Welcome to The Hope Podcast!

Expect to hear conversations that will fill you with hope and refresh your vision for your life no matter what season of life you’re in.

The podcast releases on Thursdays. Subscribe to iTunes to access the episodes or download the Living With Power app.

Welcome to The Hope Podcast!

Expect to hear conversations that will fill you with hope and refresh your vision for your life no matter what season of life you’re in.

The podcast releases on Thursdays. Subscribe to iTunes to access the episodes or download the Living With Power app.


MOST RECENT EPISODES

Episode 51: The Four Most Dangerous Words in the New Testament

Most of us never expect it, never see it coming, or are too proud to admit that we might begin to drift. But following Jesus at a distance is a dangerous place to be that ultimately reveals what’s really in our heart.

On today’s episode of The Hope Podcast listen to a message I recently gave at a church from Luke 22.54-65: The Four Most Dangerous Words in the New Testament. I believe it’s a critical message we all need to hear.

Listen on iTunesListen on Podbean
Episode 50: Hope in Spiritual Warfare

My guest on today’s Hope Podcast is Judy Dunagan, acquiring editor for the women’s line of books and discipleship resources at Moody Publishers. In this conversation you’ll hear about how to walk in the victory that Christ won for us and stand strong amid spiritual warfare. Take time to listen in!

Listen on iTunesListen on Podbean
Episode 49: Hope For Prodigals

“When loving a prodigal in your midst, err on the side of grace.” Today on The Hope Podcast we will hear from Judy Douglass, author, speaker, and the founder and host of Prayer for Prodigals.
She shares a tough but redemptive story about loving a prodigal child, which not only helped her grow closer to Jesus, but also inaugurated an international ministry. This conversation will encourage, comfort, and give hope to anyone who has a prodigal in his or her life.

Listen on iTunesListen on Podbean
Episode 48: Hope in Seeking Justice

My guest today on The Hope Podcast is a writer, speaker, and justice seeker – Marlena Graves, and our conversation will focus around justice, especially as it pertains to immigrants and asylum seekers. Is there something that the Church as a collective body could do to better reflect Christ’s kind of love when it comes to the stranger? We’ll address some complex issues today for sure, so take a listen!

Listen on iTunesListen on Podbean
Episode 47: Hope with Susie Larson

Today’s podcast with Susie Larson will surely inspire you to hang on when life is hard! Susie is a talk show host, national speaker, and the author of fifteen books and tons of articles. A couple of years ago, in the midst of tremendous pain and suffering, Susie understood that God was building a platform with your pain, and that one day she was going to have a story to tell that will help others facing hardships. Today, her story encourages people to become awakened to the value of their soul, the depth of God’s love, and the height of their calling in Christ Jesus.

Listen on iTunesListen on Podbean
Episode 46: Hope with Dr. Lainna Callentine

My guest today is Dr. Lainna Callentine – physician, author, speaker, coach and founder of Sciexperience. She will share story of her career, the obstacles she’s had to overcome, the journey from working in one of the busiest emergency rooms in Illinois to homeschooling her three kids, as well as about her ministry towards racial reconciliation in the church. Buckle up, you’re in for a ride!

Listen on iTunesListen on Podbean
Episode 45: Hope with Jen Pollock Michel

On today’s Hope Podcast I’m interviewing award-winning author Jen Pollock Michel who is a brilliant thinker and writer. You might be familiar with her newest release, ‘Surprised by Paradox’, or ‘Teach Us to Want’, Christianity Today’s 2015 Book of the Year.

You’ll appreciate the way Jen talks about her journey, calling, family, spiritual life, and paradoxes of our faith. I know this conversation will stir both your intellect and heart.

Listen on iTunesListen on Podbean

MOST POPULAR EPISODES

Episode 15: With Christine Caine

We’re starting the new year with a new podcast with one of my favorite people on the planet, Christine Caine. No matter what your goals are for 2019 this podcast will encourage you and renew your hope for an awesome year ahead!

Find Christine’s books here, and follow her on Instagram.

Listen on iTunesListen on PodbeanListen on the App
Episode 8: With Sheila Walsh

My guest today is a name that is certainly familiar to many of you. Sheila Walsh is the Scottish girl known as “the encourager” to the over 6 million women she’s met and spoken to around the world. She loves being a Bible teacher, making God’s Word practical, and sharing her own story of how God met her when she was at her lowest point and lifted her up again. Her message of hope frankly is this:  GOD IS FOR YOU!
Sheila’s newest book is called “It’s Okay Not To Be Okay” and she’s here to tell us all about it.  You’ll be encouraged by her story! Listen in!

Listen on iTunesListen on the AppListen on Podbean
Episode 24: With Annie F. Downs

This week’s podcast is just plain fun because if you know anything about Annie F. Downs, it’s that she is fun. So sit back and enjoy this conversation with the bestselling author of several books, including 100 Days to BraveLooking for Lovely, and Let’s All Be Brave.

Read more at anniefdowns.com and follow her on Instagram and Twitter.

Listen on iTunesListen on PodbeanListen on the App
Episode 3: With Rosaria Butterfield

In this podcast with Rosaria Butterfield you will feel invited into her home and having an organic conversation around a cup of coffee about things that are close to her heart. You’ll hear about the Bible’s response to loneliness, about the church as the family of God, the power of intentional hospitality, about how to overcome sexual sin, and so much more.

Check out Rosaria’s latest book The Gospel Comes with a House Key and make sure you learn more about her at rosariabutterfield.com

Listen on iTunesListen on the App
Episode 29: Hope When A Loved One Struggles With Mental Illness

This conversation with Patty Kujawa is a difficult and painful one, but I believe it’s gonna help those of you who are close to someone who struggles with depression or mental illness. Patty‘s 18-year-old son, Jack, took his life six months ago and we’re gonna talk about how she is finding hope in Christ in the middle of what is probably one of the darkest valleys that a parent could go through.

