"Hope is a belief that my future can be better than my past, and I can play a significant role to make it better."
"Remain faithful to what you know."
"It’s not only okay to ask for help, it’s absolutely necessary to ask for help."
"I believe America is a shining example of the great good people can be together when principles and integrity guide our actions. And it can be a sobering example of the great harm people can do to each other when those principles are ignored, mocked, or disintegrated."
"The principle still remains, as does the choice."
In this episode of Shaping the Future Podcast, Gregg Kell interviews Joel Rude, the executive director of Alpine Camp and Conference Center.
This episode is much more than just how to run a business properly; it is about how to enhance the lives of others through your outreach. Joel talks about the core of Alpine Camp and just how sticking to the core mission of Alpine helps change lives for the better.
[01:47] Joel’s passion for the camping ministry because camp changes lives
[03:16] The science of hope and how that may impact people who really need it
[05:22] The trials Joel went through when shifting from one job to another that prepared him to be a more empathetic person
[08:15] Alpine’s focus on building from their core and how it reflects the original purpose of the camp
[17:13] Joel’s concentration on details to enhance the hospitality of Alpine Camp