A lot of our audience, including me, are huge coffee fans. But many of us don’t know much about exactly how coffee came about, how to brew the best cup or how to find the best roast. We decided to change that by going onsite to a local roastery and learn how the pros do it. In this episode we interview Stephen Hall, co-founder of Tinker Coffee, a specialty coffee roaster located in Indianapolis, Indiana and learn everything from where coffee comes from to how to make the best brew.
How lasting change can happen in an instant is the focus of the new book by James Fell. James is a motivation, health, and fitness writer for the Los Angeles Times and the Chicago Tribune. He is the head fitness writer at AskMen.com, and has authored pieces in TIME Magazine, the Guardian, Men’s Health, Women’s Health, and many other publications. He has a massive and highly engaged following on Facebook and Twitter, and his blog, BodyForWife.com, has millions of visitors a year.
Witness the amazing story of America's Pastor in the new documentary, “Billy Graham: An Extraordinary Journey”
Ken Barun, the Chief of Staff at the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association, joins us to discuss this new documentary which shares Billy Graham’s life story: from growing up in a small town in NC, to meeting his wife, beginning his ministry, and then his incredible journey of loving people and sharing his faith around the world.
For more than 60 years, Billy Graham preached the Gospel around the world to 215 million people who attended one of his more than 400 Crusades, simulcasts and evangelistic rallies in more than 185 countries and territories. Throughout his lifetime, he served as a trusted spiritual advisor to many U.S. presidents and world leaders and impacted the lives of many public figures.
The 72-minute film offers a unique look into the life of the minister, who passed away in February 2018. The documentary details Graham’s journey as a dairy farmer’s son, who rose to prominence, becoming one of the most important religious leaders in modern history.
It showcases his work during the civil rights movement in the United States, behind the Iron Curtain in Eastern Europe, and through many pivotal moments in world history. It also features interviews with prominent broadcasters and personalities, including Tom Brokaw, Larry King, Charles Gibson, Kathie Lee Gifford and Brit Hume.
The DVD contains hours of bonus footage and features, including Billy Graham’s funeral.
Erin Dooley is an award-winning screenwriter and filmmaker. She has produced two feature films, numerous short films, two comedy web series, a collaborative web series, and one feature documentary. Erin is with us today to discuss her film, “A Way to Forgiveness”. This film documents how Erin embarked on a 550-mile pilgrimage across northern Spain to heal from the hurt of an impending divorce.
Comedian & magician Jonathan Burns has performed magic acts, shows and stunts around the globe, and has appeared on Penn & Teller’s Fool Us, The Jay Leno Show, The Late Show with David Letterman & The Late Late Show with James Corden.
Plumb is a songwriter, recording artist, performer & author. She’s sold more than 500,000 albums and over two million singles worldwide. Her new album, Beautifully Broken, includes the title track for the recently released film of the same name. She also just released her book called FIGHT FOR HER: Even If You Have to Fight Her. Her book is a moving challenge to women of all ages to fight for each other—even if that means fighting WITH each other using love, hope and grace.
David Cunningham is an international filmmaker known for striking visuals, authentic performances and dynamic subject matter. For more than two decades, David has directed big budget Studio films (Fox, Disney, ABC), experimental and pioneering independent features, as well as hard-hitting documentaries filmed in over 50 countries. David joins us today to discuss his latest film, Running for Grace, staring Jim Caveziel and Matt Dillon.
Laura Marie is a singer & songwriter who, as a South Texas native, grew up immersed in poetry & music. She's won several awards for her music since 2009, including an Independent Music Award and the OurStage Texas Lilith Fair Competition. She recently released her newest single titled, “This is a Call”, which embraces her mission to get more active voters for the upcoming U.S. elections. In this episode she discusses her music along with clips from “Honest”, “Be Love” and “This is a Call”.
Eric Welch is the director of the new movie, Beautifully Broken. He has also directed over 200 music videos and concert films for artists such as Carrie Underwood, Kid Rock, Jimmy Buffet, the Steve Miller Band and Tim McGraw, with multiple nominations and awards from the CMA, ACM, Billboard & Dove. His new movie Beautifully Broken is about how a refugee’s escape, a prisoner’s promise and a daughter’s painful secret converge in an inspiring true story of hope.
Lindsay Boccardo is a speaker, trainer and career coach who has spent the last 10 years learning about what makes Millennials love or hate their life. She’s coached hundreds of 20-somethings to find their dream job and live a life they’re proud of. In this episode Lindsay shares how Millennials are hardworking and quite successful, and why they sometimes get unfairly labeled as “entitled”. She also offers some free exercises you can do right now (millennial or not) to help get the life you want.