInc

    Youtube: Eyes Like Mine Inc

    If you have any additional questions about the organization please email Krystle Allen at krystle@eyeslikemine.org

    Mentioned in this Episode:

    Donate to Eyes Like Mine Inc.: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/eyeslikemine

    • 22 min
    Finding Hope And Gaining A Healthy Mindset | Interview With Corinne MacCarty, Beachbody Coach

    Finding Hope And Gaining A Healthy Mindset | Interview With Corinne MacCarty, Beachbody Coach

    About Corinne MacCarty:

    Corinne MacCarty is a twin-mama of 5 year olds Isla and Declan, and she is married to her biggest supporter, Jeffrey MacCarty. They live in East Coventry, PA. Corinne worked in corporate finance for 11 years, until 3 years ago when she decided to take a leap of faith and invest in her family, leaving behind all the things that did not bring her joy. Her family loves kayaking and building traditions from simple experiences. Corinne loves to bake, and her chocolate chip cookies have been dubbed “famous” by the kids! This past fall Corinne had the opportunity to pursue a dream she didn’t even know she had – she became a Beachbody Coach!

    My email: camaccarty@gmail.com

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/corinne.maccarty

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/corinnemaccarty

    My website: https://mysite.coach.teambeachbody.com?coachId=2394775&locale=en_US

    Mentioned in this Episode:

    Beachbody: https://www.teambeachbody.com/shop/us

    • 27 min
    Understanding The World And Faith Through Fashion, Dr Robert Covolo, Cultural Theologian

    Understanding The World And Faith Through Fashion, Dr Robert Covolo, Cultural Theologian

    About Dr. Robert Covolo:

    Robert Covolo (PhD VU Amsterdam) is a cultural theologian residing in Los Angeles. He has served as a scholar at the Visual Faith Institute of Art and Architecture, on faculty at the Torrey Honors Institute, and currently directs the Center for Pastoral Residents, Christ Church Sierra Madre.

    My website: https://robertcovolo.academia.edu

    Mentioned in this Episode:

    Fashion Theology Book: https://amzn.to/2XVpK58

    • 25 min

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