This is the episode that I didn’t want to record but I have to properly say good bye. I tried really hard to keep this podcast going but I simply couldn’t do it anymore. This podcast will still be up for a year but after that, it will be deleted.
Thank you to all of you for supporting the podcast. I truly appreciate all that you have done.
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This interview is with Jess Connolly. I was invited to join a podcast panel for Jess Connolly and her new book, “Breaking Free from Body Shame: Dare to Reclaim What God Has Named Good”.She shares so much wisdom on her own journey to calling her body “good”.
This interview is with Dr Matthew Sleeth. Listen as we talk a little about his journey into medicine, some funny ER stories and then we delve into the serious issue of suicide and how it compelled him to write his book, “Hope Always: How to Be a Force For Life in a Culture of Suicide”.
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