(DOUG JESSOPJESSOP’S JOURNAL) What is the most important thing to people worldwide? My answer would be “family.” This week’s episode of Jessop’s Journal focuses on a group of people that have been serving families in some of their most vulnerable times. Primary Children’s Hospital is celebrating 100 years of providing healthcare to the most precious of people – children.

It’s my honor to share powerful, positive and inspirational stories and music every week on TV and streaming worldwide. Hit the play button to watch the 2-minute preview of this week’s Jessop’s Journal that will air Sunday morning at 10 on ABC4 TV.

As seen on Good Things Utah, here is a 2-minute preview episode of Jessop’s Journal “The Children – First & Always” that airs Sunday morning at 10 on ABC4 TV. Jessop’s Journal is a collection of “Powerful, Positive & Inspirational Stories” that airs on ABC4 Utah and worldwide at JessopsJournal.com

Today we are focusing on a theme of “the children, first and always” …here’s a quick preview of what we have in store for you Sunday morning at 10 on ABC4 TV.

Did you know that there is children’s hospital that is celebrating 100 years of service – Katy Welkie is Registered Nurse as well as the CEO of Primary Children’s Hospital – Happy Birthday! To the hospital, not Katy.

Music Therapy is a big deal at Primary Children’s hospital. We share Gerold’s story plus Eliana Rivera and Mackenzie Mondek entertains us.

Children want to be loved for who they are including their differences but more of their similarities – we visit with twin brothers Arthur and Ben.

Sometimes we forget all the things we have to be thankful for. I’m thankful for the “Thankful Stories.”

Knowledge is power. Dr. Per Gesteland has designed something called Germwatch to let people know “what’s going around” when it comes to infectious diseases.

Objects with Stories are Treasures Remembered. Janet DeWolfe shares artifacts from a worldwide program where children donated their shiny pennies to help other children.

Let’s start off the birthday celebration it off with a doctor that is healing hearts…for real. Dr. Robert Gray…


Consider this your personal invitation to watch this entire episode of Jessop’s Journal and share it with someone that enjoys powerful, positive and inspirational story. Jessop’s Journal airs Sunday mornings at 10 on ABC4 TV and you can watch on-demand at JessopsJournal.com.

Everyone has a story. I strongly feel that “stories have power”. Chances are that if you are going through something, that someone else probably has as well. The shared experiences we humans have can help each other. That my friend makes the point that stories “help us understand each other.”

You don’t have to agree with everyone, but in my opinion, if people would take more time getting to knowing more about others and where they are coming from, we just might find out that we have more similarities than differences.

Jessop’s Journal is something special when it comes to broadcast news. I have the honor of being able to do longer in-depth interviews that you don’t normally see with people from all walks of life. A big shout out goes to my collaborator, Ed Wilets, who does a great job as my videographer/editor for all my stories.

Everyone has a Story. Stories have Power. They help us Understand each other. With another entry into Jessop’s Journal I’m Doug Jessop

Jessop’s Journal is a collection of Powerful, Positive and Inspirational Stories made possible by the generous support of Tatt2Away, XLEAR, Millcreek Gardens and LIFE Never Boring.

Doug Jessop
For Doug Jessop, it all started with a cassette recorder he got for Christmas when he was 12 years old growing up in Southern California. Doug interviewed relatives, friends and anyone else that might have a good story. You can follow Doug at www.DougJessop.com, on YouTube.com/DougJessop, and @DougJessopNews on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.

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