June 12, 2019
Special Guest: Amy Sorrells, an award-winning author of four novels, one of which, How Sweet The Sound, helps survivors find hope in the midst of the hard road of healing from sexual abuse
May 22, 2019
Special Guest: Kristen Morse, Global Reach Director at A21 in Washington, DC.
May 8, 2019
Special Guest Jackie Dorman, author of The Heart Work Book, walks us through heart wounds that can become roadblocks to true inner healing and helps us discover tools for getting past those roadblocks and finding true identity and wholeness.
April 24, 2019
Mary, Nicole and special guest therapist, Alicia Miller, chat about the adult healing journey after child sexual abuse, narrowing in on the relationship with a caretaker who didn’t believe or in some way told you to “hush”, and the decisions you can make now for the road ahead.
March 27, 2019
Cindy Stiverson (Nicole’s mom) joins us to talk about her new book “Woven” and the importance of creating safe environments where women are free to share openly about their experiences and struggles.
March 13, 2019
A white grandma talks about crossing lines of age, race and trauma experiences. Plus shares stories from her work in the abolitionist movement. Guest: Connie Anderson
February 27, 2019
Sexual abuse survivor, author and activist Nicole Braddock Bromley with on-air radio personality and survivor Mary O'Brien. Empathy: what it is, what it isn’t, and why it matters...especially in the lives and stories of survivors of sexual abuse. #metoo #churchtoo
February 13, 2019
Special Guests: Vicky and Vince Didato, therapists with a long respected history of working with sexual abuse survivors as well as the support people within a survivor’s circle of inspiration. Vicky is also the director of the Child Sexual Abuse Institute of Ohio.
January 30, 2019
Special Guest: Amy Willmann talks about the struggle and the breakthrough when it comes to trauma care for sexual abuse and trafficking survivors in residential facilities and how a "church lady" can walk alongside survivors and be a key part of their healing road.
January 16, 2019
Special Guest: Dr. Christena Cleveland is a social psychologist, public theologian, author and professor. She is the first Associate Professor of the Practice of Reconciliation at Duke University’s Divinity School and the author of Disunity in Christ: Uncovering the Hidden Forces that Keep Us Apart.
Christena integrates justice and reconciliation, hope and lament, social psychology and theology, research and practice, pro-blackness and pro-humanity, truth and love, and contemplation and action. In pursuit of a new reality in which all people have an empowered seat at the table, and there is no longer us and them – but simply us.