Randy and Terri Johnson answered God’s call 21 years ago to help in Oklahoma after a devastating tornado. And they’ve been answering it ever since.
Under their direction, God’s Pit Crew has assisted in recovery efforts following more than 130 large-scale disasters like Hurricanes and Tornados, delivering help in 29 states and more than a dozen foreign nations.
They’ve written a new book, based on their answering God’s call. “The Answer is ‘Yes’” is available at Amazon.
Mark Stamper is a certified coach specializing in leadership coaching/training and whole person wellness. His goal is to keep clients’ focus on outcomes that they clarify they want to achieve.
Hear Mark chat with Dr. Joey about the spiritual edge to his whole-person wellness coaching.
Michael Alan Tate has been an executive consultant and career coach for more than 20 years. He is the founder and president of On the Same Page Consulting, as well as an inspiring speaker and author.
His first book, Design a Life that Works, teaches how to balance business, career, family and personal values in an individual strategic life plan. Mike’s latest book, The White Shirt, is a career parable with tools to create successful career move strategies.
Mike talks with Dr. Joey about some of the highlights of his newly-released book!
Today’s guest is Jim Oliver, the founder of the wealth coaching company CreateTailwind.
Jim founded CreateTailwind in 1988 as a traditional financial planning firm, but after weathering two major corrections on Wall Street, Jim and his team pivoted the company’s focus to building wealth beyond Wall Street. With this advantage, CreateTailwind exploded to become a multi-location, nationally recognized firm that has helped thousands of individuals and businesses around the United States create their own wealth and be their own bank.
Hear Jim talk with Dr. Joey about the spiritual foundation to his successful model.
Jennifer Allwood is a wife, mother, dynamic business coach, and host of The Jennifer Allwood Show podcast. She has an infectious enthusiasm for helping like-minded creative women build their social media followers and turn their talents and hobbies into lucrative online businesses.
Jennifer has built an incredible social media community, with an online following of half a million people. She coaches over 2000 women monthly on how to find their tribe and grow their business online.
Jennifer shares her unique faith journey today with Dr. Joey!
Mitch Miles has dedicated his life to helping others discover, develop, and deliver their personal and professional stories. Serving as a coach, he connects his client’s education, strengths, passion, expertise, and network to determine what it means to live a life on purpose.
When not coaching, or speaking he is a husband, dad and a passionate dreamer of the day without Breast Cancer. He is the founder of the non-profit www.atiethatbinds.com and the National Pink Tie Day.
Mitch talks with Dr. Joey about the fuel that faith provides for his activities…and the role LinkdIn plays as well.
Traumatic experiences occur on a daily basis in our world. They can leave either physical or emotional scars. Scars are permanent, and these marks have the potential to affect our lives in many ways. Recovery occurs in our minds, and not having the right mindset can prevent us from moving forward.
In his new book, “Scar Release,” Cody Byrns shares his story of the horrific car crash in May 2013 that left him with third- and fourth-degree burns over much of his body. These scars left him devastated, both physically and emotionally. Despite his gratitude for having survived the crash, Cody initially struggled to deal with the effects of the crash. He pulled through, and now works through those challenges on a continuing, daily basis in a positive, life-affirming way.
Cody shares with Dr. Joey how he was able to shift his mindset, as well as the role his personal faith played in that progress. Cody also dives deeper into a study of scars and understanding the importance of not allowing those scars to prevent us from achieving a life of freedom and abundance.
Today’s guest is Cherlyn Decker, a speaker, writer, and coach who has helped hundreds of women turn their struggles into a source of strength.
Cherlyn believes that it’s only when we face our challenges that we can take back control and triumph over them. Cherlyn helps women become the warriors God created them to be!
Listen as Cherlyn talks with Dr. Joey about the special challenges of waiting on God’s timing during a pandemic!
Dan Pelino is an innovator, thought leader and author. He is the co-founder of Everyone Matters, Inc., a social impact enterprise dedicated to ensuring that everyone has the right to dignity and respect, to be who they are without being shamed or demeaned, and to thrive within their own unique individuality.
Pelino is the co-author of Trusted Healers: Dr. Paul Grundy And The Global Healthcare Crusade (September 2019).
