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What Came Next

Broken Cycle Media

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What happens after the experiences of true crime survivors have been shared with the world? Does the media truly capture all it entails to survive such tragedy in the public eye? What comes after the convictions are in, the cameras stop rolling, and the court of public opinion has spoken? Can sharing our stories lead to justice, and is there ever really justice? These questions and many more are discussed on the new true crime docuseries podcast brought to you by Broken Cycle Media (https:// ...
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Discipleship Conversations

Steven Carrizal, Tiffany Dahlman, Jeremy Hoover, Cheryl Russell

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This is a podcast focusing on conversations with guests about following Jesus in various arenas and circumstances of life. Our team of hosts include Steven Carrizal, Tiffany Dahlman, Jeremy Hoover, and Cheryl Russell. We invite you to join us for these conversations, where we reflect on what it means to live as a follower of Jesus, where discipleship and the Kingdom of God call us into a new reality and give us a new script for life.
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Green With Tiffany is a lifestyle podcast guiding you on how to live more sustainably, focusing on ways to better tend to your health and life inside and out. Your host, ecopreneur and founder of Green With Tiffany, Tiffany Paige, offers a friendly perspective and meaningful voice supporting listeners in becoming more aware in making healthier and Earth-conscious choices throughout each day, because what’s good for you is good for the planet. Listen as Tiffany interviews Brand Founders, CEOs ...
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Welcome to the Published + Black Podcast, where the worlds of self-publishing, business, and life converge. I'm Tiffany A Green-Hood, your host, Publisher, Author, Coach, and Design Strategist. Join me each week as we delve into the hidden stories behind self-publishing triumphs and the intricate world of publishing. Together, we'll illuminate the brilliance of black authors, exploring their captivating narratives and honoring their achievements. Our journey doesn't stop there – we'll delve ...
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Host of Black Hair in the Big Leagues, Salisha Thomas is coming to you with the much anticipated, the incomparable, the senSATIONal: THE SALISHA SHOW!! We are talking Great Conversations with Great People. Allow for Positive vibes, fun, and endless love to flow from The Salisha Show into your home, your car, or wherever you listen to podcasts. Salisha sits down with people from all walks of life, from every color, shape, size, gender to talk about topics that matter and topics you didn’t kno ...
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Welcome to The Power We Hold podcast. My name is Vanessa Albury. I’m an eco-visual artist who grew up in Nashville, TN, went to college in Charleston, SC, and moved to NYC the day before my interview for graduate school at NYU in March of 2006. I left my apartment of 13 years in Brooklyn and I now live in the world making art and focusing on healing and love. This podcast follows my journey to becoming a better and better ally to people of all our beautiful difference ( BIPOC, LGBTQAI2S+ and ...
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Content warning: mental illness, animal abuse, animal cruelty, violence, domestic violence, and murder. Eric Johnson is a security professional, author, co-victim of murder, and victim advocate from Michigan. He launched himself towards a career designed to protect and serve the safety of consumers at a very young age. However, his career in victim…
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Content warning: domestic violence, domestic abuse, physical, verbal, mental, and emotional abuse, child-to-parent violence, child-to-family violence, sibling abuse, elder abuse, intrafamilial abuse, murder, and familicide. Tabatha Ross-Brown is a Michigan familywoman, certified mental health support specialist, victim advocate, and founder of the …
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Episode content warning: cults, cultic behavior, multi-level marketing, MLMs, pyramid schemes, ponzi schemes, white collar crime, scams, and fraud. Roberta Blevins is a mom, business owner, consumer protection & victim advocate, and podcaster from Southern California. She began her professional life as a creative multi-hyphenate who juggled several…
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Content Warning: substance use disorder, substance abuse, gun violence, murder, and unsolved murder. Madison McGhee is a producer, documentarian, podcaster, and co-victim of murder from West Virginia. After learning about her father’s unsolved murder in her teen years, Madison devoted herself and her future career to bringing awareness about her fa…
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Content warning: substance abuse, substance use disorder, illegal commerce, physical, sexual, and emotional abuse, physical and sexual violence, torture, abduction, and trafficking. Brandon Andres Green is a father, familyman, survivor of abduction, trafficking, and torture, and immensely strong victim advocate. He faced trauma as a youth in Oklaho…
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Wally Green joins host, Salisha Thomas, in conversation this week on The Salisha Show! Salisha first met Wally at Podfest. He is guenuinely friendly, kind, talented, a unique soul, and has quite a story. He is a TEDx speaker and a celebrity pro athlete. What’s his sport of choice? Ping pong! Wally’s played for the USA in over 35 Pro Tour competitio…
