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Jessica Angerstein (41) asks her dad, James Angerstein (81), about his life, including memories of growing up in El Paso, his work as a music teacher, and his time serving in the Army. The two also reflect on their family...
Friends Chuck Witschorik (45) and Colleen Dunne (50) talk about their spiritual lives and their experiences in the Catholic Church. They reflect on their work, on building community, and on practicing honesty in their faith.
One Small Step partners, Joanna Bjerum (41) and Lyndia DeShazer (79) are natives Kansans that share their experiences in their careers, their family histories, and a love for their state.
Spouses, Haleisha Power (43) and Jeremy Power (48), share a conversation about how Jeremy's U.S. Military service impacted their relationship and family.
Conversation partners Heather Brewer (53) and Emily Hummel (68) talk about Heather's early life, they discuss military life, family and Heather also speaks about her life as a pastor.
Mejores amigas Yeni Vasquez (43) y Jordana Vera (42) comparten una conversación sobre sus experiencias estudiando en los Estados Unidos, la organización sin fines de lucro que fundaron para apoyar a otras personas hispanohablantes en Springfield, Missouri, y la amistad...
Alicia Kobilnyk (36) and her husband, Jonathan Kobilnyk (38), share their love story, explain why they decided to bring Christianity into their lives, describe their current family, and talk about their third child, who will soon join them.
Johanna Rucker (75) sits down with her friend, Saundra Kelley (73), to discuss their experiences growing up in the U.S. South in the 1950s and 1960s.
One Small Step conversation partners Caroline Valentine (76) and Peter Werts (35) discuss their backgrounds, political values, and travel.
Carolyn O'Neil (66) interviews her friend Hamilton Stockton, Jr. (90) about how he got interested in becoming a clothing retailer and how he eventually opened his own store, H. Stockton, in Atlanta.