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This week, my guest is Alyssa Edwards. We are also excited to have Clint Pulver back in the studio. They are two of the hosts of the new Covenant show Next Gen. We talk with Alyssa about her love of the gospel, her experiences in college, how she ended up the youngest female seminary teacher in the history of the church education system and how she…
 
Jeremy Telford makes all kinds of balloon sculptures from simple small single balloons at parties to massive structures at events. In 2015 he set a Guinness World Record for the largest balloon sculpture by a single individual. We talk all about this amazing feat as well as how he got into balloons, his love of marine biology, his time at BYU, his …
 
Sam Dahlin MS, Ph.D., LMFT is the co-founder and co-owner of Crossroads Academy, an adolescent treatment center in Northern Utah. Sam and I discuss his own struggles as a youth, including issues of substance abuse and doubts about the gospel. He then tells of a car accident that set him on a path to return to church. This ultimately led to his care…
 
Jacob Hoehne is the founder and owner of Issimo Productions. He is a very talented visual storyteller. Using film and other mediums, he has worked with some of the most prestigious companies and organizations in the world. In the episode, he and I talk about discovering his talents when he was young, figuring out his life path, the power of accepti…
 
America’s Violinist, Jenny Oaks Baker is a Grammy Nominated, Billboard No. 1 performer and recording artist. She received her Master of Music degree from the renowned Juilliard School in New York City and her Bachelor’s Degree in violin performance from the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia.She has performed as a soloist at Carnegie Hall, L…
 
David Morgan is a licensed psychologist, a respected speaker and the author of multiple books. In the episode, we discuss his family, how he became interested in psychology, moving to the Pacific Northwest, dealing with struggles and adversity in life, using the gospel as a resource for our mental health and so much more. David is funny, open and s…
 
Rosalie Mastaler's world was turned up side down when a dog attacked her four year old son. The injuries led to his leg being amputated. We talk about the experience, what it did to her family and her faith, lessons learned from trials and how she, her son and her family are using the experience to make the world a better place. Rosalie is amazing.…
 
Kevin and Corena Ricks are the owners of Wizard Quest, an immersive attraction in the Wisconsin Dells. We talk about their early love of haunted houses, how they got started in the entertainment industry, moving across the country to take a chance on a dream, what makes Wizard Quest so much fun and much more! Kevin and Corena are the best kind of d…
 
My guest this week is Jennifer Roach. We discuss her life growing up in an evangelical christian setting, losing her Father as a young woman, suffering sexual abuse at the hand of clergy at her church, the emotional scars and pain that left, her decision to go to divinity school, becoming an ordained Anglican Minister, and her decision to speak out…
 
Stacey Eastman is an icon in the fashion and modeling world. We talk about how experiences as a young man fuel his lifelong passion for protecting the innocent, how he got started working in the model management industry, working all around the globe with top designers and agencies and ultimately, trying times seeing his marriage and much of his wo…
 
Scott and Becky Mackintosh were first thrust in to the spotlight when Scott became a viral sensation as the "Short Shorts Dad" for wearing very short shorts to a family function as a loving message to his daughter. This lead to international fame. Years later, after one of their sons came out as gay, Becky found herself becoming more open about her…
 
A few years ago, Carly Robison noticed her body going through a sudden extreme allergic reaction. Her condition continued to worsen until it largely shut down her world as she knew it. As she wrestled to understand her illness and the ramifications on her life, she decided to use these challenges for good. She began a blog which lead to a new podca…
 
My guest on the show is filmmaker and activist Loki Mulholland. In the conversation we discuss his Mom's role as an icon in the civil rights movement, the impact it had on him growing up, his beautiful conversion story, how he became a filmmaker, his work through books and film to honor his Mother's contributions to racial justice, the non-profit o…
 
My guest this week is actor Lincoln Hoppe. We talk about his family history in the church, falling in love with comedy and improv at BYU, making the big leap to live full time in Los Angeles, his work in beloved films such as The Singles Ward, Saints and Soldiers and the R.M., his starring role in a huge Superbowl commercial, starring in the most r…
 
