Lucretia Cushman Peterson

Lucretia talks about growing up in Kansas, her family, and the importance of loving and accepting others regardless of race or religion.

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Ashton Jolley and Catherine Corcoran

One Small Step partners Ashton Jolley (21) and Catherine Corcoran (21) discuss their religious upbringings, their parents, their educational experiences, and their political views.

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Peggy Johnson and Pattie Speer

One Small Step partners Peggy Johnson (74) and Pattie Speer (68) discuss the people and events that shaped their political and religious beliefs.

The Wedding Ring Class

The Wedding Ring class offers their memories of First United Methodist Church-Austin.

Lucretia Cushman Peterson

Lucretia talks about growing up in Kansas, her family, and the importance of loving and accepting others regardless of race or religion

Overcoming

this interview is about how even after everything people can look after you

Sophie Walton and Sue Schlough

Sue Schlough talks about growing up in the Depression, working in Nagasaki 10 years after the end of WWII, her faith, sexual assault, and politics.

Graduate Vs. Student

My name is Lucas Lamb. I am a sophomore at Birmingham-Southern College. I sat down with Brian Erickson, a BSC graduate and senior pastor of Trinity United Methodist Church in Homewood, Alabama. We discussed the trappings and challenges of being...

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Dan Ahlstrom and Mohan Kambampati

One Small Step conversation partners Dan Ahlstrom [no age given] and Mohan Kambampati (79) discuss their backgrounds, political views, religious influences, and share their appreciation for Wichita, KS.

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Katie Grover and Damon Zick

One Small Step partners Katie Grover (45) and Damon Zick (43) talk about dealing with the loss of a parent, their thoughts on politics today, and what they love about living in Wichita, Kansas.

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Hilary Coakley and Bradley Baker

In a One Small Step conversation Hilary Coakley (54) and Brad Baker (65) discuss the role religion plays in their lives, politicians they admire, the importance of freedom of opinion, fear of the divisiveness in the United States, and the...

Why PaPa became a pastor

My grandmother Bopie telling the story of why we husband became a pastor instead of a neurosurgeon