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Content Warning: physical, emotional, and mental abuse, addiction disorder, substance abuse, substance use disorder, rape, statutory rape, child abuse, sexual abuse, child sexual abuse, extrafamilial child sexual abuse, serial sexual abuse, suicidal ideation, and suicide. As shared in Part 1 of his story, Seth Gehle is a father, veteran, speaker, a…
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Content Warning: physical, emotional, and mental abuse, addiction disorder, substance abuse, substance use disorder, rape, statutory rape, child abuse, sexual abuse, child sexual abuse, extrafamilial child sexual abuse, serial sexual abuse, suicidal ideation, and suicide. Seth Gehle is a father, veteran, speaker, and victim advocate from Ohio. Seth…
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The Salisha Show welcomes William Hung! From American Idol season 3 in 2004, William Hung made Ricky Martins song She bang more popular than Ricky Martin himself. After American Idol, he went on to perform WITH Ricky Martin, travel the world and become an international speaker. Hes been featured in several national magazines and newspapers; he was …
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Content Warning: gun violence, child abuse, sexual abuse, childhood sexual abuse, intrafamilial child sexual abuse, abduction, kidnapping, attempted kidnapping, suicidal ideation, and suicide. Alexis Garcia is a mother, survivor, and victim advocate from Chicago. This is the first time she has ever shared on a public platform about the abuse she fa…
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Join us in this enlightening episode of Discipleship Conversations as we delve into the realm of vocational formation with Dr. Chris Cobbler, a seasoned missional theologian and the newly appointed executive director of the Center for Vocational Formation at ACU Dallas online. Dr. Cobbler brings a wealth of experience and passion to the table as he…
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Content Warning: stalking, assault, sexual assault, serial sexual assault, rape, serial rape, abduction, kidnapping, home invasion, armed assault, gun violence, and criminal threats. As shared in Part 1 of her story, Danielle Leukam is a mother, nurse, author, survivor, speaker, and victim advocate from Minnesota. In November of 2018 her entire lif…
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On this episode, Broadway's Jay Armstrong Johnson sits down with host, Salisha Thomas on The Salisha Show! Jay Armstrong Johnson is a singer, actor, dancer, writer, and producer of Broadway and TV. He gives back to the community having created I Put A Spell On You- an annual benefit concert based on the cult classic Halloween Movie called Hocus Poc…
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Content Warning: stalking, assault, sexual assault, serial sexual assault, serial rape, abduction, kidnapping, home invasion, armed assault, gun violence, and criminal threats. Danielle Leukam is a mother, nurse, author, survivor, speaker, and victim advocate from Minnesota. In November of 2018 her entire life changed forever after becoming a victi…
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Thank you for joining me, your host eco-visual artist and spiritual coach Vanessa Albury, on my journey to becoming a better ally to people of all diversities (bipoc, LGBTQAI2S+, non-normative brained and embodied +) and steward of the environment in podcast form as The Power We Hold! This is part of Coral Projects' work in eco-consciousness healin…
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*Content warning: suicidal ideation, love fraud, financial fraud, domestic violence, physical abuse, and stalking. As shared in Part One of Donna Hayes story, Donna is a mother, actress, singer, businesswoman, & author. Donna shares her experiences of domestic violence, divorce, and the various events that she believes led her to be a victim of lov…
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Julie Boardman slays us all this week on The Salisha Show. What better way to kick up Women's History Month than with a badass woman taking up space in the producing world? Julie Boardman was a performer on Broadway and now PRODUCES big Broadway shows like Head Over Heels, Carousel, Indecent, Dames at Sea, Forest Whittaker's production of Hughie, a…
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*Content warning: body shaming, domestic violence, physical abuse, verbal abuse, stalking, love fraud, and financial fraud. Donna Hayes is a mother, actress, singer, author & businesswoman from Jamaica. In the following two episodes, she shares her experiences of domestic violence, divorce, and the various events that she believes led her to be a v…
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Thank you for joining me, your host eco-visual artist and spiritual coach Vanessa Albury, on my journey to becoming a better ally to people of all diversities (bipoc, LGBTQAI2S+, non-normative brained and embodied +) and steward of the environment in podcast form as The Power We Hold! This is part of Coral Projects' work in eco-consciousness healin…
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Content warning: sexual, physical and emotional violence involving children, childhood abuse, sexual abuse of a child, rape, statutory rape, child sex abuse materials, pedophilia, human trafficking, suicidal ideation, and suicide. As shared in Part 1 of the Something Was Wrong Season 15 Episode 5 Updates, Diana's episode,The Devil in Disguise, was …
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Join hosts Tiffany Dahlman, Steven Carrizal, and Jeremy Hoover in the latest episode of "Discipleship Conversations," where they engage in a thought-provoking discussion on the pressing issue of church decline and the innovative ways that some Christian faith communities are responding. The hosts engage with an article by Chris Flanders from Missio…
