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"Here's the Deal" with Visalia Rescue Mission

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Discussing life, faith, addiction, recovery, hope, homelessness, community, God, work, family, and everything in between. We'll be joined by VRM staff and graduates, as well as special guests from the community, to discuss what everyone of us has to offer...our own story and how it crosses yours.

Latest Episodes

#15: Dirk Holkeboer, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Tulare/Kings Counties

Dirk joins us to discuss how Habitat here in Tulare and Kings counties transforms families and communities with a safe and affordable place to live. With three decades of experience, Dirk is no stranger to the benefit a home can be for a family. Enjoy.

38 MIN2018 JUN 13
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#15: Dirk Holkeboer, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Tulare/Kings Counties

#14: Caity Meader, Executive Director, Family Services of Tulare County

A Visalia native, Caity returned from San Diego with a graduate degree and work experience that landed her the Executive Director position at Family Services of Tulare County. Caity quickly provides an overview of their organization, and their mission of: safe homes, safe relationships, and safe children. With fourteen properties, Caity and Family Services are busy as ever and making a definite impact.

49 MIN2018 JUN 5
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#14: Caity Meader, Executive Director, Family Services of Tulare County

#13: Liz Wynn, Executive Director of Visalia Emergency Aid

Native Visalian, Liz Wynn, is the Executive Director of Visalia Emergency Aid Council -- an 87 year-old non-profit here in Visalia. After four years, Liz is most passionate when serving Visalia's future: "The thing that keeps me going is the kids."

35 MIN2018 JUN 2
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#13: Liz Wynn, Executive Director of Visalia Emergency Aid

#12: Dorinne Henken, Executive Director of Love INC.

From Wisconsin to Visalia, Dorinne shares her story, as well as the in's and out's of Love INC -- AKA Love In the Name of Christ.

30 MIN2018 MAY 25
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#12: Dorinne Henken, Executive Director of Love INC.

#11: One Woman's Family History and Her Determination to Change the Cycle (w/ guest: Machael Smith)

Kings/Tulare Homeless Alliance Executive Director, Machael Smith, joins Ryan to talk shop (briefly) but then shares her own story of growing up in homes filled with drug use, drug sales, and violence. Her life and career experience made her the perfect candidate to help the mothers, fathers, and brothers just like hers.

50 MIN2018 APR 13
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#11: One Woman's Family History and Her Determination to Change the Cycle (w/ guest: Machael Smith)

#10: Pain/loss/addiction/recovery -- Corrin shares it all

Corrin Mallory celebrates her one-year anniversary here at the Mission and shares her story of pain and loss (including the death of her father), and her addiction/recovery journey. Her best quote: "Isn't it so fabulous that all of the sudden...because you've seen the darkness, the LIGHT is so apparent...and you can't ignore it."

45 MIN2018 MAR 16
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#10: Pain/loss/addiction/recovery -- Corrin shares it all

#9: Interview with Homeless Frank

In 2014, Ryan met Frank at Oval Park during a concert VRM was hosting with musical guest, John Mark McMillan. Frank has been sporadically homeless over the past few years and joins Ryan here to discuss the homeless culture, life on Visalia streets, and the insight and wisdom that lifestyle brings.

52 MIN2018 FEB 15
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#9: Interview with Homeless Frank

#8: New Volunteer Culture at VRM w/ our own D'Ann Reimer

D'Ann left her position as Store Manager at our Tulare store to launch a new volunteer program here at VRM. Hear all about the "short-term" and "high-impact" opportunities where you can serve others in a way that fits your personality, skill-set, and passion!

32 MIN2017 NOV 23
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#8: New Volunteer Culture at VRM w/ our own D'Ann Reimer

#7: Interview with author (and our upcoming banquet speaker): Robert "Bob" Lupton

Bob is a Christian community developer who brings together communities of resource with communities of need. He is the author of several books which draw on his many decades of experience to improve the quality of the life of the poor and disenfranchised. Tickets can be purchased online (vrmhope.org/banquet) or at our Simply Chic Boutique on Main Street in Visalia.

46 MIN2017 AUG 24
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#7: Interview with author (and our upcoming banquet speaker): Robert "Bob" Lupton

#6: From Pastoring to Counseling AND Homelessness from the Business Perspective

Pastor Mike Zurek returns for his Part #2 from Episode 4 to discuss how pastoring paved the way to going back to school to become a Marriage and Family Therapist. In the second half, Mike's wife Gail joins us to discuss the business community's perspective on homelessness, as well as how California' minimum wage increases will impact VRM and similar non-profit organizations. Gail is the President and CEO of the Visalia Chamber of Commerce.

