Seemingly Ordinary Podcast

On the surface, the guests of this podcast are seemingly ordinary. And yet, they have great stories and ideas, and they’ve done great things. New episodes every Tuesday.

81. Joe Hunninghake and the Saints

Joe Hunninghake, a deputy sheriff, knows a lot about saints, from those facing execution to the mystics who know things that startle us all. His podcast is "The Heavenly Social."

80. Peter King, Local Actor

Peter King just completed his first year at St. Thomas Aquanis College in California. I interviewed him in late May 2021, and that episode debuted on July 6, 2021. In it, we discussed his life in the arts: acting, singing, writing, and more.Peter has also been in...

78. Joe Hunninghake: Deputy Sheriff

This is a tough era to join the police, but Joe Hunninghake felt compelled to serve as many people as possible. Ever since he made this decision, his life has become incredibly rewarding.Joe is also a performer for Tan Books, a company that makes audiobooks. With Tan...

76. Abby Herrick and Molly Cook on Beauty

This is an unusual episode: two artists discuss beauty. What it is, how to create it, and why we need it to make life worthwhile. This far-ranging conversation is mediative and thought-provoking, just like Abby and Molly.Abby Herrick is a senior in college studying to...

74. Erin Forbes Is the Author of the Fire & Ice Series

Erin Forbes is the author of "The Elementals," "The Lost Dreamer," and "The Kindred Woods," available on Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and everywhere books are sold. It’s an epic fantasy trilogy, and the covers are gorgeous. Erin is also a graphic designer, and gives...

73. Dr. Christy Dalke on Healing

Christy Dalke is a psychologist who works for the Veterans’ Administration. She knows a lot about PTSD, Eye-Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR) Therapy, Skills Training in Affect and Interpersonal Regulation (STAIR) Therapy, Cognitive Processing Therapy...

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