He is a regular contributor to the discussion on healthcare, citizen based services and Smarter Cities having appeared on CNN, Bloomberg, the BBC and other media outlets.
Listen as Dan talks with Dr. Joey about the spiritual angle to healing…both the body and the mind.
Reverend Earl Johnson is one of the founders of the Spiritual Care Function of the American Red Cross and author of new book "Finding Comfort During Hard Times: A Guide to Healing After Disease, Violence, and Other Community Trauma."
For 10 years, Earl recruited, trained, and deployed credentialed healthcare chaplains to mass fatality events like 9-11.
Earl talks to Dr. Joey today about spiritual coping during the coronavirus crisis.
Known as “the best guy to know on the worst day of your life,” Dr. Charles W. Page (or “Dr. Chuck,” as he’s known to his patients) is a Texas-based surgeon, author, and storyteller.
For the past twenty years, he has served as a healer for thousands of patients and a confidant for their loved ones. With his book “A Spoonful of Courage,” Dr. Chuck has compiled some of the most inspiring stories of his career. Walking with each patient through their medical journey, Dr. Chuck experienced firsthand the life lessons that made them better, not bitter, filling their lives with joy, peace, and fulfillment during life’s most difficult seasons.
Listen as Dr. Chuck talks to Dr. Joey about how to find joy, peace and fulfillment during life's most difficult seasons.
Nancy Head was a single mother with five children under the age of 14. They endured hard days, what she calls “the lean years.” She credits the ministry they received from Christians of various faith traditions for bringing them through. Head says needs aren’t always material. A welfare check doesn’t heal the kinds of wounds divorce and poverty cause. But the love of Christ does.
Listen as Nancy shares her incredible journey with Dr. Joey. A journey that included her earning a bachelor’s degree in English at Penn State, and continued as she embarked on a career in journalism and later a career in teaching.
Dr. Lynn Anthony is Senior Associate Dean for Faculty Affairs at Wake Forest University.
She also serves as a Professor of Radiology, Pediatrics and Biomedical Engineering at Wake Forest School of Medicine.
Hear Lynn chat with Dr. Joey about how her faith guides her medicine and her interactions with fellow team members.
Matt Troup is a servant leader. An authentic healthcare executive focused on building teams, especially during times of transition and change. A person who approaches challenges with the vigor, purpose, work ethic, and passion worthy of his calling.
Troup creates success by listening intently, collaborating for breakthrough strategies, and developing partnerships with physicians, co-workers and many other stakeholders, an innovative spirit thrives.
Listen as Mark talks about how relationships and core values guide his decisions.
Maria R. Nebres is an accomplished Leader, Consultant, Personal & Professional Coach, and internationally published author with more than 25 years of success across the healthcare, financial service, pharmaceutical, translation service, food and beverage, technology, and research and development industries.
Listen as Maria talks with Dr. Joey about how her faith guides her work, and the challenges that has presented.
Steve Anderson is a risk expert, analyst, Fortune 500 expert, and author of “The Bezos Letters,”-which analyzed all of Amazon Founder Jeff Bezos’ shareholder letters for the last 25 years.
The book takes you on a fascinating wild ride inside the mind of Bezos and reveals secrets to how he conceived his ideas, grew and scaled the business beginning with just an online bookstore, when one never existed before the internet even exploded or was widely used.
The 14 principles Steve Anderson lays out in his book can be applied to any business: large, medium, or small- from start-ups, to Mom & Pops, to entrepreneurs taking their first leap.
Listen as Steve tells Dr. Joey how his faith guides his international outreach.
Janet is President and Founder of Delta Blvd, a management consulting and executive coaching company she established in 2007. Delta Blvd provides consulting services in the areas of change management, strategic planning, and business plan formation.
Janet coaches executives, business owners, and entrepreneurs in the areas of strategy, leadership development, and professional growth. She adds great value to business owners and executives who desire a solutions-oriented approach to business challenges.
Janet has more than thirty years experience in finance and operations including roles as Chief Financial Officer and Vice President of Operations.
Listen as she shares this depth of professional experience with Dr. Joey.