Tony Overbay is a speaker, author, Marriage and Family Therapist, and podcast host . We discuss his young life in the Tennessee, moving to Salt Lake City, learning about the church from his friends, how an accident ended years of competitive baseball, his conversion to the church, his career in tech, why he walked away from it to become a therapist…
 
My guest this week is fashion stylist Paige Sorensen. We talk about her life growing up in San Diego, her family, serving a mission in Detroit and meeting her husband in the process. We then dive in to fashion. We discuss how she dresses people for events, her approaches to use what you have when updating your style, thrifting, and essentials every…
 
My guest on the show this week is Jessica Frew. Shortly in to her marriage, Jessica discovered that her husband was gay. In the episode, we discuss the feelings she grappled with through this process, having a child together, fighting to stay together, dealing with divorce, the role of the atonement in all of this, supporting her now ex-husband as …
 
Drew Young is the author of the new book The Meaning of Your Mission: Lessons and Principles to Know You Are Enough. We talk about his growing up on the east coast in a large family, the challenges and blessings of moving to Utah at age twelve, discovering struggles with anxiety, being bullied, finding strength and confidence in himself, the decisi…
 
Heather Wallwork is a remarkably talented artist and author. We talk about her life growing up in a large family, what she loves about life in small towns, her passion for music, her time at BYU, her work as a storyboard artist, working for Disney, becoming a published author, how she met her husband, their new creative and business venture, and ho…
 
Michael White is a very popular speaker and member of Hi-Five Live. We talk about his young life playing competitive soccer, his mission, his experiences at BYU, his time as a seminary teacher, how he became a speaker, and his work with a group that does youth fireside events as well as his involvement in starting Hi-Five Live. We discuss his diagn…
 
Derek Sainsbury is the author of the book Storming the Nation: The Unknown Contributions of Joseph Smith's Political Missionaries. He and I talk about his life growing up, moving several times including a short time living in Australia, how a couple of teachers inspired him and changed the course of his life forever, working through mental health s…
 
Monique Berish grew up in remarkably rough circumstances that included living in an area riddled with crime and poverty, dealing with her parents' mental health struggles, their divorce, and a sudden cross-country move. All of this lead her to alcohol abuse and later, alcohol dependence as well as sexual relationships and other self-destructive beh…
 
Diahan Southard is the founder and CEO of yourdnaguide.com. After getting bitten by the DNA bug as a high school student, Diahan went on to study at Brigham Young University where she earned a bachelors degree in microbiology. She worked for the Sorenson Molecular Genealogy Foundation, one of the first efforts to create a correlated genetic and gen…
 
Becky Ivory is a well respected speaker and certified coach. As a young teen, a teacher stepped in to Becky's life and became a family friend and mentor. Eventually, this teacher began to sexually abuse her. This went on for years. In the episode, Becky shares this heartbreaking story, how she ended the abuse, coming to terms with it all, the diffi…
 
Burgess Owens is a former NFL star, Superbowl champion and candidate for Congress. We discuss his life growing up in the segregated South, his parent's inspiring success, playing football at University of Miami, his ten years in the NFL, finding the church through teammates, fighting through business and financial struggles, finding himself working…
 
Aaron Johnston is a New York Times bestselling author, television writer, advertising creative, and was the co-creator and executive producer of the BYU TV series EXTINCT. He was also an associate producer on the movie Ender’s Game, wherein he makes a cameo appearance as an officer of the International Fleet. His novels include Earth Unaware, Earth…
 
Lynnette Sheppard has a degree in family science and always dreamed of being a mother and wife. She had her first child and there were immediately challenges with his behavior that she and her husband did not expect. They felt unprepared and life became very challenging. This continued as she had more children. After years of struggles, she and her…
 
Matt Brown is the CEO of Living Scriptures. We talk about his life growing up as an only son with five sisters, his love of academics, how his family started Living Scriptures, watching his Father run the business, his experiences at BYU, his mission, working for the family business, selling to a broader Christian audience, starting his own family,…
 
