Radio Chronicles

Radio Chronicles – March 22, 2009

With the vernal equinox, Spring makes it's seasonal transition and those who are observant, prepare for the coming Easter holiday. As a continuing tribute to Women's History Month, the first half hour takes us into the life of a pastor, as she tends her flock. For two months, Reverend Susan Johnson of Park Union Church in Chicago, IL, kept an audio journal chronicling her daily life and thoughts about the career and the calling of the ministry, in A Pastor's Journal. In the second half hour, it's Hannah Palin's story about her mother's anurism—induced coma. Hannah's mother re-emerges from the coma, very clear about what matters most to her in life. It's The Day My Mother's Head Exploded,

Hosted by Erica Bridgeman

 

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