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Thank you for joining me, your host eco-visual artist and spiritual coach Vanessa Albury, on my journey to becoming a better ally to people of all diversities (bipoc, LGBTQAI2S+, non-normative brained and embodied +) and steward of the environment in podcast form as The Power We Hold! This is part of Coral Projects' work in eco-consciousness healin…
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*Content warning: sexual, physical and emotional violence involving children, childhood abuse, sexual abuse of a child, rape, statutory rape, child sex abuse materials, pedophilia, human trafficking, suicidal ideation, and suicide. Season 15, Episode 5 of Something Was Wrong, [Diana] The Devil in Disguise was released on March 2nd, 2023. In the epi…
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Thank you for joining me, your host eco-visual artist and spiritual coach Vanessa Albury, on my journey to becoming a better ally to people of all diversities (bipoc, LGBTQAI2S+, non-normative brained and embodied +) and steward of the environment in podcast form as The Power We Hold! This is part of Coral Projects' work in eco-consciousness healin…
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*Content warning: hate crimes, bigotry, racism, gun violence, child loss, parent loss, and mass murder. Mindy Corporon is a speaker, author, founder, and CEO from Oklahoma. She attributes her personal and professional success to her loving, tight-knit upbringing. However, everything she knew to be true would be deeply challenged on April 13th, 2014…
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Thank you for joining me, your host eco-visual artist and spiritual coach Vanessa Albury, on my journey to becoming a better ally to people of all diversities (bipoc, LGBTQAI2S+, non-normative brained and embodied +) and steward of the environment in podcast form as The Power We Hold! This is part of Coral Projects' work in eco-consciousness healin…
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*Content warning: sexual assault, childhood abuse, trauma, true crime, and murder. This week we're taking a break from our regularly-scheduled survivor interviews to answer listeners' questions. Thank you so much for the continuous support of What Came Next, the survivors we interview, and the brands that sponsor us. Please also consider re-listeni…
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Are you a Christian parent with an emerging adult child that is choosing a different faith than you expected? Are you an emerging adult discovering spiritual renewal as you find a path to faith and spirituality apart from the tradition of your youth? Many Christian families are experiencing a change in their family faith dynamic as emerging adults …
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Content warning: domestic violence, capital punishment, abduction, rape, and murder. Stacie McBride-Cox is a mother, sister, educator, and former lawyer. Her faith and fortitude were deeply tested in 1995, after the abduction and murder of her beloved sister, Tracie. Since then, The McBride family’s efforts for awareness have been seen on Good Morn…
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Thank you for joining me, your host eco-visual artist and spiritual coach Vanessa Albury, on my journey to becoming a better ally to people of all diversities (bipoc, LGBTQAI2S+, non-normative brained and embodied +) and steward of the environment in podcast form as The Power We Hold! This is part of Coral Projects' work in eco-consciousness healin…
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*Content warning: cyberstalking, stalking, death threats, and abduction. Lenora Claire is a survivor, advocate, producer, private investigator, and consultant from Los Angeles, California. Her career in entertainment and the arts skyrocketed in the early 2000’s, but were largely derailed when she began to face stalking at the hands of a perpetrator…
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Content warning: depression, suicidal ideation, suicide, sexual assault, rape, statutory rape, and sexual abuse. As he shared in 'Against Big Odds // Part One,' Kelly Gee is a former professional hockey player and coach, and the current powerhouse executive director of the non profit organization Survivors for Change. Kelly has always been driven t…
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Content warning: depression, suicidal ideation, substance use disorder, sexual assault, rape, statutory rape, and sexual abuse. Kelly Gee is a former professional hockey player and coach and the current executive director of the non profit organization Survivors for Change. Kelly has always been driven to make an impact, but it wasn't until survivi…
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Introduction: Welcome to Published + Black Podcast, the place where we explore the world of publishing, both in print and online. Episode Title: "Book Publishing Tips for 2024" Host Introduction: Publisher, Coach and Design Strategist Tiffany A Green-Hood Segment 1: The Importance of a Compelling Title Why your title is very important and will dete…
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Content warning: gun violence, homicide, murder, and substance abuse. Evin and Melissa Marshall shared about the heartbreaking loss of Evin's father, Richard, in part one of their story. The Broken Cycle media team is extremely grateful they were willing to share more of their journey, healing, and the trauma that they continue to sift through in t…
