# 22 (S3) Irene Butter - enduring the Holocaust and her memoir, Shores Beyond Shores

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Irene Butter shares a part of her story as a Jewish family living under Nazi rule during the Holocuast and what these grave lessons of history have to teach us about our culture today. Today, I am lucky enough to share part of her story with you.Her memoir is one of the most beautiful written and painful stories I have ever read and I promise you won’t regret getting it; Shores Beyond Shores (www.IreneButter.com). Join us to keep the conversation going in a world that so desperately needs to hear Irene's wisdom. 

# 21 (S3) Diet Eman and the underground resistance of the Holocaust

Today we get to share a brief snippet of the conversation I had with Diet Eman, at 99 years old, who was a leader in an underground resistance movement against Nazi occupied Holland. Her and her group were apart of rescuing 61 jewish persons from persecution as well as providing aid to countless others. Her book, The Things We Couldn’t Say, is well worth the read.

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# 18 (S2) Ashton Gustafson on what’s Good True and Beautiful

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# 18 (S2) Ashton Gustafson on what's Good True and Beautiful

Today I get to interview the interviewer.. Ashton spends his spare time interviewing wisdom seekers for his podcast, Good True and Beautiful. I’m honored to be able to return the favor and invite Ashton to share some of his wisdom through his journey of burning out, getting sick, and redefining his story and place in this world. http://www.ashtongustafson.com/

# 16 (S2) John Evans; Faith in the Presence of Compassion

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# 16 (S2) John Evans; Faith in the Presence of Compassion

Co-founder of Bethesda Farm, John Evans, shares with us his journey from a faith perspective on walking away from a life of financial abundance and stepping into a life of service with his wife and founder of the farm, Marcia Evans. Together they serve the needs of adults with mental challenges with the love and support of their community. For more information and to support their cause visit www.BethesdaFarm.org

#13 (S2) Amanda Gilbert is bringing beauty to caner

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#13 (S2) Amanda Gilbert is bringing beauty to caner

In memory of Lizz Joy Gram; please join us in making gift baskets for women fighting cancer with Amanda on September 12. For more information visit our facebook page. Cancer is an ugly beast that can do more than just physical harm. Amanda and her non-profit Henna Crowns of Courage are giving woman battling cancer a new sense of identity by showing them their inner beauty. Join us to hear about how you can support this amazing work in our community.