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My podcast has you in mind. The varied content ranges from news, social issues, and perspectives of experts who may have particularly insightful views and give clarity on what is happening around us.

Our content is intended for a general audience—just like a newspaper or magazine that has sections for various people hoping that they will also read the areas where they may have a lesser interest.  So, follow your interests and discover new ones.

I want our discussions to lead to a deepening of your faith and service to others as well as well as greater purpose and meaning to your life.  

I call my podcast The Kubik Report so that it will be easy to remember and find. Just type those words into any browser address bar—and there we are!

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Tuesday May 02, 2023

Roman Grynishyn is Founder and CEO of World to Rebuild Rural Ukraine.  Much of Ukraine is devasted and hurting from the brutal by Russia that began Feb 24, 2022.  This has affected all strata of society, not the least family farmers.  Ukraine is an incredibly rich land agriculturally (and other ways.  600 million people rely on food produced in Ukraine, many by family farmers.   The Russian invasion has destroyed homes, farm equipment and has mined the fields.   
You can learn more about WRRU
Check out the LifeNets War Blog at
Previous podcast on April 28, 2022

Monday May 01, 2023

In this personal conversation with my nephew Colin Kubik we talk about his life's journey that has brought him through Ukraine where he has found the roots from his grandparents.  He will be graduating from University on July 1, 2023.  His days are concerned about possible rocket attacks.  He works as a stand-up comedian and being a rare international student at the University.  You will learn interesting things from this candid interview.  

Sunday Apr 09, 2023

Christianity, oftentimes amongst skeptics, is made out to be nothing more than a fairytale but, in reality, Christianity is the most well-evidenced belief in existence. No other faith has as much proof of its accuracy than Christianity and the cumulative case becomes impossible to stand up against when faced honestly. Join us on Truth Be Told as we discuss the rationality and evidence of Christianity with theologian, apologist, and cold-case detective, J. Warner Wallace of Cold Case Christianity.If you have doubts about your faith or don't have answers to certain skeptic's attacks, don't be shaken, there are answers. If you are a skeptic, ask yourself if you've honestly evaluated the claims and evidence of Christianity. It takes strength and courage to look your world view in the face and see if it holds up to scrutiny. Christians, take heart and skeptics, take courage! The truth of Christianity stands strong through it all.Cold Case Christianity: Email:
J. Warner Wallace Photo By Mmmaardvark - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0,

Saturday Mar 25, 2023

Carol Emerson Hill and I, who have both officially "retired," discuss how we personally have fared through this transition.  In our careers we have counselled many people about retirement and now have to go through it ourselves. 
Carol's credentials are stellar as she worked in aspects of career management. Here are just some of her skills and experience:
Senior Consultant, Career Management, Executive Coach | Career Coach | Resume & Interview   Consultant, Career & Retirement Management, Executive Coach | Career Coach | Resume & Interview Coaching.
Right Management, global leader in talent and career management workforce solutions within Manpower Right Management, global leader in talent and career management
Senior Career Consultant, Career Management, Silicon Valley 2011- 2019.
Carol can be reached at 
You will find this personal discussion insightful and thoughtful. 

Friday Mar 17, 2023

We all suffer. For some the pain of sickness, injustice, failed relationships and losses is unbearable.  Why do we have to go through this...even as a Christian?  
At this season of the year when we focus on the Suffering of Jesus Christ, what can we learn to be victorious and understand what it's all about.  I explain this in this week's podcast. 

Tuesday Mar 14, 2023

Part 3 of the Servant-Leadership group of podcasts.  
Last time we discussed what Servant looks like in an organization. Then we compared and contrasted some of the differences in a servant-leadership culture verses an autocratic culture. Today we will answer a few questions prompted by our previous podcasts and then discuss some well-known organizations that practice servant-leadership. 

Wednesday Mar 08, 2023

Dr. Lilya Wagner and her husband John have been supporters and mentors of LifeNets since 1999.  Lilya Wagner was Associate Director Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy in Indianapolis, IN.  She has also worked for a global development organization in Washington D.C. where she and her husband live.  Her husband John has been President of Union College in Lincoln, Nebraska.  
Lilya was born in Estonia. She has written a several books focusing on Philanthropy.  Her first book To Linger is to Die is about her parents escape from Soviet-occupied Estonia near the end of World War II.   We talk about this story in our podcast.  
This book is out of print, but she will happily email you a PDF of it.  Please request it at
You can see slides of Estonia that go along with this book including map of the escape route at
Here is a map their escape route from Estonia to Germany. of 

Friday Mar 03, 2023

In part one Dr. Roy Fouch and I talk about delusions in the context of mental health.  Here we discuss delusions from a spiritual perspective.  The Bible predicts that deception would deceive the whole world.  The Bible also instructs us on how to know the truth and be protected from lies.
Be sure to listen to Part One of this two part program.

Wednesday Mar 01, 2023

Andy Lee and Victor Kubik talk about how we consume information.   At one time it was a newspaper and TV.   Now, there are many more sources.  What's the best way to stay informed and not waste time.  We candidly discuss a continually changing phenomenon that involves you, your phone, Internet, TV and maybe things still printed on paper such as books and newspapers. 

Monday Feb 27, 2023

The pandemic, which affected the whole world, became a time of fear, mistrust, misinformation and spawned numerous conspiracy theories. These theories are in areas such as environmental, geo-political, racial, and ethnic, just to mention a few. Today, individuals have banned together to form groups that promote these beliefs and have acted out these beliefs.
Hate groups like white supremacy groups and anti-government groups are increasing in numbers. What is behind all these activities?
Hear Dr. Roy Fouch, Licensed Professional Clinical Counselor for over 45 years discuss delusions which is a false belief or judgement about an external reality, held despite incontrovertible evidence to the contrary.

