'Tell Me A Story' with Jim Mendoza

Hope (Episode 12)

In this episode of Tell Me a Story, we take a look at how some Hawaii residents are providing hope to those in need.

Active (Episode 11)

In this episode, we take a look how some people are staying active during the pandemic.

Helping (Episode 10)

In episode 10 of Tell Me a Story, we take a look at how some people are helping their communities during the pandemic.

Surviving (Episode 9)

In episode 8 of Tell Me a Story, we take a look at a Big Island company called “HawaiiVerse,” which is helping other businesses stay alive by providing free advertising.

Talent (Episode 8)

While the pandemic has put a halt to many indoor and outdoor activities, many people are still finding ways to showcase their unique talents.

Adapting (Episode 7)

A lot of us are being forced to adapt right now amid the COVID-19 pandemic - and it’s not easy.

The New Normal (Episode 6)

In the sixth episode of “Tell me a Story with Jim Mendoza,” Jim focuses on “the new normal” we are all facing amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Classroom (Episode 5)

In the fifth episode, Jim shares one teacher’s incredible and inspiring lesson plan that has received the attention of the Grammy awards.

Instinct (Episode 4)

In exploring instinct, Mendoza shares the story of a judo coach who teaches teenagers that a powerful tool to protect themselves is built into their bodies.

Transition (Episode 3)

To highlight the significant of transition in our lives, Mendoza tells the story of a special seamstress who honors grieving families by sewing burial clothes for infants.

Endurance (Episode 2)

In the second episode Jim tells one mother’s incredible story of endurance. She is running across America to raise awareness for an organization that honors fallen military service men and women.

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