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Faith, Fatherhood and Figuring It Out is about helping single dads of faith (separated/divorced/widowed) navigate the pain of the new journey we find ourselves on, while building purposeful connection with our girls to help them become all they are meant to be. Your host, Bruce Malmstrom, is a single dad who interviews girl dads, as well as daughters, to gain wisdom and insights into the importance of the father-daughter relationship and how having a strong relationship sets our daughters up ...
 
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This week we welcome Rick Sims and Pete Consigli for a report on Hurricane Ian recovery, HVAC industry update and the Andy Ask Building Science Symposium aka Winter Break. It’s always great to have the Restoration Industry Global Watchdog join us and this week we also welcome his SW Florida HVAC expert and friend Rick Sims. This show will not only …
 
This week we welcome Lisa White, Associate Director at the Passive House Institute US. This show is a great follow up to our recent discussions about the internet of things, sensors and the electrify everything movement. Lisa did a well received presentation at Summer Camp with thoughtful insights on how changes to the grid can be coordinated with …
 
This week we welcome Dr. Allison Bailes of Energy Vanguard to talk about his new book A House Needs to Breathe….. or Does It?. We will talk about his thoughts on proper ways to make homes comfortable, healthy and energy efficient. Dr. Bailes is widely known for his excellent writing in the Energy Vanguard blog. Allison A. Bailes III, PhD, is founde…
 
This week on IAQ Radio+ we welcome Dr. Serene Al-Momen CEO of Senseware to discuss Sensors, IoT and IAQ; Putting the Pieces Together. We have recently had several shows about sensors and IAQ and we saw the Denver Public Schools Superintendent discussing his dashboard during the White House Summit on IAQ. This week we tie it all together with an IT …
 
This week we welcome Mark Ames, AIHA Director, Government Relations to discuss the recent White House Summit on IAQ. Mark was there and we will try to distill the 3.5 hour summit into this show. For the full video of the event go to: https://youtu.be/q1HCG1aXaBg Since 2003, Mark has led the government relations activities of major national and glob…
 
This week we welcome back one of our favorite regular guests Nate “The House Whisperer” Adams for a show called electrification, heat pumps, IAQ & The Inflation Reduction Act. Nate “The House Whisperer” Adams is the author of The Home Comfort Book and has helped numerous clients make their homes healthier, more comfortable, and able to run on clean…
 
This week we welcome Dr. R. Subramanian for his international perspective on IAQ and to discuss how to evaluate and use low cost sensors. Dr. R Subramanian is a mechanical engineer who does research in atmospheric chemistry and environmental science. His PhD is in Mechanical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University in the IAQ Radio hometown of P…
 
This week we welcome Erik Malmstrom and Christian Weeks to discuss a new document on How to Achieve Sustainable Indoor Air Quality: Part 2 A Roadmap to Simultaneously Improving Indoor Air Quality & Meeting Building Decarbonization and Climate Resiliency Goals. This is a multi layered “Clean First” approach to IAQ which they feel is the key to the l…
 
This week we welcome Marwa Zaatari, PhD and Christian Weeks to discuss a new document on How to Achieve Sustainable Indoor Air Quality: A Roadmap to Simultaneously Improving Indoor Air Quality & Meeting Building Decarbonization and Climate Resiliency Goals. The document was a collaboration between a group of industry companies that want to promote …
 
This week we welcome Ruth Ann Norton President & CEO of the Green & Healthy Homes Initiative for a discussion on healthy homes, the new funding in the Inflation Reduction Act and what a successful organization looks like. Ruth Ann Norton, President & CEO of the Green & Healthy Homes Initiative, joined the organization in 1993 and has led its develo…
 
Good Day and welcome to IAQ Radio+ episode 672. This week we welcome Tom Peter and Trent Darden for a show we are calling Joining Forces. Trent and Tom are part of the management team at First Onsite. Each has unique skills and experience that our audience will benefit from hearing about. Trent Darden is SVP of Operations, US East at First Onsite P…
 
