EP 129 Michael Lewis Nawrocki director and voice of the Larry the Cucumber

Michael Lewis Nawrocki is an American director, producer, writer, voice actor, animator, musician, puppeteer, and businessman best known as the co-creator of the long-running, Christian video series, VeggieTales where he voices Larry the Cucumber. He also voices many other main characters on the show, including Jerry Gourd, and Jean-Claude Pea, and other various characters, is the co-founder of Big Idea Entertainment alongside Phil Vischer, and currently serves as the Executive Vice President of the company. Check out his new book series called “The Dead Sea Squirrels” you can buy them in Amazon.

EP 128 Rachel Anne Ridge, Author of “Walking with Henry”

Join Rachel Anne Ridge, author of the beloved memoir Flash, in a journey back to the pasture. As she adopts a second rescue donkey as a little brother for Flash–a miniature named Henry–she finds that walking with donkeys has surprising lessons to teach us about prayer. renewing our faith, and connecting to God in fresh ways. Readers all over the world fell in love with Flash and with Rachel’s thoughtful, funny, and poignant stories about what life with a donkey can teach you. Now, meet Henry and join him on a walk that could change everything about how you hope, trust, and move forward from past regrets. Blog: www.rachelanneridge.com

EP 126 Butch & Julieann Hartman- Hollywood’s Favorite Couple

As Julieann matured, she grew to harbor fear in many areas of life, but her strong-willed nature allowed her to mask her fearfulness by developing her self-reliant and exhausting coping mechanisms. She poured herself into acting, then into working behind the scenes in television and then into life as a fitness instructor, wife and mother of two daughters—burying her anxieties. youtu.be/GKFEHcqevVI

EP 125 Laurie Macafee, author, “Finding Forever”

On Twitter, Christian Author, Laurie Macafee describes herself as a writer, life-lover, wife, mother and a total Jesus freak. Today we had the opportunity in interview Laurie about her inspirational woman’s fiction novel,” Finding Forever”. Laurie eloquently shares with us the premise of this story which follows a young woman’s journey to find faith, forgiveness, hope and of course a forever kind of love. ” Finding Forever” is a novel that beautifully shows its readers that God will often use people, the church, and the ups and downs of life to bring us back to Himself. “For this is how God loved the world: He gave His one and only Son, so that everyone who believes in Him will not perish but have eternal life” Lauriemacafee@gmail.com Blog: Fromhead2heart.blogspot.com Facebook: Authorlauriemacafee Twitter @authorlauriemacafee

EP 124 James Caldemeyer – in a blink of an eye

James Caldemeyer was a 21-year-old newlywed when one decision changed his life. Driving while drunk, James caused an accident that killed a person and resulted in the loss of everything he knew – his job, his family and his wife. Today, he tells his story to audiences around the country of how he found God in his darkest hours. youtu.be/EQZzfFCOhdA www.iamsecond.com/speakers-bureau/…ames-caldemeyer/ officiallakeforktrophybass.com/

Paco Arango Director of the movie “The Healer”

This film releasing Sept. 28th Across multiple VOD platforms is a feel good tale about believing in what you cannot see, taking chances in life and helping heal others through kindness and faith: a message we all can use right now! In addition, the feature 100% of its proceeds go to charity.
This film benefits the late Paul Newman’s charity; Newman’s Own Foundation, which supports nonprofit organizations helping people in need around the world.
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Captain Ronald Johnson – 13 Days in Ferguson

On August 14, 2014, five days after the fatal shooting of Michael Brown ignited race riots throughout the city of Ferguson, Missouri, the nation found an unlikely hero in Captain Ron Johnson of the Missouri Highway Patrol. Charged with the Herculean task of restoring peace between a hostile African American community and the local police, Johnson, a 30-year law enforcement veteran and an African American, did the unthinkable; he took off his bullet-proof vest and joined the protesters

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