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Socially Responsible

Socially Responsible

By Carrie
This podcast is put on by City Life Church that exists to honor God, and make disciples that are Christ-centered, Spirit empowered, and socially responsible. These conversations will specifically target social responsibility and what that looks like right where God has us.
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Cross cultural missions - Margaret and Duncan
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Margaret and Duncan have both participated in cross cultural missions in a short term context. We get to talk about their experiences and why they would choose to “go” again!
April 29, 2021
Never the Same: On Campus | Sarah And Cassie
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This is episode two of the Never the Same series. Sarah and Cassie talk about how they were transformed on the college campus and how they have given their lives to God’s mission to see college students follow Jesus. To watch this conversation you can go to
April 13, 2021
NEVER THE SAME | Community with Terrence and Beth
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This is episode one in a three part series where I got to chat live with friends about how they were never the same after they encountered God and His mission! If you want to watch this conversation you can here:
April 06, 2021
Amy Bezecny - Cultivating Families
Amy Bezecny is the founder of Cultivating Families. An organization that bridges the gap between the faith community and foster and adoption agencies. In this episode you will hear her deep desire to see that no child is left to do life alone. You can learn more about Cultivating Families @
August 05, 2020
Community in Corona + Beautiful Collision
Margaret Kazibwe the host of the Beautiful Collision podcast and also one of my very best friends. We talk about the importance of community and the challenges of living it in this social distancing landscape. If you want to know more about the Beautiful Collision podcast check out @beautifulcollisionpodcast on Instagram!
July 26, 2020
Tracy Dudley - Life as a Renegade, flipping the hustle
Tracy Dudley is the founder of Project Girls - a non profit that directly provides care for women who are victims of human trafficking. Tracy was a victim herself and spent many years as a “renegade” on the southeast side of Houston. After many years of addiction and dependence she is now free and chose to go back to the Southeast side to be a help to women in the life that she knows all too well. We are SO thankful for her candor in this episode!
May 26, 2020
Holly and Sterling Love - Exchainge ministry
Holly and Sterling are newlyweds and both work in healthcare. By night, however, you may find them looking for brothels that masquerade as massage parlors in Houston. Honestly, these two have such a passion to see women and men in the trafficking industry restored, and their life mirrors this passion.
May 13, 2020
Ashley Sims - Care for abused and neglected children
Ashley Sims it’s chatting with me about her background in care for abused and neglected children. She has interned and worked for many different arenas in providing care for kids and teenagers who have had traumatic pasts giving her a well rounded and diverse view into the progression. Ashley also gives us a look into selection process to foster and adoption as well as her predictions for post quarantine children who have been abused and neglected.
May 12, 2020
Justin Wise - Anti-Trafficking, Ending Demand, and Prayer
I’m talking to Justin Wise. Justin is a man who has a deep burden to end Human-trafficking. He is a regular citizen, like you and me, that has been called by God to make a difference in this city. Justin explains so well why human-trafficking will not end unless the demand does. You guys, Justin drops some amazing organizations that are doing so much to end human-trafficking in our city! Here are a few you can check out!
April 17, 2020
Dr. Christina Mally - Counseling, Trauma, and Wellness
In this episode Dr. Christina Mally walks us through her path to discovering a major block counselors, ministers, or any kind of care giver, can come in contact with. She has some incredibly helpful ways we can be socially responsible while making sure we are not on a destructive path. In this episode I mention a Christian mindfulness app that has helped me, here is the link to it: Also, here is where you can keep up with Christina and see all of the encouraging things she writes and creates:
April 16, 2020
Never from a place of earning
This episode is just lil’ o me sharing my heart for Social Responsibility. I share my story and how I’ve failed and pose a new take on our spiritual disciplines. Hope you enjoy! ((Podcast reference
April 08, 2020