Disappointment may bruise the bravest of souls, but it doesn’t have to define us. Doubt doesn’t have to paralyze us. Discover how our hard questions can become opportunities for Jesus to show us who He is. Join me with Angela Donadio as we talk about examples of doubt in the Bible and answer the question, “is doubting God a sin?”
Have you ever been in a hard place where grief and despair wash over you in waves? Maybe you’ve experienced relationship heartaches, received a devastating medical diagnosis or suffered a disaster in your finances. Whatever that hard place is for you, know that you are not alone. Grace Fox found renewed hope in the midst of grief and despair. She shares how you can as well with three eternal truths that helped restore her hope during a season of life’s hard places.
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.