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One Small Step partners Mike Boehrer (53) and Philip Sikora (69) spend an hour discussing their personal political evolutions, law enforcement, and fatherhood in the context of retirement. Note: This interview contains mention of rape.
One Small Step partners Michael Floyd (54) and Melissa Price (57) talk about the challenging circumstances that they lived through as children, the formation of their belief systems, and their relationships with faith.
One Small Step partners Thomas "Tommy" Orlando (33) and John Sadzewicz (65) share their different viewpoints on abortion, health care, and socialism.
One Small Step partners Stephen Owens (44) and James "Jim" Unruh (56) talk about their family and faith backgrounds, the challenges that their Kansas communities face, and what it means to both of them to serve others.
One Small Step Partners Lindsi H. (35) and Jessica Holzemer (39) talk about caregiving, coping with grief, and the values at the center of their personal and political identities.
One Small Step partners Rachel Frizzell (25) and Becki Bowman (45) talk about small town life, travel, and the lived experiences that have helped them build empathy for others.
One Small Step conversation partners Dioane Gates (44) and Josh Rhoades (35) discuss living abroad, spirituality, family, and their political views.
One Small Step partners Shirley Lefever (61) and Gordon Bassham (75) share a conversation about the most influential people in their lives, their values, their work, and their concerns and hopes for the future.
Summer Cody (23) talks with new friend Madison Dill (18) about Madison’s experience with the mental health care system, autism, growing up as a member of the LGBTQ+ community, and her advocacy for youth.
An interview with my second mom who has done a 360 in her career path. Originally an executive chef and after the pandemic, has started studying to go into law enforcement to bring justice