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Mark and Karen Anderson are siblings who are 10 years apart and spent years away from each other to now reunite in the OC. Stories of their midwestern upbringing in a religious family and how that impacted their lives.
It was about what they were like as teens and what advice they have for teens now and in the future
Description of growing up on a farm near Watertown, MN during the depression.
This Spring 2019 LPP trio discuss who they go to for personal support during stressful times. Cultural ideals of support are also discussed.
We discussed Braxton’s childhood, cultural identity, schooling, and process of deciding what he would do with his life.
We talked about racial profiling in general and how it is different in the WELS
Anita Otteson is the owner/creator of Anita Otteson Designs, where she makes hand made jewlely. This is a brief discussion of her career.
A Native American recounts his life on the Apache reservation, his influences and schooling, and why he is studying to be a pastor.
John shares his many different cultural experiences in the United States.
Keith Wessel speaks about his personal life and conviction to the Triune God.
Jacob Bitter and Isaiah Glisper talk about being a minority in public ministry and how to encourage other minority students to consider public ministry
The interview was a success. The main topics we hit were major events in our past and how we can learn from them. I actually learned a lot that i didn’t know about my mother.
Interview with Kevin Winge of Minnesota discussing his many years working within the non-profit sector across various issues such as AIDS, HIV, food security, and about what inspires him to continue working.
Childhood in small town SD and MN, marriage advice from a 55 year marriage, how to keep getting educated even when you have 5 kids and are getting laid off.
Asking my mom and dad about their lives growing up and getting married.
Curran family history, emphasis on Harold Curran and his family/ descendents.
My dad is a man of few words. He answers immediately and without hesitation except when the tears come on it is hard to continue for him. But he is strong, he has always been strong.