Now I See is a gathering place for people to engage, educate and elevate by sharing eye-opening experiences through interviews, podcasts, blogs, artwork, teaching videos, music and more.
Dennis Conrad, Author
Author Dennis Conrad shares his love of history, coln-collecting and story-telling in his latest book, Two-Cent Piece, the first of the In God We Trust children’s book series. Dennis has published numerous titles, is a retired professor of speech communications, a certified teacher of English as a Foreign Language, a world traveler, a weekly blogger, and a Fellow of the National Writing Project.
Tricia Kinsman, Hope and Healing
Join a frank conversation with trauma survivor Tricia Kinsman, who is turning her painful past into a glorious future for herself and others as director of the Hope and Healing Ministries in Irving, Texas. Tricia’s wisdom and compassion, and years of experience as a certified enneagram and life coach can help bring assurance, confidence, comfort, and relief to those who hurt, in this episode of Now I See.
Rusten Bridges, Actor and Model
Rusten Bridges is a young model and actor, currently enrolled in the Grand Prairie Fine Art Academy. He has appeared in almost a dozen live stage performances, including one in NYC this summer, and the production of Rogers and Hammerstein’s musical State Fair! running this weekend and next in the Dallas area. Join Rusten and host Kit McCarty for fun at the State Fair on this week’s episode of Now I See.
Kim Vogel Sawyer, Author
Join us for conversation with highly acclaimed, award-winning, best-selling author Kim Vogel Sawyer on the release of her latest novel, Still My Forever. Kim draws on her midwest values and experiences to write beautifully crafted gentle stories of hope, love, and loss, rejection and reunion, longing and romance. She has nearly 60 titles, with over 1.5 million copies, in seven languages.
Meagan Haasbroek, Isaiah 117 House
Meagan Haasbroek, Dallas County Program Coordinator at Isaiah 117 House, is changing the way foster care begins by creating a safe and welcoming home for children who have been removed from their families and are awaiting foster placement. Join us for a conversation about the local and national Isaiah 117 House initiative, and how you can help kids in crisis in your community.
Russell Stendal, Jr., Actor
Russell Stendal Junior, star of the movie The Parrish of the Pines, re-enacts the life and ministry of the 19th-century frontier 19th-century evangelist Frank Higgins, whose story is surprisingly similar to that of his own father, Russell Stendal, 200 years later. Hear how their stories of courage, perseverance, creativity, and resourcefulness changed the course of history and impacted the life of this week’s guest, actor Russell Stendal Junior.
Kit McCarty has a gift for finding people with interesting stories. The format is the same, but the guests are all different. I look forward to each week’s show.
Inspiring and filled with hope!
Kit has a God-given gift to connect with people. I believe this podcast elevates that gift as she invites people from all walks of life to share their story, and leave listeners with unending hope. Her ministry is inspiring, and I believe any one who listens will have their heart set on fire to pursue the healing and calling God has ordained for their life. No matter how different each interview is, there is something beautiful to be taken away from. Invite the Holy Spirit in, and ask Him to reveal to you what He longs to teach you!
Highly recommend to any and all!! Thank you Kit!
An enjoyable listen
Interesting stories from a wide variety of topics. Kit does a great job helping the guest tell their stories and celebrating who they are. Very enjoyable.