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One Small Step conversation partners Robert "Rob" Roper (53) and Diane Montgomery-Logan (74) hold different political perspectives, but share a mutual love of painting with oils. The two talk about good vs. evil, school choice, race issues, wealth, poverty and...
One Small Step partners Bonnie Mitchell (33) and Michael Ford (43) sit down for a conversation about the polarization of politics and creating change through community outreach.
One Small Step partners Karen Robu (55) and Teresa Kerwick (70) sit down for a conversation about 9/11's impact on theirs and the world's spiritual needs, joining and lapsing in faith, and their thoughts on abortion.
One Small Step partners Joe Bizzell (58) and Kerry Altman (71) share their views on political polarization and the lessons they learned from their parents.
One Small Step Conversation partners Jason McConnell (43) and James "Jim" Dean (76) share their stories about adolescence, rebellious teen years, their journey to seminary studies and how those studies led them down different paths.
One Small Step Partners Jennifer Einolf (57) and Jim Selzer (81) discuss their backgrounds and beliefs, their shared value of connecting across difference, the nuances of their ever-evolving political and party identities, and reflect on what they've learned from one...
One Small Step partners Paula Siegel (69) and Terry Hutchison (82) share a conversation about their families, the most influential people in their lives, their work, and their hopes and concerns for the future.
One Small Step partners Elizabeth [No Name Given] (38) and Julie [No Name Given] (72) discuss their careers, differing political beliefs, and the importance of strong female role models.
One Small Step partners Faith Martin (48) and Lisa Tanner (55) discuss their concerns about political polarization, how we can make political dialogue more productive, and the power of Gen Z.
One Small Step partners and longtime Wichita residents Kimberly Koenck (45) and Mack Moore (73) explore their generational perspectives, contrast their political values, and reflect on the importance of humanizing others across political differences.
One Small Step partners Joann Polenz (88) and Jack Wilkinson (75) discuss the events in their lives that shaped their political views.
Friends and colleagues Brian Parrish (53) and Heidi Alldredge (49) play two truths and a lie, explore their shared experiences as podcasters, consider the impact of self-blame, and discuss the importance of connecting across difference.
Colleagues David Stoeffler (63) and Tom Carlson (69) discuss the founding of The Springfield Daily Citizen and how the nonprofit, independent news source aims to mitigate the effects of misinformation and encourage civil discourse and community engagement.
One Small Step partners Taliatha Hudson-Palmer (43) and Nancy Kalina (58) discuss their experiences in same-sex marriages, and how their Jewish and Mormon upbringings shaped their identities.
One Small Step partners Lisa Specter-Dunaway (59) and Jessica Murray (39) have a conversation where they consider mental health, political polarization, immigrant experiences, and urban life.
[Recorded Thursday, June 14, 2022] Sandra Lewis (72) and Andy DeStephano (45) have a One Small Step conversation in Charlottesville, VA. Sandra touches on how her experience as a "child of the civil rights movement" has informed her political identity....
One Small Step partners Rebecca Cataldi (42) and Marc Ang (41) discuss their formative years, their concerns regarding polarization, and personal relationships that have been affected by political divisions.
One Small Step partners Alison Caughman (74) and Judy Walton (68) have a conversation about being "military brats" and volunteers as well as their biggest challenges and greatest achievements.
One Small Step partners Cindy Claycomb (65) and Tammie "Sue" Wray (62) discuss how their views don't always align with their chosen political parties, their beliefs concerning gun violence, and their concerns about the current climate of polarization.
Laura Gossman (47) and her One Small Step partner, Matthew "Matt" Lynch (41), exchange their lived experiences and how it has influenced their ideologies.
One Small Step partners Daniel "Dan" Lawrence (67) and Kim Welsh (61) share a conversation about their upbringings and their concerns about divisiveness in the US. They talk about the opioid epidemic, the COVID-19 pandemic and vaccination, and their families.
One Small Step conversation partners Barbara Brown (79) and Helen Ens (77) discuss their similar experiences as Christian missionaries in Colombia, as well as their differing political views.
Kurt McCoy (47) and Elizabeth Gibbs (45) compare and contrast their upbringings (hers near London and his in South Carolina) with raising their own children today in the Southern United States.
One Small Step partners Gregory "Greg" Frazee (62) and Aaron Domini (43) share about their childhoods and upbringings, reflect on the impact of social programs both historically and in the present, and discuss their biggest accomplishments in life.