This Feels Different

Finally. Our voices are beginning to be heard. It shouldn’t take our nation collectively witnessing a white police officer kneeling on the neck of an unarmed black man until he takes his last breath — for this to be different. Yes, there are massive protests from one end of the country to the other. But…

COVID & The Common Good

COVID & The Common GooD Guest, Dr. Kari Nixon Lockdown, social distance, wear a mask. Protest, open up, ditch the mask. As our divisions deepen, the death toll continues to rise. More than 100,000 Americans dead from COVID-19. “How can we expect people to care about one another when we’ve built a society that’s like…you…

The Encourager

The Encourager With Guest James Brown A gift. A person. A kind word. All have the power to encourage and change someone’s life. If anyone can attest to that, it’s James Brown. I first interviewed him about a year ago as his new digital platform, EncourageX, was just launching. I don’t have to tell you…

Constitutional Rights During A Pandemic

Constitutional Rights During A Pandemic Guest, Justin Dyer What are your rights during a pandemic? The global death toll from COVID-19 continues to rise. The push to reopen economies is gaining momentum. The rights of the individual versus what’s deemed best for the common good, are on a collision course. Who has the constitution on…

When The Virus Takes a Loved One

When The Virus Takes a Loved One Guest, James T. Campbell 1. 125. 61,000 and rising. Each number representing a precious life lost. When The Virus takes a loved one, what happens next? How does one grieve through quarantine? How is a life celebrated when social distancing is in effect? How does a family come…