• Final Episode

    After two and half years of curating stories of faith in unique settings, budget cuts at Moody Radio have resulted in this episode marking the final podcast for Bring To Mind. Archives of the podcast will remain available for a year from the original release date of each episode.

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    Episode 115: Modern Leadership/Millennial Leadership. What's the Difference?

    Melinda Schmidt talks with a Millennial panel of leaders who advocate for the specials skills and insights they bring to today’s workplace teams.

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Melinda Schmidt

Melinda appreciates observing how the complexities of culture and faith influence one another. Her core words are freedom, orderliness, twirling, beauty and seed-planting. She enjoys this cozy time of year the in the Midwest which includes comfort food, imbibed while she makes her way through challenging classwork for her Grad degree at Wheaton College. She lives with her husband, Dave, and their little blessing named Pippa—a long-haired Chihuahua/Min Pin—you'd love 'er!
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Mark Breta - Producer

Mark is a singer, pianist, worship leader and radio producer and announcer. His hobbies include concert-going, cooking, comedy and watching football. He spoils his nieces and nephews. Mark's guilty pleasures include Home Run Inn pizza and Reese's Peanut Butter Cups. He dreams of homes in places like New York and London, but is proud to live in the city of Chicago.

Bring to Mind

What sense does faith make in our rapidly changing culture? Bring to Mind is a welcoming place for those who are curious and thoughtful about faith, hungry to meet people who push them to think deeply, perhaps differently and always interestingly. Meet fellow travelers who live their faith in places like universities, a restaurant workplace, on a movie set or even in their present grief. These eclectic conversations stimulate us to think beyond everyday boundaries, grow our personal worlds, and engage with those who are thinking and living their faith in a unique way. As we listen to their stories, we are invited to bring to mind Jesus' invitation to love God with all your heart, soul and mind.