Sistas in Zion Radio: Let’s Start Something Stupid w/ Richie Norton + Melissa Carpenter talks Sister Missionaries

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This week on Sistas in Zion Radio:

Richie Norton says it’s ok to start something stupid!

Richie Norton doesn’t want to regret a day in his life! After he and his wife experienced the loss of a child, a tragedy that shook their family to the core, he learned to live in a way that helped him lean into his fears, make a difference and live without regret. Richie is the author of the upcoming book, The Power of Starting Something Stupid, as well as the popular ebook and audio book, Resumes Are Dead and What to Do About It. Above all, Richie is happily married to his beautiful wife Natalie and loves their four boys.
Melissa Carpenter shares the collective voice of Mormon Sister Missionaries.

Melissa Carpenter served an LDS mission in El Salvador and is the author of Eighteen Months: Sister Missionaries in the Latter Days, a collection of essays written by women about their experiences as Mormon missionaries. In addition to being an author, Melissa is also an educator and mother. She has thirteen years of teaching experience in the areas of ESL, Adult Basic Education, college composition, and developmental English. Currently, she works for Mesa Community College as the Project Director for the Foundations for Student Success/Title III grant funded by the U.S. Department of Education. She has a bachelor’s degree in English from Brigham Young University and a Master’s degree in Comparative Literature from Arizona State University. She lives in Arizona with her husband and three children.