I’ve spent the bulk of my career as a neuropsychologist teaching about the importance of our thoughts and our words. It’s not much of a surprise that many of the podcast episodes we’ve aired touch on the importance of our thought life. In this episode, I’m sharing snippets of favorite interviews on our thought life and the words we speak to celebrate the 2-year anniversary of the Your Hope-Filled Perspective podcast.
In this episode, Christine Carter of Weight Loss Hero and I talk about her weight loss journey and the hope we have for a healthy body, mind and soul. We’ll also discuss what we can do to take control of areas of our life that are holding us back. Through Christine’s business she coaches people looking to sustain a healthier lifestyle. Her own weight-loss journey of 150+ pounds has been highlighted on multiple media sites, including fitnessmagazine.com, thetodayshow.com, and popculture.com. Christine encourages her Weight Loss Hero tribe daily and teaches from the core principle that in order to achieve lasting change in your body you must first transform your mind.
Will your anchor hold in the storms of life? In this episode, we’re talking about how to stay anchored in a storm and flourish instead of sink. Joining me is my friend, Cynthia Cavanaugh, author of Anchored: Leading Through the Storms.
In this episode, Suzie Eller and I discuss some truths that just might change everything you thought you knew about joy. I so relate to my guest today because she has experienced one incredibly painful trial after another, and yet through it, she has come to savor the sweet aroma of her Savior walking with her in those trials.
Sometimes hope isn’t really lost, it just gets buried under the emotional rubble. In this episode, we’re talking about how to find hope when things aren’t as they seem. My guest, Lori Boruff, has been at the place where she felt hopeless, but then found the true source of hope, and has learned that even when life is difficult, things aren’t always what they seem.
This is my birthday week, and in this episode, I wanted to give back to you, our faithful listener. In this episode, I focus on the lies that we often believe and truths from the Bible about our identity. It’s so important to know what God says about us and believe it over the lies of the enemy. I also share the impetus for my daily social media “Today is a good day…” devotions.