Allison Fallon is Indestructible

Allison Fallon returns to the StoryMen. Since she was last with us, her life has been turned upside down. She shares the journey from her new book, Indestructible. We explore trauma, how we recover and the healing power of writing your story.

Story Men - October 13, 2017

The Zombie Gospel with Danielle Strickland

The Zombie Gospel with Danielle Strickland

Salvation Army officer and warrior against human trafficking Danielle Strickland joins us. She quickly becomes our new favorite person as she explains why begrudgingly watching The Walking Dead became a spiritual exercise that tied directly into her justice mission. In This Episode: 4- Danielle Strickland 8 - In the Salvation Army 16 - The Zombie Gospel 33 - PPOW 40 - Connect with Danielle

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