ThinkOrphan, the podcast for orphan excellence, helping you navigate the global orphan crisis with experts from around the world.
Episode 163 [Recast] Curt Thompson, M.D. - Anatomy of the Soul
In this recast episode, you will hear from Curt Thompson, Psychiatrist and prolific author, including Anatomy of the Soul and The Soul of Shame.
Dr. Rick and Phil -- Episode 163 – Season 8 Review Show
In Episode 163, Dr. Rick and Phil have a conversation about their favorite parts about Season 8, things we can all learn from the amazing guests we have had with us this season, a recommendation about a great show, some important news about the podcast, and an opportunity that you don’t want to miss.
Elli Oswald & Karen Springs – Episode 162 – The Global Church Pledge
In Episode 162, Dr. Rick and Phil have a conversation with Elli Oswald, Executive Director of Faith to Action, and Karen Springs, of World Without Orphans.
Jeff Juhala – Episode 161 – The Power of Spontaneous Moments
In Episode 161, Dr. Rick and Phil have a conversation with Jeff Juhala, National Director of Training and Ministry Programs for For the Children.
2020 Year-End Review Show
In Episode 160, Dr. Rick and Phil look back on 2020, talk about the ups and downs of this crazy year, opportunities that have arisen because of the lockdowns and travel restrictions, a passage about eagles that has really spoken to Rick this year, and resources that have impacted them over the past 12 months. They also have a fun conversation about a TV show that most would not expect to be covered on Think Orphan.
Jared Scheppmann – Episode 159 – Addressing Root Causes and Rewriting the Story of Disability
In Episode 159, Dr. Rick and Phil have a conversation with Jared Scheppmann, Executive Director of Ekisa Ministries in Uganda.
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A Student’s Perspective
There are many treasures throughout these episodes! For a course called, “Orphaned and Vulnerable Children,” we were given this podcast to go through to listen and reflect on the conversations within various episodes. I’m so blessed to have been exposed to such insights! This podcast’s scope of conversations makes each episode worth the time to listen!! It’s not just focused on one problem within the orphan crisis which creates a great atmosphere for tough talks and vulnerability! I would recommend to all! Caring for orphaned and Vulnerable children should be a Christina “thing” rather Everyone pursuit.
Worth the Listen! :)
The Think Orphan Podcast was super informative and engaging! Something I really enjoyed was being able to go through and hear some of the same speakers on different topics. It added a level of continuity while still providing new and intriguing facts with each new podcast. I also really enjoyed hearing how the Lord worked in each of the speaker’s lives to get them to the place where they felt the urge to help those who were also in need. Some individuals went very deep with great sentiment while relaying their memories while others just enjoyed sharing what they have been learning in terms of psychological advancements or even research breakthroughs. I thought it was a pretty healthy balance that gave people a chance to share their testimony while also being able to share their expertise.
One of the best podcasts
This is such an interesting conversational podcast. Some of the topics discussed in episodes can be heartbreaking and make you want to jump into action. This podcast will change the way you see and understand issues in our messed up world.
This podcast is well laid out and they use their time well so episodes do not drag on.