Do you feel the weight of the world on your shoulders? Do you think, I can’t feel anything good. … I feel so down? Like millions of people, you may be trapped under a cloud of depression. June Hunt offers a bright message of hope from God’s Word.
Globally, an estimated 350 million people of all ages suffer from depression.* If someone close to you was struggling with depression would you recognize the signs? Would you know how to help? June Hunt shares insight for helping others. *World Health Organization
Have you ever tried to walk through a thick pool of mud? It takes effort just to place one foot in front of the other. In many ways, that’s how you feel when depression takes over. How can you break free from its powerful grip? June Hunt guides us through this common challenge in her series Walking from Darkness into the Dawn.
Was your family encouraging and supportive or did you come from a family who had at least one critical person? Are you now that critical person, hurting others with your words and attitudes? How can you build a bridge to healthy relationships? June Hunt helps a young woman answer these questions and more.
When you’re trapped in a cycle of critical thinking, do you feel like you’re powerless to change? You’re just responding to what’s on your mind, right? June Hunt agrees that every action we have is based on a thought. Discover what’s behind the thoughts of a critic.
Instead of respect from your children, are they critical toward you, disrespectful, even verbally and emotionally abusive? How can you change the dynamics of the parent/child relationship? One mother has reached out to June Hunt for biblical answers to these questions and more.
Is there someone in your life who’s being especially hard on you? Do they find fault with everything you do? Do you feel unjustly criticized and condemned? June Hunt talks with a wife who’s experienced years of criticism from her husband and now she’s searching for help.
“Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me.” It’s a catchy saying. It’s also a big lie. We’d probably all admit that we’ve been hurt by the words of others. But, what about that person who’s appointed themselves as your personal sandpaper? They always find something wrong with you. Listen as June Hunt discusses the damage caused by a critical spirit.
A controlling attitude doesn’t develop overnight, but it can become so natural and normal that you stop recognizing your own manipulative behavior. Listen as June Hunt asks what might be a hard question for you.
Scripture provides help and hope to many, but God never intended for it to be used as a tool to manipulate others. June Hunt talks with a man who has experienced this type of abuse. He’s called June for biblical and practical guidance, and, together, we learn from the Bible how God wants us to respond to spiritual manipulation.
Do you feel powerless to break free from the control of a manipulator? Do you feel caught in the middle of relationships and circumstances? Hear more about manipulative tactics and how you can stop the manipulation as you listen to June Hunt share from God’s Word.