Karisa Moore lost her oldest son to suicide in 2014. In this episode, Karisa and I talk about finding hope after losing a loved one to suicide. Grief is a dance we don’t want, but we can grieve with hope. As a mental health professional, suicide is a topic we don’t talk about enough. When we don’t talk about it, the enemy uses it to keep us isolated, feeling alone, and in despair.
We all have those times when the stresses of this world seem overwhelming and we begin to wonder which side is up. When hard times come, we can overcome hopelessness by fixing our eyes on God’s promises rather than on personal circumstances. How do you do that? Sheryl Turner shares about a “truth tool” she uses to overcome hopelessness with hope.
In this episode, we talk about finding hope when it feels like you’re losing your mind. My guest today, Sheryl Turner, is a delivered drug addict, stage four cancer survivor and former widow. Once a hopeless dope fiend, she is now a dopeless hope-fiend. Love covers a multitude of sins over our lives.
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.
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.