Alia Eyres holds a Juris Doctorate from the Georgetown University Law Centre and a Bachelor of Arts in International Affairs from the George Washington University, where she was also a member of the NCAA Division 1 Women’s Rowing Team. She shares with Steve & Tammy her journey that led her out of the world of corporate law to become the director of Mother's Choice, a Hong Kong based charity bringing hope and new stories to vulnerable teenage mothers and families across the city.
Along the way Alia shares about the racism she encountered growing up as a “mixed race” child, how kindness and hospitality were instilled in her by her parents, as well as how her faith in Christ has sustained her through life’s challenges.
Go Beyond the Pale with Alia Eyres!
:35 (Intro) Steve & Tammy discuss the effects of the COVID-19 virus
15:27- Conversation with Alia Eyres begins
21:51- Mother’s Choice
23:17- Coming from a mixed race, faith, culture family
30:02- Learning Hospitality, Generosity, and Kindness from a young age
40:45- Leaving law to lead Mother’s Choice
47:57- Alia learns that God is better than she ever thought possible
Sara Morano is a world traveller and ultra marathoner who just happened to run into Steve on the 1,100 mile Via Francigena pilgrimage from Canterbury to Rome. Sara shares her journey on the ancient pilgrimage as well as the stories of reaching the top of the Alps with Steve.
Along the way she shares about training as an ultra marathoner!
Go Beyond the Pale with Sara Morano
1:11 - (Intro) Steve & Tammy discuss the Via Francigena, the Coronavirus, and spiritual deconstruction
26:29- Conversation with Sara begins
29:29- Running the Comrades Marathon in South Africa
37:06- Making room reservations on the Via Francigena
42:25- Sara reaches the top of the Alps with Steve
54:05- Miracles on the Via Francigena