Friday Feb 24, 2023

Dan Deininger and Dustin Reed of Helena, Montana talk about how they are using Chat GPT right now.   This is an exploding phenomenon that is changing how we communicate and think.  Hear our discussion of early adopters. 

Sunday Feb 12, 2023

The Ukrainian city of Dnipro lying on the river with the same name was struck by a Russian missile on January 14, 2023.  Many died, including children as the missile struck a high-rise apartment building home to 1700 residents.  
What is happening to Ukrainian civilians is similar to wartime atrocities by the Nazi's in World War II 
My podcast is based on a string of social media posts by Vlad Yurishko reporting the trauma of that day.  

Wednesday Feb 08, 2023

Today I’m featuring a podcast by fellow podcaster Micah Gunn.  He interviews Todd Nettleton, Chief of Media relations for Voice of the Martyrs who speaks about persecuted Christians….and I mean REALLY PERSECUTED Christians.  
I have been receiving the Voice of the Martyrs magazine for years and have attended one of their general conferences in Indianapolis, Indiana.  I admire them for their courage….sometimes costing them their life. 
It reminds me of what some Christians have had to go through in biblical times to prove their faith. 
All across the world, and increasingly in western nations, Christianity is facing heavy persecution. Voice of the Martyrs is an organization dedicated to assisting the persecuted in furthering the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the Kingdom of God in hostile nations.
In this interview Micah Gunn talks with Todd Nettleton about some of these persecuted people he's come in contact with, the concept of persecution in general, and what our takeaway should be as Christians who aren't currently facing heavy persecution.
While Christians persecuted in faraway nations might seem distant and disunified from us in western civilization, it doesn't have to be that way. We all might have different beliefs on doctrine, but they can still provide excellent examples of standing up for your faith when it's difficult. This is a lesson that all who claim to follow Christ will need to learn as the world at large turns more and more hostile towards any sort of Christianity.
Voice of the Martyrs Website:
I encourage you to listen to more podcasts from Micah Gunn at his Truth Be Told podcast
Truth Be Told Email:

Wednesday Feb 01, 2023

Micah Gunn and I talk about the basics of Apologetics.  Where is it mentioned in the Bible?   How it can help you understand the Bible as well as theories.   
Micah has his own Podcast at TRUTH BE TOLD.
You can reach Micah at

Wednesday Feb 01, 2023

Greg Thomas and I discuss the contrast between servant and autocratic styles of leadership.  This is part two of a a three episodes on Servant Leadership.  This is our seventh podcast overall.   
Through YouTube our first six podcasts have attracted over 25,000 listeners.  The highest individual one so far has been the preceding podcast on servant leadership which has resulted in 5668 viewers and has given the Leaership Excellence channel 54 new subscribers. 
Visit Greg Thomas's website at
Be sure to subscribe to his YouTube channel by typing "leadershipexcellence" in the search box.

Monday Jan 30, 2023

My brother Oleh and I talk about our Ukrainian roots, our parents coming to American.  Oleh presents interesting first-hand stories about our current work in Ukraine and gives historical and current insights into what is going on the tragedy in Ukraine.  We enjoyed making this podcast and hope that you will enjoy listening to it! 
We talk about us growing up in a Ukrainian home where we learned to speak Ukrainian and be tied closely to the culture of our parents at the same time as growing up as Americans.  Oleh gives some very personal insights into what is going on in the lives of so many right now in Ukraine.

Thursday Jan 19, 2023

Today my guest is Dr. Richard Berendt from Edmonton, Alberta.  He is consulting pathologist, at Cross Cancer Institute in Edmonton AB.  He is also an elder in the United Church of God.
He and his colleagues were awarded the 2022 HQCA (Health Quality Council of Alberta) Patient Experience Award. 
We have been talking about the topic of TRUTH for some time.  Seeking, identifying, and sharing what is true – in any discipline or walk of life. 
He gave an address to a congregation in Edmonton.  When I listened to it I told said to myself:  Dr. Berendt summarized extremely effectively. Most likely better than we could do in an interview.  So, I am sharing a major part of his message with you.  
I’m sure you’ll find this presentation thought provoking, insightful and relevant in the times we live.

Sunday Jan 15, 2023

Episode #40. 
Gerhard Marx,  longtime elder, writer, teacher and friend and I talk about our lives going back more than 55 years when I attended Ambassador College in Bricket Wood, Hertfordshire, 30 miles north of London.  Gerhard Marx comments about his experiences, his 55 year marriage to Diana who died three years ago and his thoughts about his life and career.

Monday Jan 09, 2023

Today leadership consultant Greg Thomas speaks about Servant Leadership.  This is a style of Leadership that appeared in the 1970's and has been practiced over a wide spectrum of enterprises. 
We had finished covering the 12 Principles of Personal Leadership in the previous five podcasts.  Now we move on to a new level.
Making Life's Puzzle Pieces Fit is available on Amazon on Amazon.  We will be continuing through all the Pieces in this series of podcasts. 
We invite comments and suggestions at   
Visit Greg Thomas's websites at 
Be sure to subscribe to his YouTube channel by typing "leadershipexcellence" in the search box.  

Thursday Jan 05, 2023

Andy Lee and I talk about the subject of discerning TRUTH in our time.  What determines what you consider to be Truth?  Is it just facts?  What are other factors that come into play?  We should not bear false witness, but we should also not fall for false witness. 
Listen here to gain more insight in how to sort through the volume of confusing and contradictory data we are confronted with daily.  How do we determine what is true?
Andy Lee who is a Partner and Quality Leader for Tax Practices in the U.S. with Ernst & Young, one of the Big Four Accounting Firms.  He is also elder in the United Church of God.

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