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Saved at San Quentin: Chris Schuhmacher

Chris Schumacher never thought he would murder one of his friends. But a rage came over him when drugs went missing from his home, and he committed the unthinkable. Chris led a partying lifestyle prio...

Love and Isolation: Donnie and Sharon Fritts

In 2002, Donnie Fritts was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer (ameloblastic carcinoma) and in a 12-hour surgery in 2003, doctors removed three tumors along with a good portion of his face. In the ye...

Forgiving The Unforgivable: Marietta Jaeger

On our journey towards understanding the practice of forgiveness, we learned about a woman with an extraordinary story — one that lead her down a path many would never attempt. In the summer of 1973, ...

Church at the Star Wars Cantina: Nadia Bolz-Weber

From three different states, Tom and Kelly talk to Nadia Bolz-Weber, the tattooed, opinionated Lutheran preacher featured in the neighborhood project episode 5, Black and White. In this podcast Tom, K...

Forgiveness, Not For The Faint of Heart: Ev Worthington

In 1996 Ev Worthington’s mother was murdered. The killer was never brought to justice. About ten years later, his brother, traumatized by the scene of the crime, committed suicide. Everett, a cl...