Episodes

Beehold

From his work with local nuns looking for answers about their barren apple trees to his consulting with golf courses in natural habitat management to

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Respect

Here we are a year into Covid and it’s still part of the landscape. But as restrictions ease, there is light at the end of the tunnel for those struggling to make ends meet. But, there’s one issue that cannot be fixed by open doors, micro-grants or stimulus checks, and that is the inequity of representation of women in the music industry.

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Testimony

For two Jewish women whose parents miraculously survived the Holocaust, storytelling as a means of remembering the tales of horror and heroism are part of their family

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One’s Breath

We may call nurses humanitarian super heroes for any number of reasons, but at the end of the day they are people just like the

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Now What?!

Maria Yuan learned the meaning of democratic civic engagement by witnessing the journey of her immigrant family and how they embraced their duties as new

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Sound of Silence

Imagine, or maybe you don’t have to, caring for a dependent with a sensory processing disorder.  In the United States alone 1 in 20 people

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Forgotten

This is a true, ongoing story of David versus Goliath.  Of a tiny, 100-year-old Baptist church that – like David, stands alone in stark contrast

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Brewed

What if buying a large cappuccino, could significantly change a person’s life?  Sound implausible? Think again. For one woman, opening a small restaurant staffed by

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The Last One Out

Think Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones, Stranger Things, Harry Potter.  Dungeons and Dragons is a  game of where friends as fictional characters embark

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#theshowmustbepaused

In light of recent events we’d like to take a moment to #stoptheshow and allow listeners to be quiet, focus on their communities and embrace

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Dumpster

For one woman in Teton County, Wyoming, education exposed her to concepts and truths about nutrition’s roll in the health of our communities. A most

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Sweetie

Champale Anderson wasn’t raised with wealth but she remembers goodness around her.   Today she is that most important person to her north St. Louis neighborhood. 

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Rescued

What animals bring to society – to our families, into our homes or our work – is priceless. But sometimes, their lives don’t start out

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Music in the Mitten

There’s a special bond among Michiganers, particularly in the music community.  And there is one woman, Elle Lively -Pelegrom, in this unique fraternity who is

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Does Anyone Need?

The weight of one man’s gratitude triggered a movement in Pittsburgh that can’t be missed.  Sometimes it’s manifested in a small home repair.  Sometimes it’s

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Moms on a Mission

Bridging humor with dreaming and exploring big ideas.  Taking risks.  Building trust.  Experimenting.  Valuing & encouraging play.  Children making a difference in their own lives

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EJ Precisely

Eric Wallner, is a visionary who is powered by the sun, art, invention and thermal winds – self-taught and with quiet focus, he looks for

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Take Me Home

West Virginia is home to spectacular river valleys, stunning mountainous terrain, important natural resources and a strong sense of belonging.  Its a state of unimaginable beauty

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Settle In

Jenna and Chris Simpler chose the Poconos and have invested both significant amounts of money and time in this revitalization – valuing the history, natural beauty and economic opportunities of these mountain communities. The Simpler’s call it “Everything Old is New Again”. Jenna and Chris are a wonderful example of when spouses work together well. You’ll fall in love with their visions for making hospitality more inclusive, more sustainable and their passion and commitment to caring for others.

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Never Give-r Up

Have you ever wondered…. How a brand is born?  It is an idea?  Is it a philosophy?  Or could it be both? 7 years ago,

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Welcome to Eden

Episode One travel with us deep into the heart of Texas. You’ll meet a woman whose green eyes twinkle with secrets and if you ask Craig Pfluger about the magic, he’ll say “It’s the music”. For a small town in its heart, music struck a chord. It’s called Eden and our story starts here.

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