On this exciting induction to the Insights & Influence archives, Dave Gordon interviews director and documentary filmmaker Paul Croshaw and family expert/author Sara Dimerman. Dimerman is the author of Am I a Normal Parent? (Hatherleigh Press, USA), Character Is the Key: How to Unlock the Best in Our Children and Ourselves (Wiley & Sons, Canada), and most recently How Can I Be Your Lover When I’m Too Busy Being Your Mother? (Simon and Schuster, Canada). She is a registered therapist and is the founder and director of the Parent Education and Resource Centre in Thornhill, Ontario.
Sara lives in the Greater Toronto Area with her husband and two daughters.
Paul Croshaw is a lifelong liberal activist and French film connoisseur-turned Christian conservative after listening to Dennis Prager on the radio for several years. His transition is chronicled in his film Baseball, Dennis and the French.
The documentary traces Dennis Prager’s influence on Paul’s journey from liberal activist and skeptic to a personal acceptance of Jesus. On Croshaw, Prager said he was “thrilled that this Jew has helped Paul find his Christian faith,” adding: “Only in America!”