In light of his new book, Truth Changes Everything, Dr. Jeff–along with Gary Schneeberger–explores the recent erosion of belief in truth and reminds us of historical figures who changed the world because truth matters.
About Gary Schneeberger
Gary Schneeberger’s three decades in journalism and public relations fuel his passion for, and success in, strategic marketing, communications and public speaking.
As founder and president of ROAR, Schneeberger draws on his executive and entertainment experience, ministry and media to help individuals and organizations engage audiences with the boldness and creative clarity that ensures they are heard. The ROAR team has earned clients coverage in hundreds of local and regional news outlets, plus national platforms from The New York Times to USA Today, Time to Sports Illustrated, NPR to the BBC and every major broadcast and cable TV network in your
He has advised Hollywood studios, global ministries and publishing houses. He has counseled and created communications platforms for authors, experts, speakers, coaches and consultants of every conceivable stripe, from some of the biggest names in movies and TV to true mom-and-pop shops.
He has an extensive track record as a spokesperson, appearing on the CBS Evening News, CNN This Morning, NPR and HLN, among dozens of others. He currently co-hosts the podcast Beyond the Crucible, which features interviews with a broad spectrum of guests who have endured devastating failures and setbacks and emerged to live lives of significance.
Schneeberger is a best-selling author and has spent more than 15 years as an award-winning reporter and editor for newspapers coast-to-coast. He and his wife, Kelly, live in Camp Lake, Wis., with their children, Alyssa and Hunter.