84: What Can We Learn from Cases like Gabby Petito’s? Feat. Domestic & Sexual Assault Officer Amy O’ Donahue

84: What Can We Learn from Cases like Gabby Petito’s? Feat. Domestic & Sexual Assault Officer Amy O’ Donahue

In today’s episode we invited our friend Amy O’Donahue, Domestic and Sexual Assault Officer for Ashland and Bayfield Counties to weigh in on the recent case of Gabby Petito, a 22-year-old female who went missing and whose remains were found after traveling...
83: What Should Parents Know About Online Gaming? Feat. Online Gaming Monitor Liz Almquist

83: What Should Parents Know About Online Gaming? Feat. Online Gaming Monitor Liz Almquist

Could you be inviting a predator into your child’s life through online gaming? This source of escape and entertainment is so common for kids, in fact 84% of teens say they have a game console at home or have access to one (pew research). But this could also...
Faith’s Role in the Fight, Feat. Jo Lembo of Shared Hope International

Faith’s Role in the Fight, Feat. Jo Lembo of Shared Hope International

How does faith equip us to fight against such a great evil as the enslavement of individuals? To share more about this we invited Jo Lembo, Director of Faith Initiatives and National Outreach for Shared Hope International. Jo explains how Shared Hope began on a...
Dethroning the King of R&B

Dethroning the King of R&B

Multi-platinum R&B artist R. Kelly has been found guilty of sexual abuse, 8 violations of an anti-sex trafficking law, as well as racketeering, or leading an enterprise to recruit underage girls for sex since his rise to fame as early as the 1990’s. So why...