Legendary pro wrestler and author of a new book Wrestling For My Life, Shawn Michaels, shares his personal story of renewal and redemption and talks about the role and expectations of men in our society.
Bryan Platt of Jackson Co. Right to Life talks about tonight’s StandUpGirl fundraising event in Medford and discusses the SB 894 bill in the Oregon legislature that is trying to ensure that a woman’s health service, which includes abortion, is free and guaranteed by all Oregon insurance companies.
Bruce Peppin, author of The Best is Yet to Be, distills the angst, lostness, and disappointment that infuse the generation of Baby Boomers and provides five necessary ingredients for finishing life well.
Adie Goldberg, Psychiatric Social Worker for the palliative care program at Rogue Regional Medical Center and a member of COHO’s leadership council, discusses whether there is ever a good time to have end-of-life conversations and talks about the impact of the optical performance in learning.
Wallace Henley, former aide in the Nixon White House and a teaching pastor at Second Baptist Church in Houston, TX, discusses former NBC Nightly News Anchor Brian Williams and the challenges of finding truth in the virtual world we live in.