"Lisa Hendey and Friends" invites you into dialogue with authors and entertainment industry professionals, spiritual bright lights and seekers, and whoever else Lisa meets along her daily journey. From LA to Kenya and all points in between, come along for the conversation!
On this week's show, Cathy Gilmore, creator of Tiny Virtue Heroes, helps us understand how even small creatures can teach us to be virtuous superheroes!
About Cathy Gilmore:
“Mrs. Virtue Lady” Cathy Gilmore is an award-winning children's author, educator, and virtue advocate. Her passion is to help families grow virtue-strong in simple, creative, and JOYFUL ways.
About Tiny Virtue Heroes:
Tiny Virtue Heroes are pretend friends who turn children’s IMAGINATION into a sacred training space, in which everyday habits are powered by God’s grace to become real-life super-powers! These animal and insect characters are friendly “sidekick” storytellers, who introduce kids to Virtue Heroes from the Bible and from the Virtue Mission Regions of the world. Pretending with the Virtue Heroes can make children virtue-STRONG! One by one, a series of storybooks are emerging to bring these characters to life in an especially vivid way. The first story, A Mouse and a Miracle, is available now!
On this week's show, we address the importance of having sometimes difficult family conversations and what a diagnosis of dementia means for families with Rhonda Hoffman, author of When I'm Not Me Anymore: A Pre-Dementia Love Letter to My Daughters . About Rhonda Hoffman Rhonda Hoffman is a first-time author who lives in Sherwood Park, Alberta – right around the corner from her daughters. About When I'm Not Me Anymore From Rhonda Hoffman: "A familiar stranger. That is who my mom became as dementia slowly took hold of her. She was someone I knew and loved but not the same person she had been. A profound sadness hit me when I realized that my daughters may one day have to deal with me in this same condition and I wanted them to know that who I become if this happens is not really who I am. The things I will say and do will be coming from someone who has gradually become a stranger to them. Everything about our life together will change when I have nowher
On this week's show, we converse about the joy of music, creating during Coronavirus, and the beauty of " Little Dreams " with singer/songwriter Marie Miller . About Marie Miller Marie Miller is a singer/songwriter and mandolin player from the Blue Ridge Mountains in Virginia. She grew up on a small vineyard with her parents and nine siblings in an old house named Glenway. Her most notable performance was for Pope Francis and 700,000 attendees at the Festival of Families in Philadelphia, PA. About Little Dreams With LITTLE DREAMS Miller has chosen to return to the acoustic, folk-oriented, approach of her roots. But she’s still creating music for the same reason she always has: a desire to connect people with beauty, solace, and cheer. “It’s the reason why I came, the reason why I’ll stay,” to pull a line from the album’s title track. “No matter where I go, beauty finds me somehow,” she says. Still, LITTLE DREAMS isn’t following the script of “happily ever
On this week's show, we visit with Erin Dooley, a filmmaker, speaker, and author, about her projects " Broken and Beautiful " and " A Way to Forgiveness ". Erin's work has been viewed nationwide in groups, theaters and parishes. Visit Erin to learn more about her projects at www.DashEntertainmentLLC.com and how to bring her to your church or community. C heck out all of our book and movie picks at Lisa's Amazon Page . For Lisa's speaking schedule visit www.LisaHendey.com . Send your feedback to email@example.com or connect with Lisa on social media @LisaHendey.