Barns Courtney: Finding Your Fire

By | June 22nd, 2016|

Barns Courtney was born in Ipswich, England. From the age of three, he lived in Seattle, and, returned to the UK for the start of high school.  After learning the guitar as a teen, Barns led a British indie band called SleeperCell and signed a music deal with Island Records out of high school. After [...]

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Eddie Muller: The Czar of Noir!

By | June 8th, 2016|

Eddie Muller, according to his website, is a second generation San Franciscan, product of a lousy public school education, a couple of crazy years in art school, and too much time in newspaper offices and sporting arenas. No college, but he's compensated by always hanging around smarter people, an effortless feat typically accomplished in bars, where [...]

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Brandon T. Adams: Growing Your Tribe

By | June 2nd, 2016|

Brandon T. Adams is a 2012 graduate of Iowa State University and inventor of the "Arctic Stick," a plastic, bullet-shaped tube that easily slides into any number of different beverage containers, helping to keep them cool. The "Arctic Stick" is Brandon's very first invention and has garnered a tremendous amount of attention from both the [...]

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Levi Lusko: Seeing The Unseen

By | May 19th, 2016|

Levi Lusko is the pastor of Fresh Life Church, a multi-site church in Montana that he and his wife Jennie pioneered in 2007. Their vision is one set upon seeing those stranded in sin, finding life and liberty in Jesus Christ. Levi's passion for the gospel also led him to start Skull Church, an evangelistic event [...]

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Dr. Joe Gaydos: We’re All Connected

By | April 27th, 2016|

Joseph Gaydos, VDM, Ph.D., is the Chief Scientist and Regional Director for the SeaDoc Society, a program in the Wildlife Health Center, School of Veterinary Medicine, The University of California, Davis.   He also is a Wildlife Veterinarian and studies disease and population health in marine wildlife. For the last decade his work has focused on [...]

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Monika Korra: Journey To Forgiveness

By | April 13th, 2016|

In 2009, Monika Korra, a student athlete at SMU in Dallas, Texas was abducted by three men while leaving a late night party with friends. She was forced at gunpoint into a vehicle where she was robbed, raped repeatedly and viciously dumped into the cold, dark night -- afraid and alone, but alive. Refusing to [...]

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Chris Lane: Stick With It

By | April 8th, 2016|

North Carolina native, Chris Lane, thought he was going to have a long and successful career in sports. He was recruited by UNC Charlotte to play college baseball, but after several severe injuries surgeries, a life professional career in baseball appeared a lot less likely. Chris and his twin brother Cory, had never played musical [...]

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Alison Levine: Be Relentless

By | March 19th, 2016|

Our True North Story® podcast guest, Alison Levine, is an adventurer, explorer and mountaineer. She has climbed the highest peak on every continent, served as the team captain of the first American Women's Everest Expedition, and skied the Arctic Circle! Listen to her inspiring True North Story® about breaking boundaries and being relentless! ▶︎ Learn. [...]

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