On That's The #TRUTH podcast : Premiere Season 1 - Episode 6 Today’s Guest is Arlene Samen, Founder& Chief Visionary Officer, of One Heart Worldwide. Arlene began her career in Utah as a nurse practitioner at age 27, specializing in maternal and fetal medicine. In 1997, His Holiness the Dalai Lama asked Arlene to save the lives of mothers and their newborns living in Tibet, where one in ten newborns were dying of preventable causes. In 2004, Arlene left her clinical practice
On That's The #TRUTH podcast : Premiere Season 1 - Episode 1 Amy was born in Vietnam and immigrated to the United States in 1980. The fall of Saigon propelled her family to embark on a treacherous journey to America. She lived in Seattle most of her life and worked for large corporations like Microsoft and T-Mobile. In 2017, when Amy’s mother passed, Amy quit her corporate career to write her mother’s story. Amy’s debut novel, Snow in Vietnam, was published in 2019 and kick
I was a prodigal once myself This reflection is based on my own personal experience and is a message to those who have experienced a desire to over-distance themselves from their family. This does not apply to situations where violence/safety are an issue. If you find yourself in an unsafe situation please contact authorities/support personnel in your area. It’s likely you’ve heard the parable of The Prodigal Son - a stubborn boy leaves his family, taking only his inheritance
It Shouldn't Seem Weird to Read a Verse in Context Culture often removes verses from their intended context and places them on a social media painted canvas dripping with embellishments of white words on a perfectly drawn sunset. Don’t get me wrong, I am in no way diminishing the beauty of God’s word or artistic expression, I’m simply noting that beauty rests within the truth, and it is our responsibility to take those nuggets of truth and apply them to our lives ACCURATELY.