John Nelson is an award-winning author and writer of both visionary
fiction and non-fiction. John’s whose work spans many different
areas—from exploring how technology will affect the future of our human
spiritual evolution, to methods for bring greater peace and healing in...
Patricia Kullberg hosts this episode of the Old Mole, which includes the
Saving the Planet: With climate change denial a dead letter, with many
countries now deeply injured and a great majority of the world’s population
concerned and seeking action, two...
Cynthia Bourgeault is a modern day mystic, Episcopal priest, writer, and
internationally known retreat leader who divides her time between solitude
at her seaside hermitage in Maine, and a demanding schedule of traveling
globally to teach and spread the recovery of the Chri...
Lynn Steger Strong, author of Want, graces Between the Covers with an
interview on her new novel Flight, a poignant inquiry on social class, love,
Lily King calls Flight "arresting and powerful".
John Baldoni is a global leadership educator, certified Master Corporate
Executive Coach, and author of 16 books that have been translated into ten
In 2021, the International Federation of Learning and Development named John
a World-Class Mentor and selected him...
On this segment of LTAR :The Second Pandemic- Domestic violence in America
Hosted by Professional Johnson
We are joined by a special guest, Mary Li, Director of the Multnomah Idea
Lab-a think tank in Portland, OR.
Nia Gray, our faith Reporter is on Assignment.
Join hosts Emma Lugo, Adam Carpinelli, Doug McVay and Karen James for Prison
Pipeline’s Holiday Special as we share your holiday messages to your loved
ones in prison. We’ll hear messages from the Family Preservation Project
alumni and much more. From all of us at Prison P...
Sue Miller is a novelist of the interior life, especially of relationships
and what drives them. Novels of ideas and feelings rather than of dramatic
events. Often harshly self-judging, there is such emotional honesty in her
novels that they sizzle and burn. In this tribute...
Congress passed the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) in 1978 following over
100 years of federal policies that separated Native children from their
families and frequently placed them in non-Native homes. A pending
decision before the US Supreme Court centers on the legalit...
It's KBOO's end-of-year pledge drive and the first person who pledges $250 to
KBOO during our show on Monday, December 19, will receive the gift of a
reversible felted and beaded purple shawl, handmade from a mix of merino wool
and silk by Fiber Mole Desiree Hellegers. T...