We strive to be a rational voice in a blustering world of strong opinions. We hope to help you see the other side. Our goal is to talk about issues that the church isn't talking about or isn't talking about well. Carol and Dave are both Christians and life long learners and endlessly curious. We believe all truth is God's truth.
An open letter on grief
On this episode Dave and Carol interview their friend Tina Mallery. One of the reasons we started this podcast 2 and a half years ago was so that we could talk about things that the church wasn't talking about well or wasn't talking about at all.
Grief is one of those topics. Tina has had to deal with more than her fair share of grief in her life. We talk to her about what how she met her husband and what happened when she lost him over 3 years ago.
blind musician Tony Gebhard
We welcome Tony Gebhard to the show! Tony is an amazing musician who also happens to be blind. Carol and I talk to Tony about his story and get an idea of what it is like to have a disability and how it doesn't slow him down! We laugh a lot during this episode and get some great insight of what it means to live life without a sense that most of us take for granted.
In this episode we dive back into Carol's life. We talk about her recovery from trauma in her life. She is going through EMDR which helps those who are suffering from PTSD. We dive into a little bit of the science and hear more of her story.
Paul Hulford part 2
We welcome Paul back for this episode to continue his story. One of our main questions: how does a man get voted in as a pastor when "heroin addict" is on the resume??
with Paul Hulford
On this episode we welcome Pastor Paul Hulford. He is a pastor, husband, father and...former heroin addict???
Paul has a fascinating, unique story.
This is part one of a two parter.
To kneel or not to kneel
This is one of the hottest issues in our country right now- Should players kneel during the national anthem? What should we make of this controversy? Are these spoiled millionaires trying to draw attention to themselves or is this a peaceful protest trying to highlight a valid issue?
Or something in between?
Chad and I discuss this with a couple of call in guests- one is a former Marine and the other has years of coaching experience.
Join the discussion!
I’m an EMDR Therapist and I really enjoyed listening to your experience. You did an excellent job of describing what EMDR is but more importantly how it impacted you life. Thanks so much for sharing!
As someone that is currently going through the process of EMDR, I found this episode to be extremely helpful, educational, and accurate. It was nice to not feel so alone.
Carol, I am so grateful that you had the strength and courage to share your story.