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In the Press

Welcome to the Hope for the Heart press room. This section will provide the media with easy access to the most recent Hope for the Heart news and ministry events, as well as access to its practical, biblical tools that “Provide… God’s Truth for Today’s Problems.”

For any questions, please contact our Media Relations at 972-212-9200.

Press Releases:

  • Hope For The Heart Announces First-ever Strategy Officer (8/9/2018) Hope For The Heart is pleased to welcome Dr. Eric Scalise as its first senior vice president and chief strategy officer. Dr. Scalise is the former senior vice president of the American Association of Christian Counselors and previous department chair for counseling programs at Regent University.
  • Changing Lives for Over 30 Years, Hope For The Heart Celebrates 30th Anniversary (10/4/2016) Hope For The Heart, a worldwide biblical counseling ministry, celebrates 30 years of providing biblical hope and practical help to those searching for answers to life’s most difficult challenges. June Hunt, whose lifework has yielded landmark contributions in the field of biblical counseling, founded the organization in 1986.
  • Hope For The Heart Resources Mobile App (9/13/2016) “Most people, even Christians, don’t realize that Scripture is packed with God’s truth and guidance on a multitude of life issues,” shares Hunt. “No matter what we’re dealing with – anger, depression, forgiveness, self-worth, verbal abuse or any other circumstance – God’s Word offers wise counsel for us to embrace and put into action.”
  • Celebrating 20 Years of Hope In The Night (8/2/2016) What first ran on 23 stations on August 12, 1996, has grown into a live 2-hour call-in counseling program. Today, Hope In The Night is carried on more than 300 stations across the U.S., has two overseas broadcasts, and streams on two Internet sites, offering biblical hope and practical help to thousands of callers and millions of listeners.
  • A Hope-filled Morning (2/25/2015) “Most people, even Christians, don’t realize that Scripture is packed with God’s truth and guidance on a multitude of life issues,” shares Hunt. “No matter what we’re dealing with – anger, depression, forgiveness, self-worth, verbal abuse or any other circumstance – God’s Word offers wise counsel for us to embrace and put into action.”