Repurposed

Former TV meteorologist, Jerrid Sebesta, walked away from a successful career in 2014 to find more purpose in his life and work. Based on Ben Taatjes' book, "Repurposed: The Untold Story of Retirement in America" where Ben encourages retirees to walk into a life of greater purpose - Jerrid teaches and inspires you to live a life of purpose, meaning and impact. Look for interviews with authors, experts in this field, people that have discovered their purpose in unusual ways and people that have left a dent in society or their field of work. Find out what motivates them and how others can follow their lead and leave a lasting legacy.

LATEST EPISODE

From crack cocaine abuser to pillow superstar (ep. 43)

Mike Lindell, inventor and CEO of MyPillow struggled with addiction to alcohol and crack cocaine for years dating back to the 1980s. Even after starting MyPillow in 2004, he was a heavy crack user. Today, not only is Mike sober, but he has a thriving business and one of the biggest platforms in the country. Best of all, Mike uses his platform to help people - people that don't have hope, people that are struggling or have struggled with addition just like him. In this podcast, you'll hear Mike talk about his faith and how he lives to impact others. For more information, go to www.michaeljlindell.com and www.mypillow.com.
00:00:00 6/29/2018

Past Episodes

Jay Tornquist had leukemia and was given two months to live. Even with chemotherapy it appeared there was no hope. Jay and his wife, Kathy, decided to stop treatments and pray. Within a week Jay walked out of the hospital with no residual signs of cancer. In part two of this podcast, Jay talks about faith and his purpose. And he give two specific pieces of advice for people that are living "too fast".
00:00:00 6/21/2018
Jay Tornquist had leukemia and was given two months to live. Even with chemotherapy it appeared there was no hope. Jay and his wife, Kathy, decided to stop treatments and pray. Within a week Jay walked out of the hospital with no residual signs of cancer. In part one of this podcast, Jay retraces the events of getting news he had cancer, to lying on his deathbed, to now living a normal, active life as a 60 year-old man. In you are in need of hope, please, listen. Prayer does work. Miracles do happen. Jay Tornquist is a walking testimony this fact.
00:00:00 6/14/2018
Joe Mayers, actor in the one-man dramatic presentation, The Bema Live, which is about a raptured man and his experience before the Judgement Seat of Christ. In this podcast, Joe talks about how his perspective on life and purpose has changed since performing The Bema around the country. He also explains the importance of living life with perspective on eternity and rewards that will last forever. For more information, visit www.thebemalive.com.
00:00:00 5/24/2018
"Monster" Mike Schultz was injured during a snocross race in 2008 that led to the amputation of his left leg above the knee. To most pro athletes, this would have been a career-ending event, but not to Mike. Within months, not only was he engineering his own prosthetic, Mike was racing and competing at a high level. Most recently, Schultz won gold (snowboard-cross) and silver (banked slalom) medals in the PyeonyChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games for Team USA. In this podcast, Mike talks about his perspective on life and purpose before and after his injury. For more information go to www.monstermikeschultz.com.
00:00:00 5/5/2018

Mark Henderson, founder of The Inspired Legacy, a platform dedicated to inspire and equip fathers to love unconditionally, lead boldly and live a life with no regrets. In this podcast Mark shares the ups and downs with three children during his own 22-year fatherhood journey. He gives the three areas fathers' lives that must to be intentionally managed to be the best fathers they can be. Mark also identifies six key purposes for every father and their children. For more information on Mark Henderson and The Inspired Legacy, go to www.theinspiredlegacy.com

00:00:00 4/16/2018

Jason Ranck, author of Life Reimagined, says his work and home life used to be overwhelming, nearing burnout. His wife's health was at rock-bottom with two small children at home. This set Jason on a mission to rethink his work and life balance. In this podcast, Jason shares ways we can begin to intentionally build boundaries with our work making us better employees, spouses and parents. For more information on Jason Ranck and his book Life Reimagined, go to www.jasonranck.com

00:00:00 4/10/2018

Adam Trask, ministry director at The Fortress in Willmar, MN was a self-proclaimed heroin junky. Now, at 32 years old, he has the opportunity to pour his life into other men struggling with addiction. In this episode, Adam shares his testimony of growing up in central Minnesota, becoming a full-blow heroin addict in his early 20s then finding freedom and restoration through his faith. He also gives advice for people seeking purpose in their own lives. For more information on Adam and The Fortress, go to www.thefortresswillmar.com

00:00:00 4/3/2018

Colleen Batchelder is a young speaker and entrepreneur. She consults with companies and helps them create teams that function from a place of communication and reach the millennial generation. Colleen is also the Founder and Director of LOUD Summit - a young adult conference that engages millennials to pull up a chair and seek God. Get more information on Colleen and LOUD Summit at www.loudsummit.com.

00:00:00 3/18/2018

Born with no arms or legs, Chris Koch established early in his life he would not be raised with pity or sympathy. Instead, he has made an intentional effort to live a fun, positive life with a strong sense of humor. In this podcast, Chris challenges listeners to accept the challenges in their own lives and gives simple advice for impacting others. Find more information on Chris Koch at www.ifican.ca .

00:00:00 3/1/2018

J. Caleb Perkins is a compelling influential leader with a passion for people and a heart for stories. He is an audacious millennial and gifted orator who carries a timely message of change through the art of storytelling. J. Caleb's community centered focus has allowed him to rally millennials from diverse backgrounds centered around systemic change. He has championed the support and influence of prominent political leaders, activists, entertainment icons and successful business leaders on investing into the next generation. J. Caleb just launched the book, Remedy Network: A Millennial's Journey on Connecting New York City Through Stories. Get more information at www.remedynetwork.com .

00:00:00 2/19/2018

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