“Voices In My Head” Podcast #7 with Brandon Sipes

Brandon Sipes

On Episode #7 Rick Welcomes good friend Brandon Sipes, the President of RE-Frame, LLC and a Senior Consultant to The ARIA Group (ariagroup.com). During his career, Brandon has engaged with identity conflicts in the United States and around the world, leading to an understanding of the ways in which identity can be utilized for both division and unity. Research and practice in identity (and specifically religiously motivated) conflict has taken him to Northern Ireland, Croatia, Bosnia, France, Germany, Israel and the West Bank. His work has included organizational visioning, conflict mediation and workshop facilitation, and facilitator training and development. Brandon is a member of the Nazarene denomination and is currently writing a book exploring his decision to remain committed to a community that he values but from which he holds somewhat divergent views. Voices In My Head is the official podcast for Christian singer, songwriter, and speaker Rick Lee JamesVoices In My Head is a Podcast dedicated to covering things like comics, movies, books, music and various other things that get stuck in the head of pop culture, but with a Theological lens.  Rick Lee James Official Website is www.RickLeeJames.com.  To leave a voice message comment  for Voices In My Head call (937) 505-0162.   Get Rick’s music on iTunes and at CDBaby.com.  Email can be sent to RLJames29@yahoo.com.

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