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This I Believe

This I Believe, Inc.

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This I Believe
This I Believe

This I Believe

This I Believe, Inc.

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27
Plays
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Inspiring, uplifting, and educational, This I Believe features people from all walks of life sharing the stories behind their core beliefs. Since 2005, this program has been heard weekly on public radio and used in thousands of classrooms worldwide. It has also spawned nine books, including the NY Times bestseller "This I Believe." Hundreds of past episodes are archived at thisibelieve.org.

Latest Episodes

Jim Snitker: We Also Served

Jim Snitker knew in high school that he wanted to serve his country by joining the military. And, while he served for 20 years in the U.S. Army, he never saw active combat. But Mr. Snitker believes that he and other Cold War veterans who trained and waited also served their country.

5 MIN1 w ago
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Jim Snitker: We Also Served

Michelle Lee: The Art of Giving Thanks

No gift, dinner invitation, or gesture of friendship escapes Michelle Lee’s notice. As a dedicated thank-you-note writer, Lee believes expressing gratitude is more than a social grace. It helps her fully appreciate the love and support she receives daily.

4 MIN1 w ago
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Michelle Lee: The Art of Giving Thanks

Anna Whites: Finding Home

Growing up, Anna Whites moved many times, living in exotic places all around the world, but she never quite felt that she belonged in any one place. Later, when she married a man from eastern Kentucky, she found a place—and a people—where she finally knew she was home.

4 MIN3 w ago
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Anna Whites: Finding Home

Jason Howard: Touching the Divine

When Jason Howard was young, he spent many afternoons listening to his father's record collection on an RCA turntable. That was the beginning of Howard's lifelong belief that music and art are connected to the divine.

4 MINOCT 16
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Jason Howard: Touching the Divine

Karin Round: Opening the Door of Mercy

Karin Round lives at the end of an interstate off-ramp in suburban Boston, and she often finds wayward travelers on her doorstep asking for assistance. In spite of the potential dangers, Round believes it’s important to open her door and help those in need.

3 MINOCT 8
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Karin Round: Opening the Door of Mercy

Zac Broken Rope: Fry Bread

Zac Broken Rope has German ancestors on his mother's side of the family and a Native American heritage on his father's. But he grew up feeling that he didn't belong to either culture—until a family member taught him a lesson about his identity.

5 MINOCT 1
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Zac Broken Rope: Fry Bread

Sena Jeter Naslund: A Life in Literature

Sena Jeter Naslund knew at an early age that she loved literature. But when making a career choice, she felt she should do something good for humanity, not simply indulge her passions. One moment in a college classroom changed her perspective, though, and she realized that literature does bring good into the world.

6 MINSEP 25
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Sena Jeter Naslund: A Life in Literature

Tori Murden McClure: Demons and Dust

A childhood experience on a playground taught Tori Murden McClure a lesson about the importance of love and friendship that has stuck with her through the years and helped inspire her life's work.

5 MINSEP 17
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Tori Murden McClure: Demons and Dust

Janet Jayne: The Blessings of Step

Janet Jayne has been a "step-something" for most of her life—a step-daughter, a step-sister, a step-mother. And while she recognizes the struggles that are often a part of "blending" families, she also celebrates the love that brings new families together.

5 MINSEP 10
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Janet Jayne: The Blessings of Step

Steve Porter: The 50-Percent Theory of Life

A favorite team makes the World Series while a marriage ends in divorce. Surviving life’s ups and downs led Steve Porter to believe that the good times and bad ultimately balance out.

4 MINSEP 4
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Steve Porter: The 50-Percent Theory of Life

Latest Episodes

Jim Snitker: We Also Served

Jim Snitker knew in high school that he wanted to serve his country by joining the military. And, while he served for 20 years in the U.S. Army, he never saw active combat. But Mr. Snitker believes that he and other Cold War veterans who trained and waited also served their country.

5 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Jim Snitker: We Also Served

Michelle Lee: The Art of Giving Thanks

No gift, dinner invitation, or gesture of friendship escapes Michelle Lee’s notice. As a dedicated thank-you-note writer, Lee believes expressing gratitude is more than a social grace. It helps her fully appreciate the love and support she receives daily.

4 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Michelle Lee: The Art of Giving Thanks

Anna Whites: Finding Home

Growing up, Anna Whites moved many times, living in exotic places all around the world, but she never quite felt that she belonged in any one place. Later, when she married a man from eastern Kentucky, she found a place—and a people—where she finally knew she was home.

4 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Anna Whites: Finding Home

Jason Howard: Touching the Divine

When Jason Howard was young, he spent many afternoons listening to his father's record collection on an RCA turntable. That was the beginning of Howard's lifelong belief that music and art are connected to the divine.

4 MINOCT 16
Comments
Jason Howard: Touching the Divine

Karin Round: Opening the Door of Mercy

Karin Round lives at the end of an interstate off-ramp in suburban Boston, and she often finds wayward travelers on her doorstep asking for assistance. In spite of the potential dangers, Round believes it’s important to open her door and help those in need.

3 MINOCT 8
Comments
Karin Round: Opening the Door of Mercy

Zac Broken Rope: Fry Bread

Zac Broken Rope has German ancestors on his mother's side of the family and a Native American heritage on his father's. But he grew up feeling that he didn't belong to either culture—until a family member taught him a lesson about his identity.

5 MINOCT 1
Comments
Zac Broken Rope: Fry Bread

Sena Jeter Naslund: A Life in Literature

Sena Jeter Naslund knew at an early age that she loved literature. But when making a career choice, she felt she should do something good for humanity, not simply indulge her passions. One moment in a college classroom changed her perspective, though, and she realized that literature does bring good into the world.

6 MINSEP 25
Comments
Sena Jeter Naslund: A Life in Literature

Tori Murden McClure: Demons and Dust

A childhood experience on a playground taught Tori Murden McClure a lesson about the importance of love and friendship that has stuck with her through the years and helped inspire her life's work.

5 MINSEP 17
Comments
Tori Murden McClure: Demons and Dust

Janet Jayne: The Blessings of Step

Janet Jayne has been a "step-something" for most of her life—a step-daughter, a step-sister, a step-mother. And while she recognizes the struggles that are often a part of "blending" families, she also celebrates the love that brings new families together.

5 MINSEP 10
Comments
Janet Jayne: The Blessings of Step

Steve Porter: The 50-Percent Theory of Life

A favorite team makes the World Series while a marriage ends in divorce. Surviving life’s ups and downs led Steve Porter to believe that the good times and bad ultimately balance out.

4 MINSEP 4
Comments
Steve Porter: The 50-Percent Theory of Life
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