POP GOD POPcast: Episode 15 – Ron and Kathleen Jones

slide.001Welcome to Episode 15 of the POP GOD POPcast – an exploration into the lives of people seeking God in the present tense.

This week’s guests are Ron and Kathleen Jones. Ron and Kathleen are the founders of the Columbia County Ballet. We sit down to chat  about their premiere original production “The Roar Of Love”. “The Roar Of Love” is a ballet retelling of C.S. Lewis’ classic tale “The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe” and the annual performance is an Augusta tradition. For 29 years the Columbia County Ballet has mounted the show, starting in the Bon Air ballroom and moving up to the Bell Auditorium. Ron and Kathleen share a host of memories, struggles, and triumphs of a career in dance. We talk about traveling the world, going up against the Disney legal team, the importance of dance in today’s world, and so much more. Enjoy this deeper look inside the life of two unique artists truly seeking God in the present tense.

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