Sisters-in-service talk about the journey of life and faith, from hardships to victories and everything in between.
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A triple threat: Black. Veteran. Woman. Kartisha Henry is a force to be reckoned with! She has an incredible faith that has sustained her throughout her journey. Today we joke, get real deep in the systemic racism in America and we talk about southern food! This is what I love about the format of this podcast, its like being a fly on the wall when 2 sisters get together for coffee or drinks (okay, Jesus turned water into wine....) and we talk about so many different things.
Support Kartisha and her business The Wing Suite. Buy those Signature Sauces, you will not be disappointed!
Black Voices to listen to during this time of change in our Country:
Aug 03 2020
Life is hard but life is beautiful, that really sums up this week's conversation.
Kerri speaks to Monique Brown, her beautiful black sister about her journey here on earth. An Army Veteran, MST Thriver, Advocate and Leader in civil unrest.....we talk about all the ways she has faced adversity and overcame with her integrity intact. I was so honored to sit down with Monique. We talk about Vanessa Guillen and the need for reform in the Department of Defense, we discuss Black Lives, systemic issues and police brutality. But my favorite part of the conversation was talking about Fob Hope, her non-profit helping homeless veterans in Washington State (primarily King County).
Listen in to my most favorite conversation discussing all the hard things but hearing God's love surround us as we march along.
Connect with Monique on Linkedin.
Jul 27 2020
Have you ever experienced failure? This week's guest is no stranger to wins and losses, highs and lows...but her success in life has always been to get back up. Listen in to a conversation with a highly successful military woman, Elis Salamone.
From military retirement to termination to laid off to entrepreneurship......this is a phenomenal journey of resilience and freedom!
Scripture: Psalm 40:2
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Apr 27 2020
Trigger Warning, This episode discusses details of military sexual trauma, incarceration and other things that may be hard to hear. Listener discretion advised. The conversation continues with Kim Bailey on processing trauma and finding healing in the journey. We talk about self-care, self-love and self-compassion. We go more into her story and it is quite remarkable how she has overcome such turmoil since her attack. We talk about her finding her light and her spiritual healing piece of her story as well. And the best part is, Kim is using her education and experience to help other women veterans heal from various traumas with Invisible Combat.
Apr 27 2020
Have you experienced a traumatic experience in your life or know someone who has? This episode is part one of a two part conversation with our sister, Kim Bailey. She has a Masters in Social work, was a Collegiate level cheerleader, Army Combat Medic, whose story was derailed when she was sexually assaulted soon after she reported to her first duty station. The affects of her trauma resulted in some really severe changes in the life she dreamt she would have. This conversation is one of hardship but ultimately hope. This conversation may be hard for some to listen to, but I have hope that this episode will help so many who have also suffered so much.
Connect with Kim on Facebook here.
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More information on Invisible Combat here.
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Have you ever wanted to leave the world better than you found it? Today’s guest, Jodie Grenier has been making that her mission for the past 17+years. She joined the Marine Corps and was there when we began the invasion of Iraq. She mastered her intelligence skills and later branched our to advocacy and making a difference for her fellow Marines and later, exclusively women vet
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