May is Mental Health awareness month, and with so many people struggling with their mental health and stigmas surrounding talking about it, we felt it was a great time to have a podcast about the topic. this issue affects everyone, but particularly the youth and particularly LDS youth. You Got This is a not for profit organization who’s mission is to build, improve and maintaining relationships in schools, business, and communities to establish an early suicide prevention system.Read More
Judy Pham is a convert to the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints who grew up Buddhist in Northern California as a child of Vietnamese Immigrants. She moved to New York as a teenager and lived there for 10 years before moving back to the West Coast. Judy has was chosen to share her experiences at the recent Mormon Studies Conference at Claremont University as part of a panel of 4 LDS people discussing Millennials and mormonism.
Richard Ostler is a 58 year old small business owner, former YSA bishop, husband and father of 6 children. He started a podcast in February 2018 called Listen, Learn and Love which shares the stories of the LGBTQ community within the LDS Church . From their website, “Listen, Learn, and Love was created out of the desire to better understand our LGBTQ+ brothers and sisters. We believe in God and in His decree to love one another, and this website is one of the ways in which we hope to foster that love and understanding”. Richard has posted almost 100 episodes of his podcast in just over a year!Read More
Morgan Reber is a professional marketer and advertiser. in her free-time she hosts a podcast called “She Speaks”, which tackles feminist issues young women in the LDS church face today.Read More
Zach Cordell is a registered dietitian nutritionist with experience in one-on-one nutrition counseling, presenting to employee wellness efforts, and teaching as a college professor. He recently started a podcast called The Mormon Nutritionist Podcast which relates gospel principles to food, health and science. Zach earned his bachelor's degree in human nutrition from the University of North Carolina Greensboro, his Masters of community nutrition from the University of Massachusetts, and performed his clinical internship at Yale New Haven Hospital. He is also a husband and father to twin girls. On this episode..Read More
Bob Gardner is a husband, father of 6 kids, Kung Fu practitioner and personal coach. In 2017 he founded Liberateaman.com, a website dedicated to "Taking men from the pit of addiction to the heights of freedom by building a life that simply works on every possible level." On this episode of the podcast.Read More
Kortni Niccoli is a young entrepreneur who started the Swimwear brand Kortni Jeane . Established in 2014, Kortni launched Kortni Jeane in hopes of bringing you swimmers that represent your personality without having to pay for a custom suit. Kortni wanted to create a swimmer that every person, no matter their body type, feels comfortable and. confident in, and it all started with a sewing machine and a dream. Today, Kortni Jeane is a global brand selling to thousands of Women, Kids and Men and not only that, giving back to the community. Kortni has done all of this while navigating her early twenties, living her faith, getting married and starting a family. On this episode..Read More
Brittany Frank was living the dream as a spirited 21 year old cross country runner at Utah State University when a tragic repelling accident left her paralyzed from the waist down. In the 6 years since her accident, Brittany has chosen to share her story of resilience and finding joy in her circumstance, while at the same time getting married, working full time, becoming a dog mom and then a human mom to a very cute 8 month old son named Will. On this episode of the podcast..Read More