22Tango with Linda Sutton

I was recently interviewed about the Biblical roles of men and women on Linda Sutton‘s 22Tango Show. Linda is an international performing and recording artist, a trainer, inspirational speaker, instructor, as well as an expert in world dance and cultural art forms, and a healthy lifestyle spokesperson. She has extensive experience in designing and facilitating cultural entertainment for diverse audiences of all ages. One of Linda’s favorite quotes, written by Maya Angelou is “Everything in the universe has a rhythm, everything dances.”

Linda’s new podcast series focuses on relationships. She sees the rhythm of dance as a metaphor for relationships, and has the unique ability to translate this dynamic through the lens and practice of tango. I’ve had the pleasure of hearing her expand on this analogy, and have found it so very fitting for God’s design for healthy relationships. Click on the graphic to link to these podcasts.

As a Believer, Linda is able to reach a large, secular audience with the truth of the Word through radio, blogs, podcasts, and television. I am honored to have been a guest on 22Tango. May the Good News go out to the lost and hurting through the airwaves created by the Holy One. May not only human relationships be healed through Linda’s faithfulness to her call, but may people find the ultimate Relationship with the Leader and King of of the Universe.

My interview is in the link below (both podcast and YouTube).

Back To The Beginning: Understanding The Hebraic Roots Of The Roles Of Man And Woman With Kisha Gallagher


Or listen on Apple Podcasts by clicking here.

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  1. starlaakers4809

    Thanks for sharing! This was a great interview! Starla

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