Your Hope-Filled Perspective Podcast
We are perpetually insecure people. We struggle with self-esteem, recognize our fallenness, and find that in spite of our sinfulness, God chooses to use us…if we let Him. God often steps into our lives and gives us an opportunity to be part of His story. No matter who you are or what your story is, God’s effective grace can resurrect your life and point to Jesus. Join me with Tamar Miller for how to receive God’s redeeming grace and live a life that glorifies him.
Do you have grown up or adult children? Have you felt that parenting adult children offers different opportunities and challenges than parenting young children? What about the challenges of parenting wayward adult children or parenting adult children even when they choose a different path than you would have chosen for them? Join us for an insightful conversation about these unique challenges and opportunities with guest Mary DeMuth.
Lust is a man’s problem, right? Wrong. When we see lust as an exclusively male issue, it leaves women with nowhere to turn in their struggle. The statistics for women addicted to porn are staggering. Christian women are not immune. Jessica Harris made it her mission to break the silence, banish the shame, and bring women’s struggles into the light of God’s grace and forgiveness. Join us as we talk about how Christian women can overcome porn addiction and sexual shame.
Our thought life determines our whole life. The enemy wants us to feel defeated, rejected, and defenseless. But Jesus offers a truth that sets us free and when seized in a mind, has the power to transform us to a whole new way of living. The mind of Christ can change everything if you let it. Join me with Kelly Balarie as we talk about how to change your thinking and change your life.
Every TV show, YouTube channel, podcast, social media platform, News broadcast, and social media influencer—all strategically want one thing: your attention. How do we live purposefully while paying attention to the right things? Paul Angone and I talk about living purposefully in a busy chaotic world that’s clamoring for our attention.
Bad things happen. People wound us. Friends let us down. Trust issues with people can become trust issues with God. Scripture tells us to trust the Lord with all our hearts. But how do we do that? My guest, Joanna Weaver, invites you to embrace trust. She shares how to trust in the Lord with all your heart, relinquish control and put your hope in a forever-faithful Father–that’s the beautiful secret of unshakeable faith.
Do you ever find yourself falling into a trap of thinking negative thoughts? Have you ever wondered how to control your negative thoughts? It is possible, and that’s what my guest, Tracy Taris, and I talk about in this episode: how to stop negative thoughts.
Have you or someone you love been diagnosed with cancer? Are you wondering how to pray for yourself or a loved one battling cancer? Then stick around, and consider sharing this episode with someone in the battle because today we’re going to be talking about how to pray when battling cancer. My husband and I, as well as today’s guest, Niki Hardy, have all been through this, and we’ve had many friends and loved ones on the cancer journey. Even if you haven’t been given a cancer diagnosis, you know someone who has so I hope today’s episode will encourage you.
The world is full of women who have been hurt, neglected, rejected, or abandoned by their father. They may feel like every aspect of their life is affected by that broken trust caused by father wounds. Even their relationship with God can feel tenuous, but there is hope. Join me on the podcast as I talk with Kia Stephens about how to exchange father wounds for God’s perfect love.
We’ve all heard the term “prodigal child,” and there’s even a popular show called “Prodigal son.” But what exactly constitutes a prodigal child? And perhaps even more important than semantics, how do we win back a prodigal child, teen, or young adult? In this episode, I talk with Laine Lawson Craft about a battle plan to win back a prodigal child, teen, or young adult.