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Content warning: gun violence, homicide, murder, and substance abuse. Melissa and Evin Marshall's lives changed forever in late February of 2021. The murder of Evin's beloved father, Richard Donald Marshall, deeply impacted people across the country. Evan and Melissa's consequent heartbreak didn't end there though, and neither has their tenacity. R…
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Content warning: abuse, child abuse, gun violence, grief, loss, death, and murder. Chaplain Peggy has been a victim and patient advocate for over twenty years. She found her calling after America faced mass tragedy on September 11th 2001. After that day, she felt forced to answer a deeper call to serve her community, especially for those members in…
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*Content warning: suicidal ideation, stalking, cyberstalking, arson, death threats, violent threats. As shared in Part One of Vanessa V.'s story, we first heard from her on Discovery’s Unraveled. However, her journey as a stalking victim started nearly two decades before her media-based advocacy journey began. Over those two decades, Vanessa experi…
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It is the season of Advent! Check out our latest podcast episode as hosts Steven Carrizal, Tiffany Dahlman, Cheryl Russell, and Jeremy Hoover, discuss Advent and what it has meant to them personally and in their ministries. Whether you're a seasonedAdvent enthusiast or new to the tradition, we invite you to listen to this "Discipleship Conversation…
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*Content warning: suicidal ideation, stalking, cyberstalking, arson, death threats, violent threats, and murder. We first heard Vanessa V.‘s story on Discovery’s Unraveled. However, her journey as a stalking victim started nearly two decades before her media-based advocacy journey began. Over those two decades, Vanessa experienced escalating, cycli…
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Content warning: substance use disorder, substance abuse, sex work, statutory rape, child abuse, sexual abuse, rape, serial rape, murder, and serial murder. Denise Winters is a mother, author, YouTuber, and victim advocate from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. After a very tumultuous childhood, Denise’s heartache did not stop. She was brutally attacked and ra…
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Content warning: cruelty towards animals, animal abuse, death threats, domestic violence, psychological, emotional, mental, and physical abuse, murder. As shared in last week’s episode and Part 1 of her story, Sarah Manos is a high school educator and victim advocate from Chicago. After escaping a highly abusive relationship and losing her canine c…
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Content warning: animal cruelty, animal abuse, domestic violence, psychological, emotional, mental, and physical abuse, stalking, and death threats. Sarah Manos is a high school educator and victim advocate from Chicago. In Part One of her story, Sarah shares how she loses her canine companions Kirby and Daisy to her abuser, and eventually escapes …
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*Content warning: rape, murder, serial murder. Commissioner Jennifer Morrison has had a long career in public safety and law enforcement. However, her trajectory as an advocate became clearer with the life-altering loss of two dear friends during her formative, college years. It is with this same passion for justice and advocacy that she began a pr…
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Walking the Camino de Santiago, as Kevin & Shelly Huddleston did (see Season 5 Episode 10), is a big undertaking. But what if we could see pilgrimage and the lessons of pilgrimage in the everyday of our lives. In this episode, the hosts have a roundtable discussion about finding and implementing pilgrimage in our ministry contexts.…
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Content warning: divorce, stalking, cyberstalking, murder, and capital murder. Caitlin Mathis is a victim advocate and survivor from Texas. In the summer between graduating high school and entering college, she began a relationship with a man whose future actions would change her life, and a whole town, forever. After consequently navigating the in…
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*Content warning: divorce, conversion therapy, reorientation therapy, cyberstalking, stalking, fraudulent reporting, emotional and psychological abuse, death threats, and criminal threats. Danny Cords is an organizational psychologist and victim advocate from Seattle. He began harnessing his voice and speaking out for others after leaving conversio…
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*Content warning: domestic abuse, child abuse, domestic violence, and non-consensual pornography. In Part 2 of Season 14 updates, Kaylan and Melissa continue their conversation regarding life after their season ended, and their continuous child support battle in court with Jake Gravbrot. Kaylan and Melissa also explain, from their perspectives, the…
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*Content warning: domestic abuse, child abuse, domestic violence, and non-consensual pornography. Season Fourteen of Something Was Wrong began airing on October 20th, 2022 and the last episode aired on January 3rd, 2023. The season highlighted the narratives of Kaylan, Melissa, and Sara and their very toxic, abusive relationships with a man named J…
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Each day between two and three thousand people arrive in Santiago, Spain as pilgrims. This past summer, Kevin and Shelly Huddleston were two among that number on July 13 as they along with a small group of friends completed a 14-day walk on the Camino de Santiago. In this episode, we talk the two of them about their pilgrimage experience—about how …
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