From the night they met to the many obstacles they would face, there is nothing ordinary about our guests’ story. If you are facing any kind of hardship in life whether it be sickness, disease, fear, anxiety, or a feeling of hopelessness, this broadcast will be a source of inspiration! Join us as this couple shares their very personal (and very hilarious) stories about how they navigated through multiple life-changing and life-threatening events. Follow their journey, as they show you how to trust God when life gets hard.
Why is there a growing coalition of parents, educators and policy experts who are giving strong voice for more transparency in schools and for the removal of CRT? Why are SOGI’s laws the newest – and biggest – threat to religious liberty today? How will the Supreme Court rule on the Dobbs case dealing with abortion? Join us for the answers to these questions – and a whole lot more. Great ready to think biblically and critically!!
Kevin and Stephanie Mason are authors, speakers, and the hosts of the radio program and podcast ‘Tell Us a Good Story‘ which gives them an opportunity to share their crazy experiences from their 17+ years of marriage, plus swap some behind-the-scenes stories with guests who have a good story to tell.
Kevin Mason has served in various finance and accounting roles during his 18-year career with Fortune 500 companies and Big Four public accounting. Kevin graduated from Ohio Northern University with an Accounting degree and received his MBA from Ohio University. He is also a Certified Public Accountant and financial consultant to Storyside Church in Bellville, Ohio.
Stephanie Mason graduated from Capital University and is a Registered Nurse. Stephanie has worked in a cardiac step down unit, labor & delivery, and surgery. She currently works at a medical spa
Sarah Perry is a legal fellow in the Institute for Constitutional Government at The Heritage Foundation in Washington, DC. She is also former Senior Counsel to the Assistant Secretary for Civil Rights at the U.S. Department of Education, where she focused on policy reform, technical guidance, employee relations, and Department's annual report to the federal government. She is also a policy consultant and widely-published author with publications on topics ranging from public policy and education, to parenting, law, disability advocacy, and the arts. Sarah managed education reform initiatives at the Family Research Council and has written widely on the fight against the industrialized education complex. Her work at the Family Research Council also included the building and oversight of multiple policy coalitions geared toward the fight against antisemitism in academia, limiting tech censorship, and protecting religious liberty. Her work has appeared at Human Events, Christianity Today, the Stream, the Daily Caller, Townhall and others.