What Now was created to address the stigma that surrounds certain cultural norms in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in an open and honest way in an effort to create more understanding, hope and healing, while still supporting church doctrine. Host: Mary Alice Hatch
Mental Paralysis- Quadriplegic, Chad Hymas, shares strategies on how to create a productive mindset.
At the age of 27, Chad Hymas became a quadriplegic when a 2,000 pound bale of hay fell on his neck, leaving his life forever altered, but Chad’s dreams were not paralyzed that day. Chad’s experience with pushing through his physical disabilities allowed him to unleash his mental capabilities. Chad shares how we are only disabled when we allow our negative thoughts and self-defeating behavior to paralyze us. As an inductee into the Nation Speaker Hall of Fame, Chad has traveled the globe, physically and now virtually, with his powerful message about how to overcome fear and doubt, allowing us to achieve levels of productivity and influence that we never knew were imaginable!
YSA Cultural Makeover-A discussion with Rob Ferrell, YSA bishop and stake president, about YSA challenges and empowering solutions for our rising generation
Join me as I speak with Rob Ferrell who has spent over 10 years as a YSA bishop and stake president. He shares some of the hurdles that young single adults face today and how they can navigate these challenges. Rob honestly addresses the needed cultural changes for the YSA program and strategies to help young single adults become more empowered and draw closer to Christ.
Increase Your Impact-Justin Sua, Tampa Bay Rays mental coach, talks about managing your mindset
Join me as I speak with Justin Sua, elite performance mental and leadership coach, currently working with MLB Tampa Bay Rays, where he shares strategies for how to fight through difficulty and uncertainty, leading to increased productivity and progression. Justin also shares strategies for how to cultivate a positive mindset, leaving us uplifted and inspired.
How to Enjoy Scripture Study-Cali Black, scriptorian and founder of Come Follow Me Study, shares her strategies for how to make scripture study more meaningful and fun!
Join me as I speak with scriptorian and Come Follow Me Study founder, Cali Black, where she shares her strategies on how to make scripture study more meaningful and fun! Cali shares tips for how to transition from just reading the scriptures to studying the scriptures in a way that will make them more relatable allowing them to be a trusted resource for our lives!
Breaking Free From Pornography- Behavior coach, Zach Spafford, shares strategies for those who struggle with pornography and for their loved ones.
Join me as I speak with behavior coach, Zach Spafford, about his personal journey with pornography and how he overcame a 25 year. habit. He shares important strategies on how to break the negative cycle and recognize our personal power as well as important advice for spouses, parents and friends on how to help someone who is struggling in a way that leads to lasting change. Zach also shares tips on how to communicate effectively with our loved ones who struggle to create a positive outcome, free from shame and guilt.
The Power of Unconditional Love- LDS marriage and family therapist, Jonathan Decker, shares his strategies for diffusing conflict and maintaining healthy relationships
Join me as I speak with seasoned LDS marriage and family therapist, Jonathan Decker, about the dangers of conditional love. Jonathan shares important insights on how to maintain healthy relationships, even when we don’t agree with our loved one’s choices. Jonathan shares essential strategies for how to avoid the temptation to control, shame, and judge in an effort to foster harmony and unconditional love.
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Love This Show!
This is a wonderful show that explores some great topics. The topics are very relevant to what church members are facing today. If you need an uplifting and insightful podcast, than this a great one to listen to.
A Much Needed Voice In Our Church Culture
This podcast source is so very needed to help us better navigate challenging issues in our church’s culture. The variety of topics addressed in these podcasts are things we need to be talking about MORE! Mary Alice is seeking out knowledgeable sources with experience who can help us look at situations that we and others might be going through, in a new light. The complete honesty with her guests and sometimes what may be considered “uncomfortable topics” being sensitively discussed lets people know, they are not alone!
Marriott interviews Hilton
Kinda funny when you think about it. But i love this episode. Loved John’s book and love the concept of fence laws and how we should be thinking about them.