Snap Judgment - Lost in Translation
This week on the Radio Clinic, Snap Judgment proudly presents stories from people, who for one reason or another, couldn’t quite get their point across.
Tongues In Training:
A young Christian tries to become God’s microphone with an unexpected result. Jamie DeWolf is a story teller and performer who’s since stopped trying to speak in tongues, and speak with his own instead. You can hear more at www.jamiedewolf.com
The Last Yugoslavs
Jonathan Groubert is the host of The State We're In, from Radio Netherlands Worldwide. You can hear the show all over the US these days, but if for some reason you can't, go to T-S-W-I.org, that's tizzwee.org.
When Cindy adopted a four year old girl from China, there was a lot the two didn’t understand about each other. There was thing the toddler was insistent on--Xiao Xiao. Find out about Cindy’s books at www.cindychampnella.com
A celebratory night in a wine cellar leads to a mad scramble through the woods in Moldova. Alexander Labinov was a Peace Corps Community Organizer in the Republic of Moldova for two years, but now he adventures in the Bay Area of California. He still has a soft spot for suc de vin from any Moldovan harvest.
The only thing Simon Lewis ever wanted to do was to make movies. But when he found himself lost in what seemed like a tragic script, he knew his only option was to try and write himself out.
Dance Dance Revolution
A young professional belly dancer dreams of an invitation like this. Michelle Joyce is just starting out in the big world of Arabic Dance when she gets an email inviting her to dance a New Year’s Eve show at a big-time hotel in central India. It only involved one small lie.
Snap Judgment airs every weeknight during the week of June from 11-15 at 7 p.m. on WBHM/WSGN.
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