In episode 186, you will hear from the crew at SFAC: Mick Pease, Dan Hope and Dr Caitlin Lance Hope. They get into an array of topics with Phil and Brandon around child protection, family care services and what they’ve learned from years working in global child welfare.

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In episode 185, you will hear from Tamrat Kebede who is the Ethiopia Director for Selamta Family Project. Tamrat talks with Phil and Brandon about his own experience growing up in an orphanage and how that has informed his work overseeing Selamta’s family and community based model of care. Tamrat also explains the current conflict unfolding in Ethiopia and how that is adversely affecting orphans and vulnerable children in the country.

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In episode 177, you will hear from children’s rights advocate and global voice for care leavers, Ruth Wacuka. She’ll be talking with us about the importance of engaging care leavers beyond just hearing their stories, but collaborating on actual care programming and reforms. 

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In this recast Episode 168, you will hear from Josh Shipp, author of the best-selling book, The Teen’s Guide to World Domination, global youth empowerment expert, and acclaimed speaker. Continue reading →

In Episode 130, you will hear from Juan Porto, Director of Back2Back’s ministry in Monterrey, Mexico, talking with Phil about: 
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In Episode 87, you will hear from Pam Parish, mother of 7, Founder and President of Connections Homes, blogger, and author, talking with Phil about: Continue reading →

In Episode 86, you will hear from Sandeep, Ruth, and Vanita Thomas, public speakers and an adoptive family, talking with Phil about:  Continue reading →

In Episode 85, you will hear from Russell Breton, Founder of Vision Launchers, Public Speaker, Former Foster Kid, and Entrepreneur, talking with Phil about: Continue reading →

In Episode 52, you will hear from Delia Pop, Director of Programs and Global Advocacy for Hope and Homes for Children, talking with Phil about: Continue reading →