Your Hope-Filled Perspective Podcast
Martin Luther said, “If you want to change the world, pick up a pen.” Every one of us has a story to tell that others need to hear. Today’s guest, Linda Gilden, is going to help us know if we’ve been called to write that story. She’ll also help us understand the different personality types and how they help us connect better with our readers. You have to know your reader’s personality to truly connect with them.
I was raised in the church. We were there every time the doors were open. But, not everyone is fortunate enough to grow up with a solid spiritual foundation. In this episode, we talk with Stephanie Rousselle who grew up an atheist before coming to know Christ in her young adult years. If you’ve ever prayed for someone to come to know Jesus as their personal savior, this guest’s story will encourage you.
Have you ever considered that our life is a series of doors? In this episode, Cindy LaFavre Yorks, helps unpack how to navigate God’s doors: the closed door, open door, side door, trap door, and locked door.
In this episode, we talk about the fact that no matter what we’re going through, God is always there, and He cares. My guest, Anne Peterson, knows pain and loss. She experienced miscarriage, the murder of her sister (a victim of domestic violence), the loss of two brothers within a short period of time, and the death of her 14-month old granddaughter to Trisomy 18. Yet, she still maintains her hope. Join us as she shares how she finds hope in the midst of grief.
Although we never want to think about it, life can change for any of us in an instant. My guest in this episode, Jennifer Eikenhorst, shares how on an ordinary day, her life changed in the most horrific way when she was involved in an accident that killed another individual. We never think something like that will happen to us. She shares the struggles that result after a moral injury, and how she continues to find hope despite being involved in an accidental death.
Life is busy, and we’ve got plenty to do for our families, our jobs, and our ministries. But if we’re not careful, burnout can ensue. In this episode, my guest, Patty Scott, and I talk about how to overcome overwhelm. Life is constantly shifting and it can be difficult to find God in the midst of the storm. It is important to find our footing and seek God even when we think we don’t have time.
We were created for a purpose. Have you ever wondered how to find your purpose, or what it even is? Our guest in this episode is expert Dr. Kris Reece. She’ll share practical tips for how to find and live a life of purpose including three ways God often reveals our purpose. He desires to reveal your purpose even more than you desire to fulfill it.
Have you ever experienced a trial so great it turned your entire life upside down, inside out, or left you wondering how long you had to live? In this week’s podcast, Robin Luftig recounts her story of her diagnosis of a brain tumor and the next ten days that ensued from diagnosis to surgery. She shares the real-life questions, fears, and other emotions she battled as she faced the very real possibility that the tumor or the treatment could claim her life.
Am I taking care of my body the way God wants me to? In this podcast, personal trainer Amy Connell, shares hope for healthy living. What we eat and the way we move our body doesn’t have to be perfect. We can approach our health with a spirit of grace.
No one likes to be around negative people who grumble and complain. Overcoming grumbling and complaining is not impossible! Our guest in this podcast episode, Tricia Goyer, shares how she and her family pursued the grumble-free year! Tricia teaches us how in this episode. You don’t want to miss this! Gratitude is one of the best tactics. #podcast #gratitude #grumbling