This week we welcome Penn State Prof. Dr. Bill Bahnfleth, Dr. Dustin Poppendieck from NIST and Alison Savage from EPA’s indoor environments division for part 2 of our series on the NASEM document Why Indoor Chemistry Matters! This week we focus on the Management of Chemicals in Indoor Environments. William Bahnfleth is a professor of architectural …
 
This week we welcome Dr. Charles Weschler for a show about a topic of great interest to IEQ and restoration professionals. Restoration contractors are inundated with claims about equipment to help on projects when fires, wildfires and other odor events affect indoor environments. What should practitioners know about ozone, hydroxyls, TI02 and other…
 
This week we welcome Dr. Dave Dorman, Dr. Rima Habre, and Dr. Megan Harries for Part 1 of our 2 part show on the National Academy of Sciences Report called “Why Indoor Chemistry Matters”. We will focus on what the findings mean for practitioners! David C. Dorman, DVM, PhD is a professor of toxicology in the Department of Molecular Biomedical Scienc…
 
This week we welcome Dr. Bill Sothern, Chris Mikrut and Dr. Michael Berg to discuss their recent paper called Misalignment between Clinical Mold Antigen Extracts and Airborne Molds Found in Water-damaged Homes. We will look at the current antigen testing being done for mold allergies then discuss their results and what changes could be beneficial. …
 
In honor of Father's Day, I decided to throw in a special episode with my girls. Tune in to hear lots of laughter, silly voices, a crazy story about a spider, some adventures we went on today and some insights from my girls, Katelyn (14) and Annabelle (11). Yes, I did ask them a couple of important questions too. Like, what does Father's Day mean t…
 
This week we welcome back Brad Prezant to discuss Assessing Risk Infection and Air Exchange. We will also focus on different methods for doing this type of assessment along with the pitfalls and benefits of different methods. Brad Prezant is an evidence-based public health scientist with a background in epidemiology, occupational health & hygiene, …
 
Nikki Cruise is a kingdom entrepreneur, wife, speaker, and encourager. Today's episode takes us on a journey with Nikki into learning how amazing God's love is for us as His children. We'll hear how Nikki's obedience sowing into a ministry half a world away, led to a miraculous healing in her own life. For, as we will hear in Nikki's own words, 'Wh…
 
This week we have a little change of pace for our audience. We are playing back a new show that Radio Joe recorded recently with the hosts of the Edifice Complex Podcast, Robert Bean and Adam Muggleton. It was a wide ranging show on the podcasting, IAQ, building science and disaster restoration. We may not have solved all the world’s problems but w…
 
Don't be afraid to have the tough conversations with your kids. They want to hear from you and glean your insights. It actually brings more courage, closeness and strength in the relationship with your kids. Think about it dad, who would you rather have your girls get answers from? You or from their friends at school? Julie is a prophetic artist in…
 
How can dads help their daughters diffuse the fear of living in a society that still heavily favors men? Dr. Enrico Dolcecore feels this is the mission of fathers for their daughters, to equip them with the tools, faith, and confidence they need to thrive without fear. This starts with the simple act of Acknowledging And Listening to our kids fears…
 
Hey Dad, do you know that your daughters are asking 3 main questions to try and sort out their identity? Dad, you have a PIVOTAL role in encouraging your daughter's identity. You are the strongest voice that will encourage her to go into the unknown or stay in what is comfortable and familiar. Your role is to encourage her to take her destiny and l…
 
This week we welcome David Jacobs for an interview about his pioneering career working toward making housing healthier for all. For over 40 years David has been a force for good in the healthy homes movement. It started early in his career as a research scientist at Georgia Tech and continues today at his current positions at the NCHH and as the Di…
 
