Sue lives in a full house with adult children and grandchildren. She retired a few years ago and now watches over her grandchild, Audrey, who you will hear a little in the background. I get the impression that life’s been rough for Sue, but she’s still hopeful. Sue talks about her marriages, church experience, what she would do differently, and what she hopes for the future.
My daughter, Ellie, and I talk about Jordan Peterson’s Future Authoring project. It’s a program that leads a person through some journaling in response to various questions. Then, in light of the journaling, a person should be able to list some goals they would like to set based on their values. The next part of the programs leads the participant in making plans to reach those goals.
It’s a good program that I enjoyed quite a bit. It’s a part of the Self Authoring suite.
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I had the privilege of talking with Tom Van Gorkom who is the media director at Rio Grande Bible Institute as well as the broadcast engineer of their radio station, Radio Esperanza. We talk about Tom’s life of christian service, discerning God’s will, and the current obstacles that Tom is facing.
From when I first met them, I was impressed by the loving hospitality and gracious personality of Betty and her daughter, Lilly. We talk about the Christian life, coming to US from Ecuador, and life at the Rio Grande Bible Institute.
John LaFara works in maintenance on the Rio Grande Bible Institute campus. He also mentors young people and serves as a chaplain at a nearby hospital. His story is encouraging in how God has worked in his life, and how God works through him for other people. I hope you enjoy it.