The Jeffrey Van Dyk Show

The Jeffrey Van Dyk Show

The Jeffrey Van Dyk Show is a Podcast for Paradigm-Changers. It's for the outsiders, visionaries, and change-makers who have a message, mission, or movement to share with the world. Join Jeffrey in intimate conversations with fascinating industry leaders who dared to challenge conventional thinking and follow their life's calling. Hear personal stories about faith, courage, dealing with failure, and what it takes to speak up, spread your message, and change the world with your life's work.

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September 22, 2021 60 min

Nadia Bolz-Weber is a “renegade” ordained Lutheran Pastor and NYT best-selling author on shame, sexuality, forgiveness and grace. She was described by Christianity Today as “the now-famous foul-mouthed, tattoo-festooned recovering alcoholic and former stand-up comic.” She says, “Christianity has been used for far too long to lock people into an endless cycle of sexual shame.” We talk about redemption, the power of grace, and being ...

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Keith Mitchell went from NFL Pro to Master Yogi. He spent 8 years as a professional NFL linebacker until a paralyzing spinal contusion put a sudden end to his career. He says, “I have two mentalities – I have an understanding of what I know now and I have an understanding of what I knew then. With football, it was all more centred around anger and validation and now I understand the reasons why." He shares his emotional journey...

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Neale S. Godfrey is a bold financial voice for women and pioneer on the topic of "kids and money." Neale is a 27-time author with a No. 1 New York Times best seller, Money Doesn't Grow On Trees: A Parent's Guide to Raising Financially Responsible Children. Neale has never been afraid to break down barriers, create new markets and pave the way for future generations. Neal is the kind of person who always finds a way....

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J.R. Martinez is a war vet and burn survivor who went on to win season 13 of Dancing with the Stars. In 2003, while serving with the Army in Iraq, he suffered extensive burn injuries after the Humvee he was driving hit an IED. He says “my new uniform is my scars - that’s where the lesson is.” We talk about rebirth, resilience and finding the lesson in the scars. JR has got an incredible spirit and is masterful at sharing how to rec...

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Banafsheh Akhlaghi is a pioneering civil and human rights attorney, educator, best selling author and social entrepreneur. She has received a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition from the U.S. House of Representatives  and was named one of the “Top 100 Most Influential Lawyers in California.” In 2015 she took a 9-month sabbatical and “downloaded” a series of spiritually inspired poems, which became an international best...

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I first met The Brothers Koren (Isaac and Thorald) a number of years ago at a conference. It was one of those connections that was immediate, deep, and filled with joy. They are musicians and transformational teachers around the voice. In the first part of their career as musicians, they were signed to Interscope and toured with Pink and Coldplay and Rod Stewart, performing in 50,000 seat arenas around the world. But a deeper call ...

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Jane Elliott went from a 3rd grade school teacher in Riceville, Iowa to one of the world’s most recognized lecturers on race. The day after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr. In April 1968, she changed her 3rd grade lesson plan to what she became known for -  her ‘Blue eyes/Brown eyes” exercise. It exposes prejudice and bigotry for what it is - an irrational class system based upon purely arbitrary factors. She has since l...

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Angel Sinclair is a fiercely determined trailblazer and founder of Models of Diversity, which promotes greater diversity in the fashion, beauty and media industries, where people of minority ethnic origin, older people, larger and smaller people, people with a disability, and non-binary gender people are under-represented. Angel shared about her own struggles with depression, abuse and addiction, and why changing the face of “beaut...

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