Hope Helps: Navigating Everyday Life

Hope Helps aims to encourage and inspire

December 06, 2020 Hope Helps Season 1
Hope Helps: Navigating Everyday Life
Hope Helps aims to encourage and inspire
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Hope Helps: Navigating Everyday Life
Hope Helps aims to encourage and inspire
Dec 06, 2020 Season 1
Hope Helps

Hope Helps is a new podcast designed to encourage, inspire and help people navigate their lives through the stories of others. As host Charly Burridge-Jones and her guests reflect about the joys and challenges of everyday living, they will uncover ways to strengthen relationships, manage disappointment, serve others, talk about life and even have some fun along the way.

 On the first episode of Hope Helps, Charly will talk with guests about their unique Christmas experiences. Her first guest is Savannah Stevenson, a wife, new mother and well-known West End actress, who will share what it was like to portray Mary, the mother of Jesus, in an international film version of The New Testament. 

 Next up, guests John Maxwell and Candice MacAllister, will talk with Charly about how they and their friends are finding ways to connect people and hopefully diminish loneliness and isolation during Covid and the Christmas season.

Show Notes

Hope Helps is a new podcast designed to encourage, inspire and help people navigate their lives through the stories of others. As host Charly Burridge-Jones and her guests reflect about the joys and challenges of everyday living, they will uncover ways to strengthen relationships, manage disappointment, serve others, talk about life and even have some fun along the way.

 On the first episode of Hope Helps, Charly will talk with guests about their unique Christmas experiences. Her first guest is Savannah Stevenson, a wife, new mother and well-known West End actress, who will share what it was like to portray Mary, the mother of Jesus, in an international film version of The New Testament. 

 Next up, guests John Maxwell and Candice MacAllister, will talk with Charly about how they and their friends are finding ways to connect people and hopefully diminish loneliness and isolation during Covid and the Christmas season.