No matter how old your kids are, maybe you're 70 and your child is 50 now, never quit reaching out. Never quit telling them you love them, that you want to be with them, that you miss them. Even if you haven't heard from them in months or they don't reach out to you. If you know how to reach them, reach out. If, for some reason, you don't know how …
 
In this full length episode with Jason Shawera, Jason takes us on a journey into our identity as sons and daughters in the Kingdom of God. Having been given a new lease on life from 'Daddy" God after living a life on the streets, Jason has the authority and life experience to speak to the topic of calling God "ABBA or Daddy". He is a proud father o…
 
This week we welcome back Dr. Joe Spurgeon to talk about the use of surface dust sampling for assessing mold exposure. Many IEP’s are frustrated with the lack of consensus on how to take and interpret surface dust samples for mold. They are also frustrated with the misuse of ERMI scores to assess exposure. Dr. Spurgeon will review his work and disc…
 
"If our daughters don't understand that they need to be respected, that she needs to be honoured, that she is worthy of honour and respect, then she won't act like it and so she will accept being treated poorly and we don't want that. Trust me dads, you don't want your daughter to be treated poorly." healedheartbeats.com…
 
This week we welcome Brian Lester and Roger Berry for a discussion on mold remediation and cleaning products. Brian has been doing remediation for nearly 25 years and Roger is an entrepreneur and Founder of SUDOC, he also has a lengthy and fascinating history in world affairs. The Z-man is intrigued by the product they have developed and when the Z…
 
Can assigning your child a Super Power help instill a positive identity in them? God dropped a strategy into Donise Boyd's heart one day to help her children navigate life's emotional ups and downs and learn to walk in their identity. Life has become much more manageable in a house with 4 kids. Donise is the mother of four children, a blogger and v…
 
This week we welcome Dr. Elliott Gall, Associate Professor at Portland State University to discuss some current research on particulate and gas phase pollutant mitigation. Particles are everywhere in indoor environments from skin cells to automobile exhaust to wildfires by-products. Particulate removal is also a big topic when it comes to the pande…
 
An invisible father can have a huge impact on a daughter's ability to relate to God. For Carolyn Johnson, she started to lose her sense of self despite growing up in church and being taught about God. Carolyn's name means Song of Joy. She is passionate about bringing joy into spaces physically and digitally. As an artist, she strums an acoustic gui…
 
This week our engineer Jon “You Gotta Have” Faith helped us clean up, edit and add to a great show we did in May of 2010 with Dr. Andrew Persily of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). Dr. Persily is currently a Fellow at NIST but at the time of this interview he was leading the indoor air quality and ventilation group. During…
 
A father's disconnection from his daughters can unfortunately form inaccurate views about God as a Father. Mey H. Espinol struggled to embrace God's love as she grew up with a mostly absent father who was difficult to please. Mey is the author of Riches for God, the first book in a series on biblical financial stewardship. She is also the author of…
 
A father can open up new worlds for his daughters by taking them on his adventures, exploring other cultures and peoples' stories. Nikki Cruise's father didn't share her faith but through his humble outlook and willingness to meet people from all walks of life, she learned tolerance as well as intrigue and love for different people. Nikki is a king…
 
Adoption is a special opportunity to show a daughter that she is chosen and loved. For adopted child Julie Peace Morphew, her experience growing up with her dad gave her a deep appreciation for Ephesians 1:5 which talks about God predestining us for adoption as His children. Julie is a prophetic artist in digital NFT, acrylic and multimedia works. …
 
How can dads help their daughters diffuse the fear of living in a society that still heavily favors men? Dr. Enrico Dolcecore feels this is the mission of fathers for their daughters, to equip them with the tools, faith, and confidence they need to thrive without fear. He also reveals why the age of 25 is so important. Enrico is a dad to three girl…
 
There are three questions every daughter is asking at the core of their identity where fathers play a crucial role. Dr. Amber Joy Daniel knows this well, drawing from her own experience growing up with her father. Amber is a transformational coach, author, and motivational speaker. Her journey is one from underdog to successful entrepreneur, mentor…
 
