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- anecdotes (humorous but true stories) 392
- memories of former times 600
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One Small Step conversation partners Olivia Johnson (38) and Leah Hazell (68) come together to share their lived experiences and talk through the complicated aspects of being loving parents. The two share in common that they came to One Small...
Karen Oakley [no age given] shares memories and tells the story of a beautiful death concerning her father, Ted Repplier.
Husband and wife Stanley "Stan" Collins (69) and Mary Herzogenrath [no age given] reminisce and share the timeline of their love story. They also talk about faith and family.
Ada Marie Babineaux (58) interviews her mother, Geraldine Marie Babino (88), about her upbringing, life in Opelousas, Louisiana, and memories of her parents, Savannah Frank and Nathan Frank Sr. Geraldine also shares how she met her husband, how she settled...
Chris Jacobson Brookes (73) and Joe Leppert (49) talk about their friendship and link to the former Northwestern Military and Naval Academy in Lake Geneva, Wisconsin.
Friends Annie Stafford (72) and Michael Hentges (73) recall their time together at Innisfree Village and reflect on the lessons and values they gained from their experience.
Chaplain D. S. "Shane" Andersen (54) interviews his former college professor Dr. Gene "Boz" Bozniak (79) about his life, experiences, and impact as an educator on students.
One Small Step conversation partners Dawn Tatum (60) and Elizabeth Soileau Acton (44) discuss God's power in their lives, from Dawn's sudden illness and need for a liver transplant, to Elizabeth's long path to becoming a minister. They also discuss...
Michael Ostermiller (50) shares a conversation with his daughter Nicole Ostermiller (21) about her journey navigating her queer identity. They also talk about coming out and the value of support.
New friends Myyuh (31) and Hany Osman (33) talk about their work in music and film. They reflect on their early experiences with art, on what makes a place home, and on building community in New York City.