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Agape Latte | The Podcast shares authentic stories, snapshots from each speaker's faith and life journey, to pass on transformative lessons. Agape Latte is a national coffeehouse storytelling series created in 2006 by the C21 Center and Campus Ministry at Boston College.

Latest Episodes

How To Get Better at Living: Lessons from Almost Dying | Amey Victoria Adkins

Prof. Amey Victoria Adkins-Jones received an unexpected wake-up call and a second chance at life after a near-death experience forced her to rethink the way she was living her life. She had to ask herself with equal parts humor, grit, and grace, ‘are you living your days like you mean it?' Amey Victoria Adkins-Jones is an Assistant Professor of Theology and African and African Diaspora Studies at Boston College.

28 MINMAR 23
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How To Get Better at Living: Lessons from Almost Dying | Amey Victoria Adkins

Fr. Ken Himes | You made a difference in my life

Fr. Ken Himes (Boston College, Theology Department) shares his story about the unexpected people who changed the course of his life, helping this cynical kid figure out what the point of it all was and in the process giving him a new way to look at the world. "People came into my life that didn't have to come into my life. These weren't relatives, these weren't people who owed me anything. But they took some time, they exerted some energy, they thought 'this guy's worth talking to'. Mentors are one of the great gifts of life... To have those kinds of people step into your life is an incredible, rich grace.” “It is all gift.” - Fr. Ken Himes

29 MIN2018 JUN 1
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Fr. Ken Himes | You made a difference in my life

Erik Weihenmayer | No Barriers

"Don’t let this mountain - don’t let Everest - be the greatest thing you ever do." Erik Weihenmayer - author, adventurer, and the first blind person to summit Mt. Everest - shares his powerful story about facing fear, finding a "No Barriers" approach to life after losing his sight, and continuing to push the limits each and every day.

52 MIN2017 DEC 15
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Erik Weihenmayer | No Barriers
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Latest Episodes

How To Get Better at Living: Lessons from Almost Dying | Amey Victoria Adkins

Prof. Amey Victoria Adkins-Jones received an unexpected wake-up call and a second chance at life after a near-death experience forced her to rethink the way she was living her life. She had to ask herself with equal parts humor, grit, and grace, ‘are you living your days like you mean it?' Amey Victoria Adkins-Jones is an Assistant Professor of Theology and African and African Diaspora Studies at Boston College.

28 MINMAR 23
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How To Get Better at Living: Lessons from Almost Dying | Amey Victoria Adkins

Fr. Ken Himes | You made a difference in my life

Fr. Ken Himes (Boston College, Theology Department) shares his story about the unexpected people who changed the course of his life, helping this cynical kid figure out what the point of it all was and in the process giving him a new way to look at the world. "People came into my life that didn't have to come into my life. These weren't relatives, these weren't people who owed me anything. But they took some time, they exerted some energy, they thought 'this guy's worth talking to'. Mentors are one of the great gifts of life... To have those kinds of people step into your life is an incredible, rich grace.” “It is all gift.” - Fr. Ken Himes

29 MIN2018 JUN 1
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Fr. Ken Himes | You made a difference in my life

Erik Weihenmayer | No Barriers

"Don’t let this mountain - don’t let Everest - be the greatest thing you ever do." Erik Weihenmayer - author, adventurer, and the first blind person to summit Mt. Everest - shares his powerful story about facing fear, finding a "No Barriers" approach to life after losing his sight, and continuing to push the limits each and every day.

52 MIN2017 DEC 15
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Erik Weihenmayer | No Barriers
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