Listen on iTunesListen on PodbeanListen on the App

Most Recent Episodes

Episode 51: The Four Most Dangerous Words in the New Testament

Most of us never expect it, never see it coming, or are too proud to admit that we might begin to drift. But following Jesus at a distance is a dangerous place to be that ultimately reveals what’s really in our heart.

On today’s episode of The Hope Podcast listen to a message I recently gave at a church from Luke 22.54-65: The Four Most Dangerous Words in the New Testament. I believe it’s a critical message we all need to hear.

Listen on iTunesListen on Podbean

Episode 50: Hope in Spiritual Warfare

My guest on today’s Hope Podcast is Judy Dunagan, acquiring editor for the women’s line of books and discipleship resources at Moody Publishers. In this conversation you’ll hear about how to walk in the victory that Christ won for us and stand strong amid spiritual warfare. Take time to listen in!

Listen on iTunesListen on Podbean

Episode 49: Hope For Prodigals

“When loving a prodigal in your midst, err on the side of grace.” Today on The Hope Podcast we will hear from Judy Douglass, author, speaker, and the founder and host of Prayer for Prodigals.
She shares a tough but redemptive story about loving a prodigal child, which not only helped her grow closer to Jesus, but also inaugurated an international ministry. This conversation will encourage, comfort, and give hope to anyone who has a prodigal in his or her life.

Listen on iTunesListen on Podbean

Episode 48: Hope in Seeking Justice

My guest today on The Hope Podcast is a writer, speaker, and justice seeker – Marlena Graves, and our conversation will focus around justice, especially as it pertains to immigrants and asylum seekers. Is there something that the Church as a collective body could do to better reflect Christ’s kind of love when it comes to the stranger? We’ll address some complex issues today for sure, so take a listen!

Listen on iTunesListen on Podbean

Episode 47: Hope with Susie Larson

Today’s podcast with Susie Larson will surely inspire you to hang on when life is hard! Susie is a talk show host, national speaker, and the author of fifteen books and tons of articles. A couple of years ago, in the midst of tremendous pain and suffering, Susie understood that God was building a platform with your pain, and that one day she was going to have a story to tell that will help others facing hardships. Today, her story encourages people to become awakened to the value of their soul, the depth of God’s love, and the height of their calling in Christ Jesus.

Listen on iTunesListen on Podbean

Episode 46: Hope with Dr. Lainna Callentine

My guest today is Dr. Lainna Callentine – physician, author, speaker, coach and founder of Sciexperience. She will share story of her career, the obstacles she’s had to overcome, the journey from working in one of the busiest emergency rooms in Illinois to homeschooling her three kids, as well as about her ministry towards racial reconciliation in the church. Buckle up, you’re in for a ride!

Listen on iTunesListen on Podbean

Episode 45: Hope with Jen Pollock Michel

On today’s Hope Podcast I’m interviewing award-winning author Jen Pollock Michel who is a brilliant thinker and writer. You might be familiar with her newest release, ‘Surprised by Paradox’, or ‘Teach Us to Want’, Christianity Today’s 2015 Book of the Year.

You’ll appreciate the way Jen talks about her journey, calling, family, spiritual life, and paradoxes of our faith. I know this conversation will stir both your intellect and heart.

Listen on iTunesListen on Podbean


Most Popular Episodes

Episode 15: With Christine Caine

We’re starting the new year with a new podcast with one of my favorite people on the planet, Christine Caine. No matter what your goals are for 2019 this podcast will encourage you and renew your hope for an awesome year ahead!

Find Christine’s books here, and follow her on Instagram.

Listen on iTunesListen on Podbean

Episode 8: With Sheila Walsh

My guest today is a name that is certainly familiar to many of you. Sheila Walsh is the Scottish girl known as “the encourager” to the over 6 million women she’s met and spoken to around the world. She loves being a Bible teacher, making God’s Word practical, and sharing her own story of how God met her when she was at her lowest point and lifted her up again. Her message of hope frankly is this:  GOD IS FOR YOU!
Sheila’s newest book is called “It’s Okay Not To Be Okay” and she’s here to tell us all about it.  You’ll be encouraged by her story! Listen in!

Listen on iTunesListen on Podbean

Episode 24: With Annie F. Downs

This week’s podcast is just plain fun because if you know anything about Annie F. Downs, it’s that she is fun. So sit back and enjoy this conversation with the bestselling author of several books, including 100 Days to BraveLooking for Lovely, and Let’s All Be Brave.

Read more at anniefdowns.com and follow her on Instagram and Twitter.

Listen on iTunesListen on Podbean

Episode 3: With Rosaria Butterfield

In this podcast with Rosaria Butterfield you will feel invited into her home and having an organic conversation around a cup of coffee about things that are close to her heart. You’ll hear about the Bible’s response to loneliness, about the church as the family of God, the power of intentional hospitality, about how to overcome sexual sin, and so much more.

Check out Rosaria’s latest book The Gospel Comes with a House Key and make sure you learn more about her at rosariabutterfield.com

Listen on iTunesListen on the App

Episode 29: Hope When A Loved One Struggles With Mental Illness

This conversation with Patty Kujawa is a difficult and painful one, but I believe it’s gonna help those of you who are close to someone who struggles with depression or mental illness. Patty‘s 18-year-old son, Jack, took his life six months ago and we’re gonna talk about how she is finding hope in Christ in the middle of what is probably one of the darkest valleys that a parent could go through.

Listen on iTunesListen on Podbean

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