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Stories of the Forgotten

Chris and Katie engage in tough conversations about homelessness and other social injustices.

Who stole the turkey?

S1 E43 • November 27, 2020 • Chris Aaron Rice and Katie Kepley

On this episode we discuss National Homeless Awareness Month and what you can do to raise awareness. We also talk about the history of Thanksgiving and what biblical thanksgiving looks like.

To Love Out Loud

S1 E41 • November 20, 2020 • Chris Aaron and Christie Love

Today we talk with Christie Love about her experience as a leader in ministry and the church. Join us for this very special conversation about the American Church and local ministry.

Knowledge Is Power

S1 E41 • November 6, 2020 • Chris Aaron Rice and Katie Kepley

Today we discuss the different resources available in Springfield for the homeless.

To Serve and Be Forgotten

S1 E40 • October 30, 2020 • Rodney, Chris Aaron and Katie Kepley

Today we talk about veterans and their experience living on the streets. Rodney is an Army Veteran and he was homeless for over two months. He shares some of his testimony and we engage in hard conversation about difficulties he faces.

Vulnerable

S1 E39 • October 23, 2020 • Chris Aaron Rice and Katie Kepley

A special guest shares her testimony about living on the streets as a woman. Join us for this special episode of Stories of the Forgotten podcast. We have a special guest who will share the realities of women living on the streets.

To Be A Man

S1 E38 • October 16, 2020 • Chris Aaron Rice and Katie Kepley

What is it like to live on the streets as a man? Join us for this special episode of the Stories of the Forgotten. DeAbre Triplett shares his testimony and the realities of living on the streets as a man.

Are We There Yet

S1 E37 • October 9, 2020 • Chris Aaron Rice and Katie Kepley

The History and Vision of NLEC and the VCHC Today we share the history of NLEC and our core values. We talk about the vision of the Veterans Coming Home Center as well.

Hello My Name Is...

S1 E36 • October 2, 2020 • Chris Aaron Rice and Katie Kepley

We are revamping the podcast. Katie and Chris share some exciting new changes. They also share their testimonies and how they began working at NLEC.

Filling the God Sized Hole

S1 E35 • September 25, 2020 • Chris Aaron Rice and Katie Kepley

Today we talk about substance abuse and addiction. Join us for a special conversation about substance abuse and addiction. How does addiction impact the homeless? Quinton Forrester brings his unique experience to the conversation.

The Fight to Survive

S1 E34 • September 18, 2020 • Chris Aaron Rice and Katie Kepley

Many obstacles block people with disabilities from breaking the cycle of homelessness. In this podcast we will cover disabilities and the major obstacles they create for people trying to break out of the cycle of homelessness.

Biblical Justice in a Broken World

S1 E33 • September 11, 2020 • Chris Aaron Rice and Katie Kepley

The criminal justice system in the United States is broken. Join us in a conversation about how the criminal justice system impacts homeless individuals.

Walk A Mile In My Shoes

S1 E32 • September 3, 2020 • Chris Aaron Rice and Katie Kepley

Lack of transportation is a critical barrier for anyone on the streets. Stories of the Forgotten is a podcast where we tackle social injustice issues that plague our world. Join us as we seek out the lost and get their story told.

Interview with Angie and Justin

S1 E31 • August 28, 2020 • Chris Aaron Rice and Katie Kepley

Join us for a special interview with two of our new program members. Today we talk about two individuals who were formally homeless. They will go into detail about some of the hardships they faced and things they experienced.

WWJD Part 2

S1 E30 • August 21, 2020 • Chris Aaron Rice and Katie Kepley

Join us as we break down the way Jesus did ministry, and the lessons we can learn from his actions.

WWJD Part 1

S1 E29 • August 14, 2020 • Chris Aaron Rice and Katie Kepley

Join us as we break down the way Jesus did ministry, and the lessons we can learn from his actions.

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