Ray is the Co-Founder of Truth At Work. He is responsible for building high level strategic relationships on behalf of Truth At Work, facilitates several Round Table Groups, helps establish new markets, develops new curriculum, as well as serving as host of Truth At Work’s “Bottom Line Faith” podcast series.
Also, Ray is in the process of writing two new books that will be released in the coming months. Ray is a highly sought after speaker at churches and retreats across America, where for years he has challenged followers of Christ to integrate their faith in and through the marketplace on a daily basis.
Ray and his wife, Beth, reside in Indianapolis with their son and two daughters. They are involved with several other religious and business organizations.
William “Bill” Hutcheson is a retired pastor who is passionate about helping couples maximize their marriages by finding deeper purpose and renewed passion.
For nearly 4 decades, Bill has served scores of couples, nearly-weds to empty-nesters, with one goal: to guide couples beyond the search for happiness and into the purposeful and passionate marriage God intended for all couples.
Bill knows marriages need regular and scheduled maintenance, and through his intentional coaching at Selfless Love, he helps couples break the “insanity cycle” in their marriages.
Through a simple, practical coaching method, Bill helps couples find their way to a divinely purposeful and passionate marriage with lasting happiness as the byproduct.
Terry A. Smith has served as lead pastor of The Life Christian Church for 26 years. TLCC is a non-denominational faith community in West Orange, NJ, serving the New York City metro area.
Terry is also co-founder of Movement.org (formerly the New York City Leadership Center) and has previously served as an instructor in its Leadership Fellows program.
Terry is passionate about challenging, developing, and encouraging leaders, whether they know they are leaders or not. He holds a bachelor of science in organizational management and a master of arts in organizational leadership.
Terry shares his insight with Dr. Joey on leveraging the power of hospitality to be an effective leader through his book, “The Hospitable Leader!”
Kim Peacock is the author of “Victorious Heart: Finding Hope and Healing After a Devastating Loss”.
The book details her handling of grief over the loss of her 17-year-old daughter. It also provides insightful advice for those seeking to support and help those who grieve.
Kim has raised six children, living with her second husband in a log house in Mt. Juliet, Tennessee. Through her blog, Wild Victorious Heart, and her book and speaking, Kim acts as a grief mentor to others in need.
Today’s guest is Jacob Bustos, a chef, cooking coach, and foodie who’s been working in the food industry for over two decades, now managing several Panera restaurants in Southern California.
Jacob underwent a life-saving bariatric procedure in 2012, sparking his 160-lb weight loss journey. Jacob followed this surgery up with a traumatic skin removal surgery that nearly ended his life.
This journey was a very private and personal experience that affirmed Jacob’s purpose: “Feed people with much healthier options.”
Today he’s on a mission to share his story and insights on portion control and weight loss habits to inspire a healthier, brighter world.
David L. Hancock founded Morgan James Publishing in 2003.
David has revolutionized book publishing from the author’s standpoint. As Founder of Morgan James, he was personally selected for Fast Company Magazine’s Fast 50 for his leadership, creative thinking, significant accomplishments, and his significant impact on the industry over the next ten years. David was cited by NASDAQ as one of the world’s most prestigious business leaders, and named a Finalist in the Best Chairman category in The American Business Awards, hailed as “the business world’s own Oscars” by the New York Post.
David serves as President of the Executive Board for Habitat for Humanity Peninsula and Greater Williamsburg, and as Chairman of the Board of The National Center for the Prevention of Community Violence.
David and his wife Susan live in Hampton Roads, Virginia with their two children, Morgan Renee and Ethan James.
Prior to founding SalesNexus, Craig Klein spent 15 years building and leading sales teams selling multi-million dollar, multi-year contracts to energy companies such as ExxonMobil, BP, Shell, and Chevron.
Craig is a member of the Forbes Agency Council, where he is also a contributing writer. He has also written several books on sales and marketing, as well as articles for Small Business Today magazine, Premier Agent magazine, The Customer Collective and SocialMediaToday.com.
Craig is the father of 3 beautiful children. He’s an avid sailor, hunter and skier. When he’s not growing SalesNexus or writing, he’s probably planning his next adventure to somewhere you’ve never heard of.