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The Shepherd's Pie - Teens & Common Ground

  In this episode, Antony Barone Kolenc interviews author and screenwriter Amanda Lauer about how teens can find common ground in conflict with those who are different from them, and he reviews the award-winning teen novel, "The Perfect Blindside," by Leslea Wahl. Credits: A.J. Kolenc, original music; Amina Kolenc, graphic design

The Shepherd's Pie - Faith, Anxiety & Youth

  In this episode, Antony Barone Kolenc interviews author and editor Amanda Cleary Eastep about how anxiety in young people can be addressed through faith and fiction, and his guest reviewer Carrie Schmidt reviews the anxiety-focused teen novel, "Escape from the Everglades," by Tim Shoemaker. Credits: A.J. Kolenc, original music; Amina Kolenc, graphic design

The Shepherd's Pie - Teens and Pro-Life Issues

  In this episode, Antony Barone Kolenc interviews attorney Clarke Forsythe from Americans United for Life, a pro-life advocacy group, about the importance of the abortion issue to teens, and he reviews the pro-life movie, "October Baby." Credits: A.J. Kolenc, original music; Amina Kolenc, graphic design

The Shepherd's Pie - Of Arks and Beads

  In this episode, Antony Barone Kolenc interviews author and homeschooler Janeen Zaio about creative ways to translate history and theology to our youth, and he reviews the teen novel, "A Single Bead," by Stephanie Engelman. Credits: A.J. Kolenc, original music; Amina Kolenc, graphic design

The Shepherd's Pie - Faith and Public School

  In this episode, Antony Barone Kolenc interviews attorney Mike Berry from the First Liberty Institute about legal issues involving teen expression of faith in public high school, and he reviews "God's Not Dead 2," a movie about a Christian teacher in a public high school who is put on trial for discussing Jesus in the classroom. Credits: A.J. Kolenc, original music; Amina Kolenc, graphic design

The Shepherd's Pie - Cultural Heritage and Youth

  In this episode, Antony Barone Kolenc interviews author and teacher Carmela Martino about the importance of culture and heritage to our youth, and he reviews the Lin Manuel Miranda movie-musical, "In the Heights." Credits: A.J. Kolenc, original music; Amina Kolenc, graphic design