On the latest podcast, we talk with Tim Tebow about the film he’s executive produced called Run the Race and why he thinks faith-based movies are getting better. We also learn why millennials are “afraid” to take lunch breaks, discuss the accusations that the lyric site Genius has lobbed at Google, find out about an Irish island that is begging Americans to move there and a lot more!
This episode contains an updated segment from one of our sponsoring partners, Samaritan Ministries. For anyone who may have listened to the originally published version of this episode, we’d like to make note of two corrections:
- Health care sharing with Samaritan Ministries connects the Body of Christ throughout the nation to help each other with their health care costs. Health care sharing is a way that Christians are paying for their health care without using health insurance. When they have a medical need, Samaritan members receive support from other members (not Samaritan Ministries) and pay their health care providers directly.
- While members of Samaritan Ministries have access to a wide range of support, not every medical need submitted requires a dedicated advocate.
We are proud to partner with Samaritan Ministries and hope you enjoy hearing their stories as much as we do!
To learn more at about health care sharing visit samaritanministries.org
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