Episode 10 – with Keasha Beard

Memoirs of Keasha is a new Hip-hop album ranked in the top 100 on Spotify. Emerging from a past of addiction, low self-esteem, and utter darkness, Keasha is breathing optimism into the mic.  Themes of forgiveness, contentment, vulnerability, and persistence are part of her transformation.

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Episode 9 – with Jared Fredeen

Growing up in Pennsylvania, Jared moved to California to pursue music full time. Champagne Sunday features Jared and his wife Jessi as they now reside in the Pacific Northwest. Jared saw division and unhelathy churches which contributed to his atheist position and left a bad taste in his mouth regarding Jesus.

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Episode 7 – with Hemant Mehta

Author, blogger, and atheist activist who became known for “selling his soul” on eBay. Mehta was born in Chicago and raised in the Jain faith; he later became an atheist as a teenager. He is the father of two children.

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Episode 6 – with Geneen Roth

Compulsive eating and perpetual dieting can be linked to personal disappointments, stress, and attitude decisions. In her latest book “This Messy Magnificent Life,” Geneen shows us how spiritual life can be very positive in restoring a healthy body image and deep security. Geneen is a popular author who has shared her story on many shows including Oprah, The Today Show, 20/20, and Good Morning America.

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Episode 4 with Melissa Bernstein

Melissa Bernstein is the co-founder and Chief Creative Officer of Melissa & Doug, the global toy company committed to igniting imagination and a sense of wonder in all children so they can discover themselves, their passions and their purpose.

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