Doug Noble - Writing Life

  Doug Noble

Doug Noble

Doug Noble is an author, a father, and a husband. Doug is also an explorer, an amateur philosopher, a shaman-in-residence. He embraces a Buddhist Path of spirituality and is in the process of Lay Ordination. He is a podcast lover with numerous podcasts under his belt, including Chasing Bodhi and the Ascending Apes Bookcast with his friend, Jason Abbot. Doug is a life-long learner, and a man trying to live up to his name

Contact Info:

Web | douglasjohnnoble.com
Facebook | facebook.com/douglasjnoble
Instagram | instagram.com/douglasjohnnoble
Twitter | twitter.com/dougynoble
Podcast | chasingbodhi.com
Books | Amazon's Doug John Noble Page


I would also like to thank my very talented friend Luke Justin Roberts and Ivystone Records for the use of a portion of their song Walk to Freedom from the album They'll Have Dreams for the show's intro and exit music.

Storm - She's Doing It For Herself

 Sheila Storm

Sheila Storm

Sheila Storm - or as most of us, her friends, call her - Storm, is a Transgender Black woman living in Atlanta, Georgia.

In this conversation with Nar, Storm shares much of her journey - her transition from being a minister in a Pentecostal church, to coming out as Gay, to finally realizing and embracing that she is Transgender.

I would also like to thank my very talented friend Luke Justin Roberts and Ivystone Records for the use of a portion of their song Walk to Freedom from the album They'll Have Dreams for the show's intro and exit music.

 

Contact Info:

Facebook | facebook.com/TheStormRafael
Instagram | instagram.com/iamstormrafael

Note

We are currently in the process of registering the show with iTunes. We will let you know as soon as this has been approved. Until the, enjoy listening on the web site, or feel free to download the episode on your mobile device!

 

 

Sarah Heath - We Are Enough

 Sarah Heath

Sarah Heath

Originally from Canada and Southern Mississippi, Sarah Heath currently serves the First United Methodist Church in Costa Mesa California, where she is the lead pastor for a church re-start and revitalization. Sarah is a pastor, author, speaker, athlete and has a passion for music, traveling, acting, creating art, playing and watching sports. The biggest blessings in her life are her random assortment of talented friends and her amazing mutt of a dog, Tenor.

Knowing Sarah, I cannot say I was surprised by her vulnerability during our show - I will say that I was extremely pleased.

I encourage you to check out Sarah's Kickstarter Campaign and help her reach her goal of $8,000 for the completion of Sonderlust The Podcast.

Kickstarter Update:
Sarah has achieved her goal! We are so proud of her and are looking forward to the continuation of Sonderlust The Podcast and the beauty she will be offering!


CONGRATULATIONS SARAH!

I would also like to thank my very talented friend Luke Justin Roberts and Ivystone Records for the use of a portion of their song Walk to Freedom from the album They'll Have Dreams for the show's intro and exit music.

Contact Info:

Web | revsarahheath.com
Facebook | facebook.com/minirevsarahheath
Instagram | instagram.com/revsarahheath
Twitter | twitter.com/@sarahheath
Podcast | Sonderlust The Podcast

Note

We are currently in the process of registering the show with iTunes. We will let you know as soon as this has been approved. Until the, enjoy listening on the web site, or feel free to download the episode on your mobile device!

 

 

The PreCast

  Nar Martinez

Nar Martinez

On this inaugural PreCast episode of the Amazing Humans Being Show, Brandon Mouser interviews Nar about who he is and what he wants to accomplish with the Amazing Humans Being Show and web site.

Special Thanks ...

First, I want to thank Brandon, one of my dearest and best of friends, for being the guest host on this episode, and for being someone who has stood beside me for a decade now in every venture and adventure I've embarked upon. I literally could not have done many of the things I've done without him. I count myself blessed knowing such a great man and having such a great friend and brother.

I would also like to thank my very talented friend Luke Justin Roberts and Ivystone Records for the use of a portion of their song Walk to Freedom from the album They'll Have Dreams for the show's intro and exit music.