We Don’t Think Big Enough W/ Rachel Faulkner Brown
March 2, 2021
Hosted by Chris Meek
Rachel Faulkner Brown, founder and director of Be Still Ministries and Never Alone Widows Retreats, speaks with host Chris Meek about how experiencing the loss of two husbands lead her to create a community that empowers military and first responder widows. Now married a third time, Rachel will speak in-depth about her journey to finding faith and seeking out marriage and love once again despite experiencing heartbreaking loss. Rachel will educate listeners about the power of “yes,” believing that we have no way of knowing who is on the other side of our ‘yes’ and lifting up those who find themselves stuck in their shame and secrets on their journey to answering the call of their own ‘yes.’ Rachel, who maintains that God thinks way bigger than his children, will encourage the audience to think bigger each and every day. A champion for freedom, Rachel Faulkner Brown is an inspiration for finding freedom through Christ.
Next Steps Forward
Tuesday at 10 AM Pacific Time on VoiceAmerica Empowerment Channel
Personal empowerment, commitment to our own well-being and the motivation to achieve more than we ever thought possible are the ingredients of a better life. And, they’re all within our reach. Next Steps Forward with Chris Meek delves into each aspect of the three keys that add energy, excitement, direction and purpose to everything that we do.
Each week, Chris hosts leaders from the worlds of business, sports, entertainment, medicine, politics and public policy as they engage in thought-provoking discussions to help us all take the next step forward on our own journeys to our better selves and greater service to others. Next Steps Forward with Chris Meek is an informative, uplifting hour every Tuesday at 1 PM Eastern Time and 10 AM Pacific Time on the VoiceAmerica Empowerment Channel that’s certain to inspire you to take that important next step forward, too.
Chris Meek believes in the American spirit of individual empowerment and service to others, especially those who have sacrificed for our freedoms. As someone who lived through the horrors of Ground Zero on 9/11, Chris had no way home but to join others as they put one foot in front of the other to make their way forward. Since that day, Chris has committed himself to empowering and motivating fellow Americans to keep taking steps forward, no matter what life throws their way.
Chris has spent the last decade serving as the co-founder and chairman of the national nonprofit SoldierStrong, which is dedicated to helping military veterans take their next steps forward. SoldierStrong carries out its mission by providing revolutionary medical technology to VA medical centers, including exoskeleton suits to help paralyzed veterans walk again and virtual reality equipment to help treat post-traumatic stress.
He also serves as an advisor on the President’s Roadmap to Empower Veterans and End a National Tragedy of Suicide (PREVENTS) task force. In this role, he shares a responsibility to raise awareness about mental health, facilitate research and define a plan to prevent suicide. In 2020, Chris launched ReachStrong, a nonprofit aimed at empowering all Americans to care for their overall well-being. Chris is also a financial services executive at S and P Global, Inc, in New York City. He and his wife, Christine, have three children.