EP13: The mental health impact of the pandemic, rioting & forced online learning


In this episode, Dr. Josh discusses the multiple impacts of the pandemic, everything from the implication for our mental health, as well as the riots and the forced transition to online learning for students.

EP12: Take a Trip to See a Direct Primary Care Doctor

Dr. Luke visits his personal Direct Primary Care (DPC) Doctor to have a minor procedure, fluid removed from his elbow, but along the way shares the benefits of being a member of a DPC practice and how it can help you spend less on healthcare. Learn how convenient and affordable DPC membership can be for your family.

EP11: World Champion CC Sabathia Shares His Weight Loss Journey

Dr. Luke talks keto tips and finds out how former Yankees pitcher and World Champion @CC_Sabathia lost more than 30 pounds at the start of the pandemic.

EP10: Negotiating a $134,00 Hospital Bill Down to $34,000- With Chris Faddis

Solidarity Healthshare @SolidarityHS Founder Chris Faddis drops more knowledge on the power of cost – one of the Ten Free Tips to Spend Less on Healthcare.

EP09: Creating a Healthcare Sharing Community From the Ground Up- With Chris Faddis

@SolidarityHS Founder Chris Faddis shares how he created a healthcare sharing community from the ground up, and how his wife’s terminal cancer diagnosis opened his eyes to the power of healthcare sharing communities.

EP08: Triathlon Training: Moving Physical, Spiritual and Mental Mountains

On the final episode of the 3 part series of Spend Less, Live Well, @Friendschurchyl pastor and triathlete Jay Hewitt joins @JoshLuke4Health on Spend Less, Live Well and shares the motivating factor that drove him to decide to train for a triathlon.

EP07: Paying for a Million Dollar Procedure- With Jay Hewitt

On part 2 of the 3 part series of Spend Less, Live Well with @JoshLuke4Health, @Friendschurchyl pastor and triathlete Jay Hewitt he shares how he handled paying for a procedure that cost in excess of $1million when he would have rather been focused on his health then how to pay for it!

Bonus Episode 2: Continuing the Conversation About Opportunity and Equality- With Jerome Facione Sr.


Jerome Facione Sr. returns to the program for a conversation about equality and opportunity. Jerome talks about the acronym REDEMPTION which he created and explains what each letters stands for.
About Jerome: Mr. Jerome Facione is currently in his 20th year as an instructor at Bellarmine College Preparatory located in San Jose, Ca where he teacher United States History and African American Studies, he also has spent the last 20 years coaching two freshmen basketball teams. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in African American Studies from the University of Hawaii-Hilo. He and his wife Cassandra reside in Santa Clara, Ca with their 7 children.

Bonus Episode: A Conversation About Opportunity and Equality- With Jerome Facione


In this bonus episode, Dr. Josh is joined by his friend Jerome Facione, as they discuss the protests that are happening across the United States in the wake of the murder of George Floyd in Minnesota. Jerome shares a powerful social media post that he wrote about what it will take to create real change, and shares his perspective on the differing responses to the murder and the protests.

About Jerome: Mr. Jerome Facione is currently in his 20th year as an instructor at Bellarmine College Preparatory located in San Jose, Ca where he teaches United States History and African American Studies, he also has spent the last 20 years coaching two freshmen basketball teams. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology with a minor in African American Studies from the University of Hawaii-Hilo. He and his wife Cassandra reside in Santa Clara, Ca with their 7 children.

EP06: Creating an Investment List Instead of a Bucket List- With Jay Hewitt


Part 1 of the 3 part series of Spend Less, Live Well on YouTube with @Friendschurchyl pastor and triathlete Jay Hewitt he discusses how he received the news of his terminal diagnosis and how he chose to create an investment list instead of a bucket list