Karla Hunt and James Ford

One Small Step partners Karla Westfall Hunt (69) and James Ford (52) have a conversation about how they feed their souls in ministry work, the marvels of the marriages in their lives, and their shared belief in speaking across differences.

Howard Sharfstein and Jill Sharfstein

Howard Sharfstein (76) Jill Sharfstein (71) speak about their upbringings, their marriage and their 40 years as congregants of Central Synagogue. They discuss how Central became increasingly more important through Howard’s illness and their growing involvement after his recovery, including...

Alex Schmidt and Nancy Warner

Nancy Warner (70) interviews her friend Alex Schmidt (75) about his family's experience emigrating from Germany to the United States. They also discuss his childhood in Germany and Washington State, his military and clergy careers, and his family.

Seth Wispelwey and Don Gathers

Friends, Seth Wispelwey (37) and Don Gathers (58) speak about their experience of the alt-right Unite the Right rally that took place in Charlottesville, VA on August 11th/12th, 2017. They offer some historical context for the emergence of the rally...

Peter Lovett and Julianne Clark

One Small Step conversation partners Peter Lovett (63) and Julianne "Julie" Clark (76) discuss their faith backgrounds and other influences on their beliefs.

Ronné Wingate Sims and Hazel Wingate

Daughter and mother Rev. Dr. Ronné Wingate Sims (51) and Hazel Wingate (78) talk about their family background, their experiences as women in the Black Church, and their relationships to God. They reflect on some of the watershed moments of...

Amber Sherman and Ayanna Watkins

Friends and colleagues Ayanna Watkins (45) and Amber Sherman (29) share how they met through organizing in Memphis, the role of religion in their lives and work, and the importance of community care.