On today’s episode, I get to tell you a true story the Candy Bomber after World War II and three lessons we can learn from it.3 Lessons from the Candy BomberLittle Things Can have a Big Ripple EffectServing Others HealsInspiring Hope Saves LivesYou can learn more about Gail S. Halvorsen, The Candy Bomber on his…Read More
Alma grew up wanting to reach his goals, but he knew he wouldn’t achieve them in Ghana. So he set his sights on the American Dream. In today’s show Alma and I talk about: How discontent plus courage equal innovation and creation. Recognizing and reaching for your full potential. How all things work together for…Read More
While hiking with her mother last year, Tamara learned 3 great truths that can be applied to our rugged life journeys today. The Family Trip Just before school started last year, our family took a last minute vacation to two National Parks: Yellowstone and the Tetons. I found out my 73-year-old mother had never been,…Read More
At a dark point in her life, Diane Passey decided she was too heavy to keep living. Follow her journey from grief and despair to coach. Some of the points discussed are: There will be a light at the end of the tunnel. It may be just a tiny glimmer. But it’s there. There is…Read More
Tamara shares an outtake from a podcast, talks about 3 tips for authenticity and shares an announcement of a hard goal she’s working on. Here is the transcript from today’s podcast: Tamara Anderson 0:00 On today’s episode, I have a couple of exciting things I’m going to share with you. First is that this will be…Read More
Rob never expected a heart attack or near death experience, but he is thankful he learned more about God, love and connection because of these hardships. Bio Rob A. Gentile was born one of four boys outside of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to Italian immigrants. His grandfather and father worked at a steel company where Rob also…Read More
Tamara shares 5 empowering actions to take when you’re feeling drained, exhausted, worn out, and just feel you can’t go on. Drained? Take These 5 Empowering Actions Today I want to talk about something that I feel is so needed in the world today. I don’t know about you, but I look around and I…Read More
Jennifer didn’t start life with much confidence, but through several struggles she learned important lessons on self-confidence & compassion. Jennifer Finlayson-Fife: Why You Really Need Self-Compassion Bio Jennifer Finlayson-Fife is a wife, mother of three, as well as a licensed clinical professional counselor in the state of Illinois. She has a PhD in counseling psychology.…Read More
Tamara discusses the miracle of forgiveness by sharing 3 people we can forgive and 4 tips to help us forgive. The Secrets to Forgiveness Forgiveness On today’s episode, we are going to talk about a powerful word that is really hard. I’ve kind of got mixed emotions about it: forgiveness. And we’re going to talk…Read More
Debbie never wanted her family to be a statistic, but finally knew it was time for a divorce. She shares how she regained her self-worth with God’s help. Rediscovering my Self-Worth Bio Debbie Ihler Rasmussen opened a dance studio and began teaching when she was 17 and that developed into a 44 year career teaching…Read More
I have experienced several periods of hard times in my life with experiences ranging from chronic migraines to having two children on the autism spectrum, surviving a car accident, tornado, and drowning.
You might wonder why I produce my show.
I know how important it is to cling to hope in times of trial and want to share with you lessons learned during life's detours.
Remember, God loves you!
What to expect from Stories of Hope in Hard Times
What to expect from your show, and when.
- Publishes at 4am Eastern every other Wednesday
- Segments include
- A Story of Hard Times
- Lessons Learned
- Favorite Bible Verse
- Available in all places where podcasts can be found