Your Hope-Filled Perspective Podcast
We all want a peaceful Christmas, but, “life gets busy.” What if I told you that you really can let go of some of the anxiety and overwhelm of the holiday season with some simple ways to create a more peaceful holiday season? It’s true. In this episode, Scott and I share some strategies that we’ve implemented that help us maintain peace during the holidays.
Holidays are a busy time, and we experience an increase in stress, commitments, and chaos. But what we really want is to be able to experience the holiday joy while keeping our peace. In this episode, Scott and I discuss some practical ways to let go of anxiety and overwhelm so we can keep our peace during the holiday season.
In this episode, we sit down and talk with author and speaker, Tracie Miles, about trusting God in difficult times, and how to find joy in the hard times. Tracie has walked through several difficult valleys in recent years. She shares how she learned to cope and find joy again.
In this episode, I speak with Athena Dean Holtz about spiritual abuse. If you’ve ever been abused by someone in the church, been manipulated by the church, been under abusive authority within the church, or want to know how to avoid all the above, then this show is the perfect show for you.
If you have ever felt broken, worthless, or unable to be used by God, then this show is the perfect show for you. In this episode, I spoke with my friend, Suzie Eller, about how God can heal our broken places.
We all go through experiences that cause us to question, and sometimes even question God. If you have ever felt like God didn’t or couldn’t love you, then this episode is the perfect show for you. My guest, Wendy Blight, shares how to know and truly receive God’s love.
If you are the parent or relative of a special needs child, or support a friend who is, then today is the perfect show for you. In this episode, Misty Phillip shares how she and her husband found hope for parenting a child with special needs.
Misty offers insight for other parents with a child with special needs, as well as for how friends and family can support parents with a child with special needs.
Depression doesn’t occur in isolation—it impacts our spouses, our family, our friends, and others around us. Join us as we discuss how to help someone with depression. We discuss common signs & symptoms, helpful things to do, what to say, and what not to say.
If you have ever struggled with depression, or obsessive or compulsive tendencies, or you have a friend or loved one who has, then this show is the perfect show for you. It’s not uncommon to experience depression and OCD; in fact, our guest, W.R. Harris, has experienced both. Join us as Wes shares about the hope he found.
If you’ve ever felt prevented from living the life you expected or held back by a disability, then this is the perfect show for you. We’re talking with my friend, Carolyn Newell, about living with blindness and why she calls blindness a gift from God. She shares what it’s like to live with blindness in a sighted world, and how she maintains her hope despite the limitation it imposes.