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Phyllis Gunther (80) talks to her two sons, Bram Gunther (47) and Matt Gunther (44) about the experience of being burned as a child and the impact that has had on her life, her husband, children and grandchildren.
Richardina DeMaere tells her granddaughter Monique Belli about her childhood and young adulthood in Belgium and what it was like to come to the United States.
Gary Kirk talks with his friend Liz Stevens about his experience in the 1960s, as a day laborer in California, and a close call he had when his cabin blew up.
Emmanuelle Descours (20) and her aunt Claire Reswig (55) remember the accident that changed Emma’s life when she was 11. Emma and Claire talk about the months and years afterward, and how Emma is moving on now.
Melody Priest speaks with her husband, Karl about his upbringing, family, and religion.
Scott Hamilton (50) interviews his father, Albert Hamilton (76) about his family, his faith, and serving in the army.
Ruth Enders talks with her granddaughter, Erin Chrusciel, about how she raised nine children and what life as a military wife is like.
Charles “Lew” Tobin, 60, tells friend Sandra Medearis how he got fed up with pouring iron and headed to Alaska. He began his northern adventure by spending the winter in a remote cabin on the tundra and learning first hand...
Bonnie Arends, Stephen Arends and Randal Arends talks about the car accident that killed Stephen’s twin brother, Greg, and left Stephen with a traumatic brain injury after being in a coma for 6 months.
Sharon and Lucca remember Lucca’s husband, Tom Clausing, who passed away almost a year ago in a helicopter accident.
Kate Rafey (24) by Sophia Simon-Ortiz (25!) about K’s family, extended family, and her love of LARPing (Live Action Role Playing).
Kathryn Neaverth interviews her father John Loder about her childhood, their friendship and challenges and their hope for each other and their familiy’s future.
Sisters, Linda Watley Norris (73) and Pearl Watley Mitchell (78), describe what it was like growing up in Columbus, GA, reminisce about the fun times they had as children, and remember family members who have passed away.
A man interviews his mother in law about her religious parents and her five children.
Albert H. Lozano, 84, talks with his daughter Catalina Lozano, 58, about growing up in Mexico, his immigration to the US, his family and his varied careers.
Rachel and Eric talk about their airplane loving father’s, and Eric recounts the plane crash that killed his father and uncle but spared him.
Roz interviews her parents for their 50th wedding anniversary and tells them things the family has said about them.
Danielle interviews her father, Ted, about his time in the Dutch army in WWII, stationed in New Guinea
Josiah Bennetone (37) shares a conversation with his grandmother, Mary Jackson (90), about Mary’s childhood in Wilmington, North Carolina, segregation and integration of Wilmington schools, her career, her faith, and how the world has changed since she was a child.
Lee Ann Marona (45) talks with her father, Don Wilson (72) about his childhood, religious involvement, time spent in the Navy, and his work experiences.
Carrie Gonzales, 39, tells her husband Brett Gonzales, 37, about overcoming her addiction to painkillers.
Jean Crawley, 75, tells her daughter, Barbara Pann, 49, about growing up and working in Cynthiana, Kentucky, losing her first husband, and being a single mother.