A Reason for Hope

Posted: May 30, 2020 by Brian Johnston

America's soul is aching in the wake of the tragic murder of George Floyd. Far from an isolated incident, injustices of this magnitude find ourselves questioning the very nature of humanity. Today I spent the day in the middle of a community reeling in pain, but I came out on the other side with a warmer heart and a renewed sense of hope. I'd like to try to bring you along for the ride because the destination is peaceful.

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What is SUCCESS?

Posted: February 28, 2020 by The Proversation

While the yardstick by which we measure success is personal and relative, is it something that requires recalibration periodically? Most of us get so busy supporting a family that we never even ask the question: What does success look like to me? We've got our eyes on the prize in today's Proversation.

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Low Yield and High Hopes: Reasons for Optimism

Posted: February 15, 2020 by Brian Johnston

A cursory glance at today's headlines tells a different story than what is typically drip-fed to us by the mainstream media. A Republican initiative to plant a trillion trees, the political awakening of American youth, and a big-picture look at the impact of next-generation nuclear weapons on arms control negotiations are just a few of the topics on hand for today's Proversation.

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Good VS Evil : Who is Winning?

Posted: January 31, 2020 by Brian Johnston

Sometimes it seems that the world is ensconced in negativity--a simple glance at the news and social media can quickly confirm this point of view. There seems no end to evidence that forces of evil are gaining traction in our society. But is this really accurate? In this, our first podcast of the new year, we take a deeper look at society in an attempt to assess the situation from a wider perspective.

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