Category Archives: Interviews

Man on a Mission: An Interview with Don Schoendorfer (Part Four)

In this fourth and final installment of my interview with Free Wheelchair Mission President and Founder Don Schoendorfer, Don talks about giving up his career for a vocation, what it means to surrender, and how FWM is finding new ways … Continue reading

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Man on a Mission: An Interview with Don Schoendorfer (Part Three)

We are inundated in the media 24/7 with horror stories – with news programming, features, and headlines that overwhelmingly emphasize the bad news in day-to-day human experience. But – thankfully – this is not the whole story. There are many people and organizations … Continue reading

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Man on a Mission: An Interview with Don Schoendorfer (Part Two)

In Part One of my interview with Free Wheelchair Mission President and Founder Don Schoendorfer, Don discussed his career ambitions as an inventor determined to come up with biomedical engineering solutions that he hoped would reap him huge financial rewards. … Continue reading

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Man on a Mission: An Interview with Don Schoendorfer (Part One)

Free Wheelchair Mission is a humanitarian organization that has, to date, distributed over 800,000 wheelchairs free-of-charge to the poorest of the poor around the world. These wheelchairs have been given out in 91 different countries to those who otherwise could … Continue reading

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An Interview With Billy Joel – March 25, 1996

The following events occurred in March of 1996.  I was 23 years old at the time, had graduated from Penn State nearly two years earlier, and was living in Nashville and pursuing my dream of being a professional singer/songwriter.  Billy … Continue reading

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One Man vs. Unimaginable Human Suffering

What if 300,000 people had suddenly been wiped out by a natural disaster here in the U.S., and countless more (say, over a million) been rendered homeless?  What if there was no infrastructure for treating those with serious medical needs, … Continue reading

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Mr. Hollander’s Opus: An Ironman At 80

“It’s one step after another, you know, and you just keep going.  And that’s what life is.  One little barrier they keep throwin’…Somebody upstairs just keeps throwing these barriers in front of you, and you just keep hopping over them, … Continue reading

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