Your Hope-Filled Perspective Podcast
Paying attention to our thought life is important! As a neuropsychologist, I can tell you we have between 50-70,000 thoughts a day. That’s a lot of taking thoughts captive but so worth it. If you have ever struggled with your thought life, then join me today with my guest, Sarah Geringer, and learn about changing your thoughts and transforming your life.
If you’ve ever felt like God gave you direction and maybe even a path to take but then life didn’t look like you expected or desired, then this episode is the perfect show for you. We can maintain our hope even when life doesn’t go or doesn’t look like we expected it to. Join me with my friend, Abby McDonald, who shares with us how she finds hope in Christ in the midst of life’s messes and struggles.
It’s a common phenomenon. Once the holidays are over, we often feel deflated and can’t find our joy. In this podcast, join us as we talk about SAD Seasonal Affective Disorder or the winter blues. We share tips and resources that will make a difference and help mitigate its effect.
Have you ever struggled with comparing yourself to others? Or, wishing you were someone else? Comparison is the thief of joy. Join me with my guest, Richella Parham, as we talk about the trap of the comparison cycle, its effect on us, and how we find freedom.
If you have ever failed at accomplishing a New Year’s resolution and then felt bad about yourself, then this is the perfect episode for you. The New Year always seems to impose a “re-set,” if you will, on our lives, and often it brings with it the expectation of life-altering changes in the form of resolutions which days later have a tendency to usher in feelings of defeat and failure. But that doesn’t have to be. In this podcast episode, Scott and I will discuss some healthy alternatives to the fateful New Year’s resolution.
If you have ever questioned who you are, what your purpose is, or how God views you, then this show is the perfect show for you. Join me with my guest, Holley Gerth, as we talk about walking in our true identity in Christ.
Holley helps us understand some of the most common lies we believe, where these lies come from, and how to replace these lies with life-giving truth about our true identity in Christ.
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.