Soulful 7 Conversations

Soulful 7 Conversations

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Soulful 7 with Gene Regen

I conceived the idea of Soulful 7 Conversations selfishly because I wanted to hear how other people make sense of the human spiritual experience here on earth hoping it might inform and expand my own. Always I am on the search for new ways to see and experience God,

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Soulful 7 with Isse Waddey

It is my great honor to introduce my dear friend Isse Waddey to Soulful 7 Conversations. She is a mother, wife, friend, successful health care professional, woman of incredible faith and currently battling stage 4 colon cancer. My conversation with Isse was a huge wake-up call for me and I

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Soulful 7 with Anne Stauffer

Today's guest on Soulful 7 Conversations is my friend, mentor and all-around beautiful human being, Anne Alexander Stauffer.  Her resume is extraordinary: anthropologist, ordained minister, licensed therapist for over forty years, healer, author, ballroom dancer and that is just scratching the surface. Anne is well-known for her sacred retreat in the

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Soulful 7 with John Wallace

Today's guest on Soulful 7 Conversations is my superhero friend, John Wallace. We have been friends for over twenty-five years. I know John as a steady, kind husband, invested father to four children under the age of ten, a man of faith, and a well-accomplished and respected professional. Two years ago,

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Soulful 7 with Tallu Quinn

Today's guest on Soulful 7 Conversations is a mentor and a dear friend. Tallu Schuyler Quinn is a mother, wife, artist, activist, and the creative heart and soul of The Nashville Food Project. She brings to her day-to-day life a pure heart, deep authenticity, and a beautiful faith. We met eight years

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Soulful 7 with Elizabeth Hasselbeck

Always I am curious and inspired by the human spiritual experience here on earth. At Vanderbilt Divinity School, I studied the spiritual writings of St. Teresa d’Avila, Brother Lawrence, Mother Theresa, Dorothy Day, Martin Luther King, Gandhi, Thomas Merton, Flannery O’Connor, Wendell Berry, St. Paul, Mother Mary, Jesus and many more.

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