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My grandfather briefly talks about his experiences. This is his interview
This is the story of my dad who is the wisest man I have ever met, as well as the biggest influence on who I am today!
I talked with Dione about many personal experiences and she gave advice to younger generations about how they should make their choices.
Two old friends reminisce about their stories of family, faith, and ministry.
I interviewed kat and asked her about what she thinks about God and what religion means to her.
In this interview with Sister Miller, we talked about the origins of the Hukilau performed by the people of Laie. Auntie Kela (Sister Miller) shared her experience as a youth serving, dancing, and preparing for the Hukilaus. Auntie Kela shared...
I interviewed Ryan Muns and asked about his music career and Selah his concert. Ryan also talks about his near death experience and his journey to creating a powerful stage performance.
We talked about influences in life, the college experience, and personal faith.
Amanda and Beth discuss how Amanda's identity as a strong, independent woman has been shaped by family, friends, and experiences.
Sister Barbara Hansen shares her life and spiritual journey as a Dominican Sister over the past 60 years.
Daughter interviewing father about his life and views on facing the end of life with a glioblastoma brain tumor at age 57.
Sister Lucianne and I met at the West Michigan Environmental Action Council's Climate March in fall 2015, where we realized we both participated in the Universal Human Rights Conference recognizing the 500th Anniversary of Montesinos in Washington DC in 2011....
Dorothy (86) and Charles Anderson (89) talk with their youngest of 5 children about their lives as children & 64 years of marriage.
Lee Mulvaney talks to her son Mark Mulvaney about growing up during the great depression, finding work, falling in love, family, loss, and life at 92 and beyond.
Benny explains his relationship with Christ and what he would pass along to his children.