Join Dr. Pamela, the Good Death Doctor, and her co-host Jodie Wert on a journey to find hope for your health, words for your weariness and faith for your fears.
Journeys through marriage and how to build a strong foundation in Jesus with Chuck and Marsha
This week Pamela sits down with friends Chuck and Marsha to talk about their journey to Jesus. Listen in to todays podcast as we talk about Marsha's journey with breast and uterine cancer, how Chuck found the lord while playing in the National Football League, and how they got through it together. We also talk about how to equip parents to help their children build a strong foundation in Jesus, while learning compassion and love for others. The "more is caught than taught" is a way of parenting that can be taken from this sit down and used in any parenting home. Listen in, you will not be disappointed!
Hope for Every Season and Hope in 60 Seconds
In this episode of Hope for Every Season, Cristina Baker joins Dr. Pamela and gets deep. From speaking about Cristina's childhood of rough circumstances to finding the Lord later in life. We get deep into the journey of finding hope and turning life around. From a short time of homelessness that resulted in Cristina finding the Lord from the kindness of a loving church going family, and from her first conversation with God in the back of a cop car, we take a journey to see how God showed himself and quickly changed Cristina's life. Press play and listen to this miraculous journey of finding not only God but finding hope and spreading it not just through people but also spreading it through multiple social media platforms.
Get to know Cristina, and follow along on her prayer journey on tiktok, Instagram, her website and order her book "Hope in 60 seconds."
Speaking about the Christianity Crisis in Nigeria with Rev. Johnnie Moore
On this episode Pamela sits down to talk to an old friend Reverend Johnnie Moore. Johnnie was previously a commissioner for the United States Commission on International Religious Freedom and president of Congress of Christian Leaders and is an American evangelical leader who with Rabbi Abraham Cooper wrote about the Christianity Crisis in Nigeria in the book The Next Jihad.
After a trip to Africa and first hand hearing about the stories of all of the persecuted Christians in Nigeria, Johnnie and Rabbi Abraham came to the realization that they needed to tell the world about this. Johnnie talks with Pamela about these stories and shares that the most important things we can do about this is share and spread these happenings to fellow Christians. As Johnnie states to Pamela "it begins with you." Please listen and share this episode to get the word out about the awful things happening to our brothers and sisters in Christ. As well as use the resources below to learn about how you can help. You can also find and follow Johnnie on twitter to keep up with what is currently going on.
Congress of Christian Leaders
The Persecution Fund
Open Doors International
Voice of Martyrs
The Jonah inheritance
Using the Tool Called Mindfulness with Jacquie O'Malley
Today I had the privilege of speaking to the founder of Project Mindful, Jacquie O'Malley. We dive in on developing the tools to teach humans how to love themselves and how to focus on the here and now. Learning that once we recognize, understand and manage our own emotions, we the have the ability to recognize and influence the emotions of others. This podcast felt like a therapy session and I am so grateful I got to speak to a fellow yogi that is doing so much to help not just the minds of our youth, but also the teachers that are inspiring them.
You can find more information about Project Mindful at ProjectMindful.org and find Jacquie on Instagram at @jacquie.omalley and also join in on her Facebook group for free Mindfulness Mondays meditations, Mindfulness with Jacquie.
A chat with Doctor Caliendo about his journey through life, that brought him to a life of strong faith
Dr C, a noted Vietnam war hero, and author of the book "making a believer out of a doubter," started his medical career as a Triage Officer in the Vietnam war after only medical school and a year of a rotating internship. He always liked the ER but was in now way prepared for what he was seeing. After a week of seeing over 200 mamed kids, he was sure that he was supposed to be there but continued to hope and wish for the days to get brighter. After the war Dr. C. had a tragic accident involving a tractor on his farm and became paralyzed. Dr Pamela and Dr C. talk about how in his darkest hour he became a believer and hope truly came into his life.
This story is one of the most inspirational and heart wrenching stories I have had the pleasure of hearing first hand. Join us today to listen to the story of this courageous man and how his journey brought him, unexpectedly, to his strong faith.
Navigating Childhood Grief with Sydney Ford
After losing her dad unexpectedly at ten years old, Sydney speaks to the importance of allowing and aiding children in processing grief. At 16 Sydney began speaking to children throughout her community and around the nation encouraging them to understand and talk through their grief following childhood loss. Now, as a 27 year old, Sydney is a practicing lawyer working as an advocate and fighting for hope in juvenile justice.