PC66 Freedom from our internal chains with Bryan Falchuk

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Most of us are walking around with chains on.  Like the famous character Scrooge, our chains can be added to us link-by-link.  For author and coach, Bryan Falchuk, many of his chains started in coping with his parent's divorce where he used food as a way to cope.  For several years he bounced back and forth in a struggle with obesity.  Food was a reliable coping mechanism again and again, until Bryan found a way to break the chains.

PC65 Tim McManus founder of State Wars Hockey

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Our guest today is Tim McManus, founder of State Wars.  A hockey organization designed to empower kids of all ages to compete for their home state.  An organization that started 2005 and has grown to multiple states and hundreds of teams.  Tim joins us today to discuss the inspiration of this idea and the importance of empowering kids to participate and compete.

PC64 False Love with Brad Hambrick

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Betrayal from a spouse or partner whether it is physical sexual betrayal, or mental betrayal through pornographic media can leave several wounds in a relationship.  There is hope after betrayal, and it starts with forgiveness.  Our guest this week is Brad Hambrick, author of False Love.  Brad shares details about his ministry in helping to heal old wounds and work better to recognize the dangers of false love.

PC63 Following Your Children's Leadership with Dr. Joey Faucette

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Dr. Joey Faucette launched his professional life in radio as a drive-time jockey that led to many new professional levels.  Leadership has always been at the core of his success and he has a tip for all of you parents wanting to teach your children how to lead...hint...it starts with you letting your kids take charge in some things.