An incredible story of a family’s hope after losing two children to a rare genetic condition. Drawing on her faith and her family, this week’s episode is a story of a mother’s love, her daily decision to show hope and courage and her belief that the future will be better than today.
A youth in trouble isn’t a lost cause; they’re an opportunity for hope and leadership. That’s the mindset Tina Clem of Calgary Youth Justice Society has when working with youth who have been in the court system. And the language the youth gain through their work with CYJS is just what sets them on the right path.
Today Lindsay is joined by Alex Malebranche to discuss the path to hope by normalizing feelings, teaching our children emotional intelligence and awareness, and how we can open the door to these conversations in our lives.
Dr. Bibi Pirayesh joins the podcast today to share her story as an educational therapist and why learning disabilities are a social justice issue.
Sarah Moss details how the programs at Cornerstone of Hope help families commit to hope and equip future generations to face difficult emotions and situations with hope.
Charmaine Hammond joins the podcast to discuss the power of shared experiences, collective hope, and people coming together to make a difference.
Maryann Kerr shares how she was able to find hope in purpose while experiencing tremendous grief and life changes.
Melissa Corkum shares her experiences with adoption and where adoptive parents can turn for support, resources, and added hope.
Many believe that joy is something that certain people are just born with, or that it is a feeling only afforded to the privileged. Today’s guest firmly disagrees and has made it her mission to help everyone find the spots of joy in their lives. Leona deVinne joins us today to share how she found joy during times of immense …
We all have dreams and goals we are motivated to achieve. But sometimes when we finally achieve those goals, we find they don’t align with what we actually want in life. Maybe your priorities changed or the lifestyle just doesn’t end up meeting your needs. How can you move forward from that? This is something today’s guest is all too …
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