In this week’s episode of Breaking Battlegrounds, we’re honored to feature Aaron Murphy, a social media sensation whose journey in South America ignited a powerful mission against poverty. Overcoming personal struggles, Aaron’s act of selflessness during lockdowns sparked a movement, inspiring donations to aid impoverished families. Explore the impact of MurphsLife Foundation in creating food farms, toy factories, shelters, and schools in El Salvador. Following Aaron’s inspiring narrative, join Judge John Kralik, renowned for ‘365 Thank Yous’ and ‘A Simple Act of Gratitude.’ His journey, born from a New Year’s resolution to express daily gratitude, unfolded through transformative books. Later in the episode, Pastor Carl Wimmer delves into the biblical perspective on gratitude, offering spiritual insights. It’s a power-packed show delving into personal missions, transformative gratitude, and insightful perspectives. Don’t miss this episode of Breaking Battlegrounds—it’s one you won’t want to miss!
About our guests
Aaron Murphy is a social media sensation who transformed his journey in South America into a mission to combat poverty. Overcoming personal struggles, he immersed himself in the region, learning languages and understanding the socio-economic landscape. His act of selflessness during the lockdowns sparked a movement, inspiring donations to aid impoverished families.
After a particularly bad 2007, lawyer and Judge John Kralik decided to start 2008 with a serious New Year’s resolution: to be thankful for the good things and people in his life. So he spent the next year writing one thank you note for each day — to family, friends, co-workers, even the barista at his local Starbucks. Those notes make up his new book, 365 Thank Yous: The Year A Simple Act of Daily Gratitude Changed My Life.