Today we talk about how to approach your health with a spirit
of grace. My guest is my friend, Amy Connell, who is a personal
trainer on a mission to help women realize that their eating and
the way they move their body doesn’t have to be perfect. The reason
we take care of our body is so we can do...
In this episode, we talk about how to overcome grumbling,
complaining, and general negativity. Think that’s impossible? Our
guest, Tricia Goyer, shares how she and her family pursued the
Join us for a candid conversation about how grumbling and
complaining is unhealthy for us,...
Theodore Roosevelt said “Comparison is the thief of joy.” After
my conversation with former print and runway model, Jennifer
Strickland, I would have to say the strive for perfection is
another thief of joy. In this episode, we talk about how the strive
for perfection leaves us empty and lonely,...
This is the anniversary series of “Your Hope-Filled
Specifically, we are discussing the concept of “Perspective”
and how our perspective impacts how we cope in times of stress and
crisis, as well as how our perspective impacts our attitudes, our
thoughts, and our...
In this week’s episode, we’re in the third of our four-part
anniversary series, taking apart the title “Your Hope-Filled
Perspective.” Today we’re looking at the word FILLED: what it
means, what role we play, what choices we have, and what
consequences there will be for such choices. We have...
Your Hope-Filled Perspective draws on Dr. Michelle Bengtson’s almost 3 decades of clinical expertise as a neuropsychologist to help her listeners regain hope, renew their minds, and transform their lives. With a perfect balance of clinical expertise, compassion, and vulnerability, Dr. Bengtson and her guests purpose to share Biblically-based hope-filled perspectives for real-life issues, struggles, and concerns.