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As a Boomer I love to talk. Turns out, so does my chatty Millennial co-host. And our favorite way to connect with one another, and hopefully help others connect with each other, is by building conversational bridges. No matter what end of the generational bridge you currently land on, we hope you will join us as we converse with some of our finest “skyscraper” friends who are making inspirational verbal and written differences in our ever-expanding, and ever-connected world. This is Bridges ...
 
Welcome to the Bon Appetit podcast, where we serve hot tea, hot topics, hot talk, and a little food for thought. With your host Cornell Jermaine, Janelle Unique, Eddie Connor, and Antoine Frost. We're committed to using our voices and our platform to provoke thought and promote change in our community. Our mission is to help you filter through the complexities of life in hopes of having a good time in the process. Won't you join us? Let's have a little fun and try some good food (both figura ...
 
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To wrap up another season of Bridges, we charge our mics with teaching us something new ... about each other! Join us as we volley questions back and forth to learn new things about one another and our selfs. Perhaps you'll discover something new about your self, too! Learn more about Bridges ... Spiritual Conversations Through Generational Convers…
 
Native Ozarkan Marilyn Jansen brings her healthy book editing expertise and stirs it up with her own affinity for authorship –– sharing the Americana stories of her rural upbringing, multi-generational farm family dynamics, and creative recipes that are sure to fill your bellies and feed the spirit of community in your heart and home! Her new book,…
 
Our new friend JT Jester has a tender story to tell. One that could have been focused on tragedy. But through his indomitable disposition of cheer, JT lives life to the limits with a spirit spilling over with adventure and a heart full of gratitude. The title of his new book, No Bad Days: How to Find Joy In Every Circumstance sums it up pretty well…
 
To close out Women's History Month we have a guest whose very platform has been built on books she has written and lessons she has taught to women (and learned for herself!). Wendy Pope's latest book is called Jesus Everlasting, and this conversation is an open invite to women and to men to discover the character of Jesus is through the stories of …
 
Singer-Songwriter-Podcaster-Blogger Tim Timmons is as thoughtful as he is talented as he is charming. Having lived with cancer for over 20 years after his initial diagnosis of "5 years to live," Tim is an expert in living each day to the fullest – a lifestyle that has inspired the content of his music and the content of his new podcast called 10,00…
 
Looking for Overthinkers Anonymous? Hello! You just found your group meeting. Jon Acuff is a New York Times-bestselling mastermind of self-help that makes sense. And in this informatively fun episode we dig into the principles behind his latest book, Soundtracks: The Surprising Solution to Overthinking. Listen closely to Jon and his sneakishly simp…
 
To wrap up (for now!) our four-part series of episodes celebrating Black History Month, we wanted to field some questions from you, our listeners, and pose them to our friend EJ Gaines. EJ is an entertainmenty attorney and music executive at Capitol CMG and Motown Gospel record labels, so he is creative and smart. Two qualities that make quite the …
 
Lean in and listen to the beyond-her-years insights of our friend Zandy Mowry of the most appealing folk-rock band, The New Respects. With her sheer big-hearted love, Mrs. Mowry challenges each of us to establish personal relationships with individuals, not just an association with sweeping movements, as we all seek understanding and healing in the…
 
In our second of four February episodes celebrating Black History Month, we re-visit our conversation with Lynda Randle. From growing up in a majorly black DC neighborhood to building a large national platform singing for predominantly white audiences, Lynda is the perfect person to influence us in building bridges across racial divides and enaging…
 
Kicking off our first of four February episodes celebrating Black History Month, our spunky soul-singin' sistah Melinda Doolittle joins us to inspire us in the beauty of diversity and talk practices in seeking understanding amid the oft-challenging conversations surrounding race relations. One key to success? Listen first! This week's featured song…
 
Mark Lowry is one of the funniest people we know. He's also a good thinker, one heck of a storyteller and a friend to all ages. In this lively and thought-provoking conversation Mark shares with us his own affinity for all the ages, and why building a community that includes everyone from babies to old people is good for the heart, the mind, and th…
 
We began Bridges in the first few months of a worldwide pandemic with a conversation addressing something we know oh-so-well ... fear! (And anxiety, and so on and so forth.) Piggybacking off our series premiere, we are once again exploring what it means to thrive in a life of love and faith versus simply survive on days filled with fear. No matter …
 
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