Television producer Kristine Harrington spent a year following the Principal and Teachers from a Phoenix school in the Cartright School District. She was given all access. She talks with Carey Pena about the new documentary, “Empty Seats Full Hearts”, produced by AZFamily, that shares the emotional journey and insights into what was learned.
How this Phoenix man changed the course of his life. Check out the new podcast “Redemption with Frantz Beasley” on all podcast platforms TODAY!
Andrea Robinson was a popular Fox News Morning Anchor. But she felt her life slowly coming unraveled. Then she picked up a journal and began to transform. On this 50 minute episode of Carey Pena Reports, we go inside Andrea’s transformational journey.
Darin and Kara Moss turned to adoption after learning that they weren’t able to have more biological children. “I had to look at things a little different,” Moss explained. “I had to get to the point where I was willing to try something. As I tried and exercised faith in that, it grew. And continued to grow.”
“I was absolutely terrified, there was nothing I was thinking about other than survival.” College student Cooper Poze shares his emotional cancer journey. And how paying it forward at Camp Sunrise helped him heal.
“Thoughts become words. Words become actions. Actions become habits. If we are constantly talking about things that matter, sooner or later, we are going to put some action behind what we are saying.” Phoenix Entrepreneur is starting a conversation with his new line of socks called Voyce Threads
Alli Hagerdon and her husband, Pat, welcomed their first child – a beautiful little girl who they named Adeline in September of 2016. Shortly after, Hagerdon noticed a lump while nursing. She believed it was a clogged duct from breastfeeding complications.
Finishing up sophomore year at Seton Hall University in New Jersey, Kainoa Spenser was about to face the fight of his life. The International Affairs major woke up one day not feeling well. The next day he passed out. Believing that he was just exhausted from finals, Spenser tried to power through.
“The struggle is knowing there is greater purpose in our suffering, “says Margaret Beresford, founder of Free Arts for the Abused Children of Arizona. Beresford shares her story about her own childhood suffering, and her determination to build a thriving non-profit that continues helping our children here in Arizona.
Angela Harrolle talks with Carey Pena about the hit podcast, “The Call”, and how it is helping humanize what First Responders go through every single day. Almost 10 years ago, her husband, DPS Officer/Paramedic Bruce Harrolle, died while trying to rescue two lost and stranded hikers near Sedona. Today Angela continues to honor his memory by launching this podcast.