Episode 12

For the last episode before Christmas we decided to talk about 2 songs people struggle to hear. Jordan, Carly and Sathiya discuss Conflict Resolution, Social Anxiety, Grief and Seasonal Depression as it relates to these Christmas songs.

While our next NEW episode will go live January 3rd, we encourage you all to take time this holiday season to catch up on our first 12 episodes, subscribe and share with friends.

Merry Christmas!!

Episode 11

For the past couple months it has been an honour to weekly release new episodes of The Unspoken Conversation. It has been great to see our audience grow and we look forward to many more episodes that we hope expand the conversation of Mental Health, Faith, Community and the Arts.

Jordan speaks to Josh Hageman (Lead Pastor, Kingsview Community Church) about his life long struggle with anxiety and how his faith has inspired him to pray for a change of heart not circumstance.

We also feature Greg Sykes’ (Singer/Songwriter) song “He Will Rescue Us” at the end of the Episode.

Episode 9

This week we take a journey through three continents with our guest Liz Marshall as she tells us about her life and how she has spent much of it serving people around her.

To start off the episode Jordan and Carly discussed an article entitled “5 ways to help your partner if they suffer from Bipolar Disorder” by Nellie Eden of the London Evening Standard and reflected with Eric Ames about having a “Rear View Faith”

Also, if you have not done so already, take some time today to check out Jordan’s new single at theunspokenconversation.ca/music

Episode 8

In life we transition through many different rooms, some more pleasant than others. In Episode 8 of The Unspoken Conversation, Jordan talks to Annie Froese who serves as the Director of the Southridge Shelter in St. Catharines, Ontario.

Jordan also gives a review of the movie “Room” that serves as an analogy of transitioning through the challenges of life.

Episode 6

For some people, going to work is a place where you can forget your struggles, put your head down and get the tasks of the day completed.

This is not the case for Jordan’s guest Deane Proctor who serves as Lead Pastor of Queensway Baptist Church in Brantford, Ontario and as a former Co-Host of Mind Matters, a podcast that focussed on breaking stigma for people who struggle with Mental Illness with a focus on the church.

Deane shares his story of dealing with depression while serving in a role where he felt his mind had to be alert to focus on other people’s problems.

Also, we are excited to launch a new subscription feature below so that you can be notified by email every time a new episode is released.

Episode 5

In episode 5 of The Unspoken Conversation, Jordan and guest co-host Bonnie D’Elia (pearable.com) sits down with Ash-Lee Gibson to talk about her experience with an Eating Disorder. Jordan also reflects on attending an event this weekend with popular speaker Brett Ullman (brettullman.com) where he presented his talk on Mental Health entitled “The Walking Wounded”.

Episode 4

For the first couple weeks of this journey we have been introducing our on air team and now we conclude these introductions with Sathiya Sam. You are going to want to listen right to the end to hear about his life story and how he became passionate about helping people.

Your comments and shares are much appreciated.

Episode 3

We are now a week into this journey of Mental Health, Faith, Community and the Arts. It has been so encouraging to hear from so many of you that have been impacted by this new resource already.

This week Jordan speaks with Tom Loewen (Singer/Songwriter) about his song “Unspoken” that we also feature in this episode. Jordan then speaks with Tim Arnold (Outreach Director at Southridge Community Church) about a concept entitled “Seeing is Loving”

Your comments and shares are much appreciated.

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