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Fear can vary from mild to extreme. Those who live with extreme anxiety and panic attacks, feel isolated and alone. How can you overcome a fear-based mentality and move into faith, trust and reason? How can you help a loved one learn to manage their fear? Listen to June Hunt this week on Hope For The Heart as she answers these questions and more. Fear: No Longer Afraid
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There are a lot of call-in radio talk shows − and many of them offer advice to people with problems. Listeners who tune in to Hope In The Night, however, quickly realize that this program is one-of-a-kind. It began in 1996, when June Hunt, founder of a Dallas-based ministry called Hope for the Heart and host of a 15-minute daily radio broadcast show, was persuaded to test the concept of a live, late-night program on a single Chicago radio station. From the start, it was very different from other counseling talk shows − and it was an immediate hit with Chicago area listeners.
Today, Hope In The Night has celebrated 10 years of ministry and has been nominated as the National Religious Broadcasters “Talk Show of the Year” in 2007. Read more
Although June’s focus is on counseling rather than on fund-raising, the costs of producing daily broadcasts and delivering them to broadcast outlets around the world can seem overwhelming− and radio outreach is just one of the ministries of Hope For The Heart. We welcome your support − as a Partner in Prayer or through your financial gifts − to come along side of us as we move deeper into territory held by the enemy and push back the darkness.