Episode 129 is now available. My guests are Scott Sorensen and Ganel-Lyn Condie, hosts of the very popular Real Talk - Come Follow Me. We first get to know Scott. We talk about his love of sports, his mission to Detroit, how he met his wife, the winding path to reaching his goal of becoming a full time seminary teacher, his struggles with mental he…
 
Jason F. Wright is the author of several very popular books. We talk about his life growing up, the pain of losing his Father at age 16, his love of Christmas, his service as a Bishop, what inspires him to write and how he inspires others to serve. We also talk in depth about his book Christmas Jars. In addition to being a popular book and inspirin…
 
This week's guest is author Stephanie Dibb Sorensen. We talk about her life growing up, the journey to meeting her husband, her love of study and teaching, as well as the trials and joys of motherhood. We also discuss her new book, "Learn Of Me", a study guide to help us grow closer to the Savior. Stephanie is brilliant, open and so insightful.…
 
April Meservey is a talented singer / songwriter. We talk about how she developed her love of music, overcoming insecurity, life on the road as a touring artist, how her faith affects her music and how heartbreak lead her to record a song that was featured in front of an audience of millions at the Winter Olympics. April is so bright, positive and …
 
David Bowman is an artist, author and illustrator. We talk about how he got in to art, his beautiful fine art depictions of the Savior and his fun cartoon style books. We also discuss his new video series "Drawn In", a collection of videos designed to illustrate the lessons in Come Follow Me. David has a great passion for teaching and for sharing t…
 
Lisa Hatch is an incredibly talented entrepreneur. We talk about her life growing up on a dairy farm in a small town, getting married young and quickly divorced, the twenty three years she spent working side by side with Marie Osmond, getting remarried, raising children, ultimately navigating a difficult second divorce, dealing with painful family …
 
Roxanne Kennedy is the author of the book Cutting Ties. She tells the story of how she discovered her husband had a serious pornography addiction. This lead to years of Roxanne working through the lies, manipulation and so many other trials that come with this serious addiction. She chronicles how she ultimately found the strength through a loving …
 
Ken Williams is the author of the new book The Chocolate Cake Phenomenon: A More Delicious Way To Minister. In the episode, we talk about overcoming shyness and perfectionism in his youth, his mission and his love of Portugal, how he became a published author, a book he wrote with his daughter to get under his Mother-In-Law's skin and his newest bo…
 
Abby Stephens grew up in Cokeville Wyoming. We talk about her family, small town life and her mission. She tells the story of her brother being part of the Cokeville Miracle, ending up completely unscathed after a bomb was detonated in his school. She then tells us how she met her husband and the fateful night one week before their wedding when the…
 
Stephanie Madsen is an amazing singer and musician. In the episode we discuss her love of music and how she has built her career. Stephanie is so impressive. She shares how she uses technology such as digital recording, social media, YouTube, Patreon and other tools to record and share her music with her fans. We also talk about her day to day life…
 
My guests this week are the creators of PILLAR OF LIGHT, an illustrated graphic novel / comic book coming in the Spring of 2020 to celebrate the bi-centennial of Joseph Smith's First Vision. Andrew Knaupp is a visual artist and student of Church History who is passionate about telling the stories of the Prophet Joseph Smith. He helped write, art di…
 
Daniel L. Trotter is the author of A Different Kind Of Strong: Addiction & Adversity Leads To A 30-Day Fast & A Christ-Centered Life. In the episode we talk about Daniel's years of addiction to alcohol, hard drugs and pornography, his depression and impulses to end his life, his intense physical pains, and ultimately his quest to get strong and get…
 
Sharlee Mullins Glenn refers to herself as an "accidental activist". She founded Mormon Women for Ethical Government​ to advocate for a better tone in politics as well as for common sense issues. She also recently founded the Everyone Belongs Project​ to help stop bullying and to foster inclusion in schools. In addition to her civic activities, Sha…
 
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