The Summer Friends Podcast | Jennifer Rhine-Walker
I started this podcast with every intention to post an episode each week. My wife wisely warned me that even I, who obsesses about work, would not be able to attain that goal. She was right.
These conversations mean a great deal to me. I have always loved people. I love hearing their stories. I love finding out about their passions and fears. People fascinate me. But, though I love this podcast, there is only so much time. And Halloween, Thanksgiving, and #GivingTuesday got the best of me.
We’re back for a few weeks of episodes. On this episode, my friend and State Streeter Jennifer Rhine-Walker joined me in the State Street Substandard Studio. We had a great 90-minute conversation (interrupted by the occasional train whistle) that I was able to widdle down to only 50 minutes. We talked about her work as a sex crimes investigator, the need for honest communication with children, how churches can be more of a hindrance than a help, and so much more. I'm grateful for Jenni and all that she does.
ALSO: Don’t forget to LIKE, SHARE, and SUBSCRIBE. The Summer Friends Podcast is now on Stitcher.