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Real stories of redemption from men who have the Courage to be vulnerable and tell their stories of hope

The Wild Courage Podcast Jeremy B Morris

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9 • 67 Ratings

Real stories of redemption from men who have the Courage to be vulnerable and tell their stories of hope

    Scott Van Leuven, Buckaroo, Horseman and loyal friend.

    Scott Van Leuven, Buckaroo, Horseman and loyal friend.

    Scott grew up on a farm in Idaho and quickly decided that wasn't the life for him.  He left home at an early age and worked in Idaho and Montana in his teens before heading to Nevada. The buckaroo lifestyle took ahold, but so did the drinking.  Solitude also found its way to him and Scott found that being  alone was the answer to his anxiety that came from being around people.  After a bad horse wreck, that left him in a coma, Scott went on the journey of self discovery.   He realized how his many  injuries had taken their toll.  He openly shares his journey with drinking and his relationship with God and religion.

    Scott is as honest and hard working as they come.  He is the cowboss at the historic C Punch ranch, which is the largest ranch, in Nevada,  inside one fence, 1,000,000 acres with no cross fences.

    Scott and his wife, Andrea are the founders of the Buckaroo Traditions Gathering Big loop roping. Their event will be this Nov. 17-19 in Winnemucca, NV.   For more info check www.btgathering.com

    Wild Courage Fall retreat Nov 3-5
    if interested email info@thewildcourage.life
    this retreat will be held at www.rcretreat.com

    • 1 hr 47 min
    Austin CuddieHudson, Army Ranger.

    Austin CuddieHudson, Army Ranger.

    Austin started his military career in between his junior and senior year of high school in the army reserve. He worked his way up from the reserves to the 82nd airborne and then on to staff sergeant in the ranger regiment.  After completing 3 tours in the Middle East, he retired from the military, settled with his wife, Chloe in Idaho and has been pursuing the cowboy lifestyle. 

    • 1 hr 55 min
    Greg Allred. Cowboy. If you know him, you love him.

    Greg Allred. Cowboy. If you know him, you love him.

    In this episode, Jeremy talks with Greg, his friend for almost 30 years.  Greg has cowboyed in Wyoming, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Utah.  He is as humble and hard working as they come.  He grew up as one of five kids in Star Valley, Wyoming.  He shares his journey of finding self worth after a failed marriage, overcoming guilt and shame from religious institutions and how he has found a personal relationship with the Father. He eventually found love and is on the self exploration journey as a husband and a father.  He is kind and as good a human as you can find.

    Check out Greg and his sons gear on Facebook @ Flathatleather

    • 2 hr 8 min
    Life after losing your Dad

    Life after losing your Dad

    Mike Evenson and I dive into the our journeys of losing our dads.  We visit about what we have learned about grieving and holding the tension of being honest about our relationship with our fathers and honoring them.

    • 1 hr 31 min
    David Simmons, jack of all trades master of some.

    David Simmons, jack of all trades master of some.

    David is a cowboy, gear maker, farrier, gym owner, husband, father and all around hand. David shares his experience growing up in a broken home, the events that shaped his life in collage and how he has chased down the things he's passionate about. This was a super fun conversation with a loyal friend. 

    • 1 hr 42 min
    Jane Golliher, warrior.

    Jane Golliher, warrior.

    Jane was born and raised in WY,  on a very rural ranch. Her grandfather homesteaded just outside of Jackson Hole near Yellowstone National Park. In this episode, Jane shares the rich history of her family and how she and her sisters worked side by side with their dad on the ranch making ends meet during the hard times and long winters. Jane also shares how she chose to chase healing vs being a victim after 2 failed marriages and being a single mom of two boys. Her wisdom is so pure and powerful and comes from a deep place of humility. Jane is a treasure to all that get the honor of knowing her.


    • 1 hr 5 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
67 Ratings

67 Ratings

August Hutchison ,

Food for every man

I started listening Fall of 2022. I had just started listening to podcasts at that time. After engaging in these lives that are scared, this is the rule I judge all podcasts by. I now listen to 4 or 4 other podcasts that I found from this one. I’m in construction, don’t hunt, don’t ride horses but I can relate to every person who speaks on this show.

I only wish episodes were released more often!

I’m really looking forward to going to a retreat in the future. Keep the fire going Wild Courage! Thanks Jeremy!

Lisa-Marie Black ,

Every man needs this!

I love the raw vulnerability and blatant masculinity displayed in this podcast! This will bring healing to men, and help woman understand how to love and support their hearts!

Travel Foodie ,

Great conversations with great and real men

Just stumbled across episode #7 with Ross Knox; who while I only met in 2021, I count as a dear brother and friend for life. Jason, great conversation with Ross. Ross is a true cowboy / horseman in every since of the word. I look forward to continuing to listen to your work, but if the others are anything close to this; I’ll be listening to them all. As Ross would say; Adios my friend!

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