45 MIN2017 JUL 13
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#6: From Pastoring to Counseling AND Homelessness from the Business Perspective

Latest Episodes

#15: Dirk Holkeboer, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Tulare/Kings Counties

Dirk joins us to discuss how Habitat here in Tulare and Kings counties transforms families and communities with a safe and affordable place to live. With three decades of experience, Dirk is no stranger to the benefit a home can be for a family. Enjoy.

38 MIN2018 JUN 13
Comments
#15: Dirk Holkeboer, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity of Tulare/Kings Counties

#14: Caity Meader, Executive Director, Family Services of Tulare County

A Visalia native, Caity returned from San Diego with a graduate degree and work experience that landed her the Executive Director position at Family Services of Tulare County. Caity quickly provides an overview of their organization, and their mission of: safe homes, safe relationships, and safe children. With fourteen properties, Caity and Family Services are busy as ever and making a definite impact.

49 MIN2018 JUN 5
Comments
#14: Caity Meader, Executive Director, Family Services of Tulare County

#13: Liz Wynn, Executive Director of Visalia Emergency Aid

Native Visalian, Liz Wynn, is the Executive Director of Visalia Emergency Aid Council -- an 87 year-old non-profit here in Visalia. After four years, Liz is most passionate when serving Visalia's future: "The thing that keeps me going is the kids."

35 MIN2018 JUN 2
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#13: Liz Wynn, Executive Director of Visalia Emergency Aid

#12: Dorinne Henken, Executive Director of Love INC.

From Wisconsin to Visalia, Dorinne shares her story, as well as the in's and out's of Love INC -- AKA Love In the Name of Christ.

30 MIN2018 MAY 25
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#12: Dorinne Henken, Executive Director of Love INC.

#11: One Woman's Family History and Her Determination to Change the Cycle (w/ guest: Machael Smith)

Kings/Tulare Homeless Alliance Executive Director, Machael Smith, joins Ryan to talk shop (briefly) but then shares her own story of growing up in homes filled with drug use, drug sales, and violence. Her life and career experience made her the perfect candidate to help the mothers, fathers, and brothers just like hers.

50 MIN2018 APR 13
Comments
#11: One Woman's Family History and Her Determination to Change the Cycle (w/ guest: Machael Smith)

#10: Pain/loss/addiction/recovery -- Corrin shares it all

Corrin Mallory celebrates her one-year anniversary here at the Mission and shares her story of pain and loss (including the death of her father), and her addiction/recovery journey. Her best quote: "Isn't it so fabulous that all of the sudden...because you've seen the darkness, the LIGHT is so apparent...and you can't ignore it."

45 MIN2018 MAR 16
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#10: Pain/loss/addiction/recovery -- Corrin shares it all

#9: Interview with Homeless Frank

In 2014, Ryan met Frank at Oval Park during a concert VRM was hosting with musical guest, John Mark McMillan. Frank has been sporadically homeless over the past few years and joins Ryan here to discuss the homeless culture, life on Visalia streets, and the insight and wisdom that lifestyle brings.

52 MIN2018 FEB 15
Comments
#9: Interview with Homeless Frank

#8: New Volunteer Culture at VRM w/ our own D'Ann Reimer

D'Ann left her position as Store Manager at our Tulare store to launch a new volunteer program here at VRM. Hear all about the "short-term" and "high-impact" opportunities where you can serve others in a way that fits your personality, skill-set, and passion!

32 MIN2017 NOV 23
Comments
#8: New Volunteer Culture at VRM w/ our own D'Ann Reimer

#7: Interview with author (and our upcoming banquet speaker): Robert "Bob" Lupton

Bob is a Christian community developer who brings together communities of resource with communities of need. He is the author of several books which draw on his many decades of experience to improve the quality of the life of the poor and disenfranchised. Tickets can be purchased online (vrmhope.org/banquet) or at our Simply Chic Boutique on Main Street in Visalia.

46 MIN2017 AUG 24
Comments
#7: Interview with author (and our upcoming banquet speaker): Robert "Bob" Lupton

#6: From Pastoring to Counseling AND Homelessness from the Business Perspective

Pastor Mike Zurek returns for his Part #2 from Episode 4 to discuss how pastoring paved the way to going back to school to become a Marriage and Family Therapist. In the second half, Mike's wife Gail joins us to discuss the business community's perspective on homelessness, as well as how California' minimum wage increases will impact VRM and similar non-profit organizations. Gail is the President and CEO of the Visalia Chamber of Commerce.

45 MIN2017 JUL 13
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#6: From Pastoring to Counseling AND Homelessness from the Business Perspective
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