Recent Episodes
#299:
Alice Gu and the Cambodian American “Donut King”

There’s a reason why 80% of California’s donut shops are owned by Cambodian Americans, and it’s because of the vision and perseverance of immigrant Ted Ngoy. After earning his trust, filmmaker Alice Gu created “The Donut King” which is an honest telling of Ngoy’s rags-to-riches-to-downfall story. Intro: Not-So-Distant Anymore

#298:
An Honest, Real-life Alternative to Purity Culture

The confessed killer in Atlanta claimed he was motivated by sex addiction. This has created a renewed fascination in something that’s been called “Purity Culture” since the 1990s in conservative Evangelical churches. While some are defending it as what the Bible says that a holy God requires of us, others are condemning it as unnatural,… Read more »