Caleb Stanton is a caffeine-dependent husband and father of two young children. Even though he loves his job, he'd rather spend his days at the beach, strumming a guitar and pondering the human experience. When he's not looking for his keys, you might find Caleb writing a story he'll never post or composing a song … Continue reading Caleb Stanton (Episode 7)
Bekah Bowman is a coach's wife, a special needs mom, speaker, and author of Can't Steal My Joy. She is passionate about bridging the gap between churches and families with disabilities. On this episode, she shares her story raising two sons with terminal illnesses, how joy and grief can coexist, and her vision for how … Continue reading Bekah Bowman (Episode 6)
Jamie Corbin is an educator and storyteller who has been navigating whiteness and non-whiteness her entire life thanks to her own interracial adoption at birth and her interracial marriage to her best friend, Kelvin, in 2011. She is raising her three Afro-Latina daughters to change the world with love, by first loving themselves deeply and … Continue reading Jamie Corbin (Episode 5)
April Kolman is the host of the No Ordinary People podcast and while she prefers the conversations she has with other people on the show, in this episode, she gets to share about her own story. She shares how she went from staunch Republican with highly conservative values to writing in the name of social … Continue reading April Kolman (Episode 4)
CONTENT WARNING: In this episode we discuss mental illness and suicide, so please be aware of that before listening. Caitie Fredrickson lives with her husband and weenie dog Baron in SW Washington, and she has bipolar disorder. On this episode, we discuss how she knew something was wrong, how her mental illness affects her everyday … Continue reading Caitie Fredrickson (Episode 2)
I was young when I first discovered and fell in love with musicals. My cousins still like to tease me about how I would always try to get them to watch State Fair or Oklahoma or one of my other favorites when we were kids. There was just something about them, they were just so... … Continue reading how do you measure a year in the life?