Lynn Moorer spoke with C. S. “Chris” Fuqua about his collection of short stories, Walking After Midnight. Each features deep unhappiness, sadness, hard times, and/or horror. Some of the stories offer up satirical social commentary that should be taken with a hearty groan and roll of the eyes, according to Chris.
THE SUNDAY SHOW: Respectful Conversations About a Diversity of Religious Beliefs and Practices -- Polly Perez
Stuart Kelter interviews Polly Perez about her experiences as a Zen Buddhist nun.
Lynn Moorer discussed with Elizabeth N. Lewis her memoir, Between Our Worlds: The True Story of a Poor Peruvian Girl’s Impossible Dream to Become a Doctor and How Our Journey Changed My Life. A nurse who regularly donated her time and expertise to participate in medical mission trips to Peru as part of a surgical team performing cleft-palate or cleft-lip surgeries, Elizabeth explained how meeting a young interpreter with sad eyes who harbored a dream to become a medical doctor led her and her husband Tom to make the momentous decision to help pay for all her medical schooling. When Elizabeth and Tom make a shocking discovery, they have no regrets because their generosity came with no strings attached.
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