Wouldn't dads love to be able to handpick the men our daughters would one day marry? Larissa Luck had a father who became the cornerstone of faith for her family and modeled the values and characters she would want to have in a future husband. That's almost as good as handpicking your daughter's spouse. Born in Michigan and raised in Indiana, Laris…
 
Have you ever wondered if you were good enough to be a father? Jason Shawera went from living on the streets, addicted to drugs and alcohol to now being an amazing father of eight kids in a blended family. His message is that we may not realize that we're really looking for security in our identity which can produce father-heart issues. Jason and h…
 
There is more power in our words than we often know and that's to be recognized when speaking to our children. Daniel Fraser shares that words spoken in frustration can impact who our children become. Daniel T Fraser has an inner healing ministry with his wife, Ann, called Healed Heartbeats. He introduces himself as a Disciple, Spouse, Father, Brot…
 
Can a dad be too protective? Donise Boyd remembers hiding information from her father because she knew how he would react to gifts from boys. But it gave her a picture of how precious she was to to Father God. Donise is the mother of four children, a blogger and video creator who’s passionate about helping mothers renew their minds and win at earni…
 
An invisible father can have a huge impact on a daughter's ability to relate to God. For Carolyn Johnson, she started to lose her sense of self despite growing up in church and being taught about God. Carolyn's name means Song of Joy. She is passionate about bringing joy into spaces physically and digitally. As an artist, she strums an acoustic gui…
 
This week we welcome back Dr. Andrew Persily a Fellow at the U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) for a discussion on indoor CO2, building ventilation and CO2 impact on occupants. We'll also discuss airborne infectious disease transmission and more. Dr. Persily has worked at NIST for four decades after earning his Ph.D. in Mec…
 
Faith, Fatherhood and Figuring It Out is about helping separated/divorced/widowed Dads of Faith navigate the pain of the new journey in which we find ourselves, while building purposeful connection with our girls to help them become all they are meant to be. Hosted by Bruce Malmstrom, a single dad who interviews Girl Dads and Daughters to gain wisd…
 
This week we welcome Don Fugler for the second show in our series with the founding fathers and pioneers of today's indoor environmental quality industry. During our first show J. David Miller, PhD mentioned how important Don was during the early research projects that led to solutions for common IEQ problems. This week we look forward to talking w…
 
This week we welcome Rob DeMalo M. Sc. and Michael Menz, CIH, CHMM for a discussion about their unique perspective on industrial hygiene and IEQ. Having spent many years as executives at the largest lab in the country and being in the field now gives them a unique perspective into the big picture around IH and IEQ. In addition to getting their thou…
 
This week we welcome Patti Harman, editor and chief of the PropertyCasualty360.com group for a discussion on the past, present and future of the insurance property restoration industry. There continues to be big changes in the property restoration insurance marketplace. We will look at how we got were we are today and what the future looks like wit…
 
This week we welcome back Dr. Lisa Brosseau for a discussion on respirators and masking. After 2 years of COVID-19 research and real world experience what have we learned? Dr. Brosseau, now retired, was a professor at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) School of Public Health from 2015 to 2018, where she was director of the Illinois Educat…
 
This week we welcome Dr. David Miller for our first "Founding Fathers of IEQ" shows. Dr. Miller is a Distinguished Research Professor at Carleton University in Ottawa, Ontario Canada. He and some others we will talk about have been instrumental in getting Indoor Environmental Quality (IEQ) recognized as a public health issue. We will learn about hi…
 
This week we look forward to hearing highlights from THE Florida Mold Conference aka AEML Winter Break. The event was a big success with full house attendance and excellent feedback. We will hear the highlights from each module's moderator about each of the domains the event focused on. We will look at current thoughts on Moisture with John Lapotra…
 
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