EPISODE 10Austin Channing Brown
This week, Austin challenges Eddie with her thoughts behind her new book, I'm Still Here: Black Dignity in a World Made for Whiteness and how we all work together to change the world.
EPISODE 9Jessica Honegger, Noonday Collection
As the founder and co-CEO of Noonday Collection, a jewelry company that empowers women in developing countries, Jessica Honegger is proof that if you leave comfort, face your own fears and step into a life of impact—you can change the world.
EPISODE 7Dr. Hardy, Grace Medical Home
This week, we not only hear how they are changing the lives of individuals who desperately need help, but learn what a wholistic approach to healthcare can look like.
EPISODE 6Ulysses W. Burley III
This week, Eddie and Ulysses walk through his story and discuss what we can all do to better love our neighbor.
EPISODE 5Jen Hatmaker
In addition to being a New York Times best-selling author, sought-after speaker, television personality, pastor, wife and mother—Jen Hatmaker is a hilariously and thoughtfully challenging activist. This week, Jen and Eddie talk about loving the church, adoption, racial reconciliation and much more.
EPISODE 4Peter Greer, HOPE International
This week, we're live from Messiah College, with special guest Peter Greer, the president and CEO of HOPE International, a groundbreaking organization that is reimagining the end to global poverty.
EPISODE 3Sarah Quezada
This week, Sarah Quezada takes us on a journey deep into the world of the U.S. immigration system. From her evangelical upbringing to marrying Billy, an undocumented immigrant, Sarah puts a personal face on this highly debated issue.
EPISODE 2Annie F. Downs & Christian Appalachian Project
Bestselling author, speaker, and podcaster Annie F. Downs joins Eddie this week to share an emotional journey she's been on to find out how she can more effectively incorporate activism into her own life. Annie interviews Guy Adams, President and CEO of Christian Appalachian Project, and tells us how she is able to serve this community of people in her own backyard.
EPISODE 1John's Crazy Socks
John’s Crazy Socks is a father-son business created by John Lee Cronin, a young man with Down syndrome, and his dad, Mark Cronin. This duo has created a massively successful company that focuses on bringing joy into people's lives, raising money and awareness for important causes, and proving what's possible for all people.
EPISODE 5Kirk Cousins and Trey Burton
This week on a special Thanksgiving edition of The New Activist, we hear from both Kirk and Trey about faith, football and what they hope their legacies will be.
EPISODE 4Branden Harvey
This week on The New Activist, Branden shares his story of how he came to be so optimistic even in the midst of difficult circumstances and how others become that way, too.
EPISODE 3Rev. Osagyefo Sekou
Today on The New Activist, we talk to Sekou about standing up for the rights of all people, and what it's like to risk it all for a cause you believe in.
EPISODE 2The New Activist: Liz Forkin Bohannon, Founder of Sseko Designs
This week, we talk with Liz Forkin Bohannon, founder of Sseko Designs about how her unique approach to business, fashion and activism is changing the world, one life at a time.