jonnydollar / JD

I am the founder of Porchlight Family Media, a podcaster, new media consultant, tech enthusiast, Android fan, and food junkie.

I am extremely passionate about the medium of podcasting and I get excited when I see great content being distributed to the world! My goal is to create family friendly content and to assist others in doing the same.

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  1. 175th Anniversary of Jane Eyre

    This week we celebrate the 175th Anniversary of Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre! In this episode, Gothic Literature specialist Kirstin Mills is joined by Master of Research candidate Rachel Baldacchino to explore what makes this Victorian novel and its many adaptations so enduringly popular.

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  2. David Suchet Reflects on His Acting Career and Encountering Christ Late in Life

    David Suchet is a British actor known for his work with the Royal Shakespeare Company and captivating portrayal of Agatha Christie’s Inspector Hercule Poirot. But there’s something else that’s even more important to him than his stellar acting career—Jesus.

    In this episode, David Suchet talks about encountering Christ late in life, how he approaches acting as a Christian, and what Jesus means to him now.

    Going Deeper

    David Suchet always hoped to one day portray Paul in a movie or play. Instead, he shot a documentary for the BBC following in his footsteps. What the trailer here. Click here to get your own copy of David Suchet’s DVD “In the Footsteps of St. Paul.”

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  3. Compelled: #24 Creator of Hank the Cowdog – John Erickson

    John Erickson is the author of the popular children’s book series, “Hank the Cowdog,” which has sold over 10 million copies. John has a lighthearted approach in the way he writes, and much of it has to do with the Christian Worldview he carries. Listen to the back story of how Hank the Cowdog came to life and of John’s personal journey.

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  4. Slack & Flickr: Stewart Butterfield

    In the early 2000s, Stewart Butterfield tried to build a weird, massively multiplayer online game, but the venture failed.

    Instead, he and his co-founders used the technology they had developed to create the photo-sharing site Flickr.

    After Flickr was acquired by Yahoo in 2005, Butterfield went back to the online game idea, only to fail again.

    But the office messaging platform Slack rose from the ashes of that second failure — a company which, today, is valued at over $5 billion.

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