In Episode 90, you will hear from Jason Kovacs, Adoptive Dad, Co-Founder of Together for Adoption, Author, Counselor with Austin Stone Counseling Center, and Speaker, talking with Phil about: Continue reading →

In Episode 89, you will hear from Mark & Jan Foreman, authors of Never Say No, and (Mark) pastor of North Coast Calvary Church, talking with Phil about:  Continue reading →

In Episode 88, you will hear from Amanda Cox, who has worked with Lumos, Faith-to-Action Initiative, and Hope and Homes for Children to help orphaned and vulnerable children around the world flourish, talking with Phil about: Continue reading →

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 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 84, you will hear from Brian Fikkert, President of The Chalmers Center, Professor of Economics and Community Development at Covenant College, and co-author of When Helping Hurts, talking with Phil about:  Continue reading →

In Episode 83, you will hear from Arturo Barrientos, Director of Development for Casa Viva, talking with Phil about: Continue reading →

In Episode 82, you will hear from Herbie Newell, Executive Director and President of Lifeline Children’s Services, talking with Phil about: Continue reading →

In Episode 80, Phil previews what’s to come in Season 4, which will include more great interviews with experts from around the world, blog posts from Phil and others, and more. Continue reading →

In Episode 79, we re-visit Season 3 and share with you excerpts from the Top 10 episodes of Season 3, based on downloads, comments, and feedback during 2017. The link to each episode (or episodes in the case of two-part episodes) is available below, and we hope that you continue to learn from our incredible guests after hearing the clips from their interviews. Continue reading →