School shootings. Market massacres. You’ve heard the tired debates – both sides saying the same things, repeatedly. And does either side ever get to the root of the problem?
I started a podcast: Gracearchy with Jim Babka
What’s with the name?
Grace is the extra favor that empathetically reaches beyond tolerance and forgiveness, to understand and help those around us who need it.
The suffix -archy means ruler or government. You’ve heard of monarchy, rule by a king, or anarchy, no ruler. This is gracearchy — government by grace.
My first episode is about the gun debate.
Bill Protzmann is my show host. He and I were determined to go deeper, to drive towards the root of the problem.
The early reviews are in, and they say we did just that!
“Off to a fine start. The pacing just right. Not too short or too long. Your voice and message come through loud and clear.”
“It was a thing of perfection. I thought I was going to have quibbles, but you fixed one of them toward the end, bringing the gracearchy concept back in a strong way. Great content, great delivery, perfect length.”
Right now, the show is only on YouTube – on the AHO Radio Network.
And YouTube is a great place to start. You can see us when you screencast or use the app on your television. You can listen in the car or on a walk on your phone.
But we intend to put it on more podcasting platforms, soon like… Apple, Google, Podbean, and Stitcher.
To do that, the Zero Aggression Project needs merely $30 per month in new or increased monthly pledges.
One-time donations help, as well. They’re tax-deductible if you itemize. We issue receipts in January for all donations totaling $5 or more.
Please check out my new show Gracearchy, and share it with potentially interested friends.
ZAP the State and have a nice day,
Zero Aggression Project