Mike Watts and Humza Rahman

Humza Rahman (30) interviews his friend and coworker Mike Watts (73) about his time at Loaves & Fishes, his artistic explorations, and his many “sides.”

Unit 1 Interview – Nathan Hadley

participants are myself Nathan Hadley, and my mom Michelle Hadley, and we discuss her mission trip to Saskatchewan Canada.

Rachel von Niederhausern and Adam Whitney

Siblings and Loaves and Fishes co-founders Adam Whitney (41) and Rachel von Niederhausern (43) reflect on their family’s involvement in community service and how it paved the way for the pair to start their own service organization in Logan, Utah.

Dominic Hinson and Greg Boettcher

One Small Step partners Dominic Hinson (19) and Greg Boettcher (48) have a conversation where they explore each other's life contexts. They find they both love philosophy, grew up with divorced parents, and think that more people should sit down...

Leah Okimoto and Alex Wu

Creating Community Through Sharing Stories: Leah Okimoto was born in upstate New York, and after having to move to several places across the country, she settled in Marlboro, Massachusetts, where she cemented her childhood. In New York City, she pursued...

Merinda Daniel and Tonisha Brown

Tonisha Brown (34) and her mother, Merinda Daniel (60), reflect on Tonisha's journey to getting a liver transplant, and the role that community support, advocacy, and faith have played in their lives.

Matthew Goff and Mary Ortuno

One Small Step conversation partners Matthew Goff (35) and Mary "Elizabeth" Ortuno (43) discuss the potential of Richmond, the difficulty of modern parenting, and the importance of traveling.

Elena Dillard and Theresa Gossman

One Small Step conversation partners Elena Dillard (40) and Theresa Gossman (42) discover the many common threads between them. They talk about having Alzheimer's in their families, their spiritual journeys, motherhood, and their experiences with addiction and forgiveness.

Terreal Brown and Christian Grant

One Small Step partners Terreal Brown (38) and Christian Grant (49) discuss the importance of bringing many voices to the table in order to solve problems, and why the United States must grapple with its shortcomings in order to meet...