Young farmer Nathan Henderson works his land with draft horses and says he is seeing other young people return to farming. We hear his routine as he tills and cares for the horses. Produced by Lauren Ober.
Less than a year ago, Bill Caswell wore a suit and tie to work as a banker. He was laid off last May, and now Bill’s living his dream of street car rally racing. He recently entered the WRC Corona Rally in Mexico. Also in this episode, Dan and Sue Randle have opened a new business: a kayak polo club.
Soon after William Lobdell became a Christian, he got what seemed like his dream job: he became the religion writer for the Los Angeles Times. Then he found himself reporting on stories of religious hypocrisy and betrayal at the height of the clergy abuse scandal.
Like Barack Obama, Xavier Bishop is a politician who ran for office as an outsider. Originally from Chicago, Xavier wanted to become mayor of Moss Point, Miss. Xavier won the election, but then he was tested mightily: On his first day in office, a hurricane hit.
When the Army raised the age limit for enlistment from 35 to 42, single working mom Kristi Jo Newland leaped at the chance to get her nursing education paid for. Kristi, her husband, and their children join Dick to talk about sacrifice and success, and the challenges of facing all of it at this time in their lives. Kristi turns 42 in October. Also on the show: a social worker who helps parents maintain a healthy post-divorce relationship.