C-10 Podcast: Rex and Jennifer Hudler, Ep. 107


Every couple of weeks you’ve been hearing more about the new book, “One Good Thing,” and, specifically, hearing from the remarkable people featured in the book. As we recorded the interviews for the book, we did so with the idea that they’d be used on this podcast.

(If you’d like more information about the book, you can go to OneGoodThingBook.com….or click on the link below.

So far in this occasional series, you’ve heard from Jeremiah Enna of The Culture House, Will Gurley, founder of the You Matter Festival, and Dr. Artrell Harris, the head of Christian Family Services.

This week you’re going to hear from Rex and Jennifer Hudler.

If you’re a baseball fan, you’ve likely heard the name Rex Hudler, particularly if you’re a fan of the Angels or the Royals. And if you’re familiar with Rex’s work, you know he’s an incredible energy-giver who has…well, has a certain way of saying things.

Well, whatever you know about Rex or think about Rex or any preconceived notions you have about him, throw them out the window.

About 26 years ago, Jennifer was pregnant, and the son that she had — Cade — was born with Down Syndrome.

And this interview is an incredible testimony to love. Love for your spouse and love for your kids. Incidentally, Rex and Jennifer are Christians — as is each other person in the book “One Good Thing” — so you’re going to hear about their faith journey and how that has played into their story.

What an incredible story it is.

We hope you enjoy it.



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