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One Small Step partners Brian Pressnall (63) and Luci McDowell (72) have a conversation about grandkids as a reward for having kids, leaving the country for the first time, and not feeling appreciative of anyone currently running for presidential office.
One Small Step partners Mark Wickersham (55) and Lisa Nelson-Haynes (58) discuss yoga and mindfulness, the importance of community, and why Americans have lost their ability to have respectful conversations.
One Small Step partners Nadene Eads (71) and Helen Poot (70) have a conversation about the need for state services, the fears that drive their choices, and prayer in schools.
One Small Step partners Katherine "Austin" Nelson (43) and Peter Kandis (73) discuss events and people that shaped their worldviews, their concerns over "cancel culture," and how we regain the sense of community we lost during the COVID-19 pandemic.
One Small Step conversation partners Andrew Hersey (63) and Willis Jackson (77) discuss about politics.
One Small Step partners Kitra Mwania (36) and Nicholas Bown (25) have a conversation about the need for in-person civil conversations, criticism of one's country as patriotism, and the separation of church and state.
One Small Step conversation partners Denise Fazio (63) and Marsha Cole (74) discuss about politics.
One Small Step partners Janet [No Name Given] (37) and Betsy Haddad (55) discuss pressure to have children, the affects of the COVID-19 pandemic on youth's behavioral health, and navigating drug use as a parent.
One Small Step conversation partners John Flynn (70) and Josh Leach (32) discuss about politics.
One Small Step partners Steven Cochron (44) and Alan Buddendeck (58) discuss their unique careers, sexual abuse in the Catholic church, and concerns with both political parties.
One Small Step partners Evelina Erickson (49) and Austin Nelson (43) discuss who and how Jesus was as a person, the lack of understanding about mental health in the world, and "people over politics."
One Small Step Partners Chris Helton (51) and Tom Rinkoski (71) have a conversation that analyzes electric as a power source and urban vs. city life.
One Small Step partners Taekia Glass (42) and Timothy "Tim" Radmore (48) discuss navigating political differences within families, how to bridge the urban/rural divide, and why neither wants to be "put in a box."
One Small Step partners LaTanya Ri'Chard (50) and Melanie Sanwo (55) discuss their college experiences, early memories of politics, and feeling misunderstood.
One Small Step conversation partners Bill M. (38) and Barnard Sims (51) talk about their upbringings, their professions, and their perspectives on racial injustice in the United States.
One Small Step partners Melissa Ewing-Widiger (47) and Deborah Mcnemee (54) have a conversation about religion, abortion, and social issues that they have faced.
One Small Step participants Timothy Ratzlaff (64) and Cyndi White (66) have a conversation about the hardships in farming and keeping family land, the climate crisis, and advice to their younger selves.
One Small Step partners Mickael Broth (40) and Mike Hemsley (78) have conversation about whether storms are getting stronger, alternative energy for cars, and pragmatic idealism.
One Small Step partners Rick Blalock (54) and Maureen Mahaney (67) lead with curiosity as they ask about one another's lives and values, covering childhood, religion, war, death, the afterlife, and more.
One Small Step Partners, Geena Lazzerini (21) and Wendy Joyce-Fenton (59), discuss the need for community, spirituality, and connection as well as their differing views on social issues such a gun control.
One Small Step partners Anita Stoudmire (55) and Kathleen Van Riesen (74) discuss the "loneliness epidemic," free speech, and their opinions about transgender youth.
One Small Step conversation partners Carrie Russell (60) and Leslie Rubio (62) discuss about politics.
One Small Step partners Jace Cameron (56) and Richard Jones (49) continue their previous conversation to discuss meaningful bible verses, what's changed since they were kids, and letting go of trauma.
One Small Step partners Cherice Henderson (52) and Sarah McEnerney (57) have a conversation about women's rights and religion.