Everyday heroes, young to old, are interviewed to glean their wisdom and secrets for living well. Inspired by Phillipians 4:8, topics that are true, honorable, right, pure, lovely, of good repute, excellent and worthy of praise are discussed, dissected, and respectfully debated. As a mother of six, seminary student, breast cancer survivor, and wife of 30 years, Beth includes many personal helpful tidbits surrounding parenting, health, marriage and spiritual living. Prepare to be inspired!
Full of Life: Jay Conner
Seventy-six year old Jay Conner teaches us how to be active in both body and mind, by focusing on "not letting the old man in."
Rethinking Education: It's About Time!
Having educated children by homeschooling, and both public and private schools, Beth shares her perspective: with all eyes on education in the nation, it's time to rethink our present system, with only our children's best interest in mind.
A Life Tansformed
Darkness has such a hold on a young man that he decides to end it all. A moment later, everything changes. What happened? Wesley Bartlett shares his story of how a "chance" meeting with his creator dramatically changed his life, showing how no one is beyond the compassion of God's grace.
Changing Course with Courage
Perhaps everyone reaches a point in their life when they have to go one of two ways, and the results will be nothing short of life-changing. What do you do? Take the easy, sure path, or venture out into the unknown? At 37, John Morse decided to become a doctor. Is it even possible to get into med school at 37? For John, there was no looking back; only forward with courage. Let me introduce you to Dr. John Morse, who has been serving his community as a physician for 32 years.
Aging in America
Aging Americans have an experience that is unique to America; other countries do not treat their elders like we do in America. Our culture of glorified youth does not value our elders. No wonder, then, that our senior population does not feel empowered to contribute to society! It's time to alter our culture to take advantage of our most undervalued resource: our senior population.
Callan Kreidel, Beautiful Survivor!
Three weeks before graduating college, Callan was diagnosed with a form of lymphoma, requiring six months of brutal chemotherapy. At twenty-three, she is a writer, artist, and tough-as-nails survivor. Hear what kept her going, and why she proclaims one name as the reason she is victor, through every trial and joy of life.
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Great first episode!
I really enjoyed your first episode. Selflessness is something that needs to be talked about more not less, especially in a culture that is heading more and more in the other direction. I’m looking forward to the next episode! Thank you!