The Bible says Christians are not to be anxious. But what if you are an anxious Christian? Our guest, a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, believes that anxiety can be a catalyst for our spiritual growth. He will show us today how anxiety allows us to face our resistance and fears, understand where those fears from come from, and then make intentional decisions about major issues in our lives. Come and join us for some real encouragement.
Is true forgiveness really possible – even when someone has done the unthinkable? Join us to hear the story of two people who walked the road of healing, a healing that led to a deep friendship. Their story exemplifies the intersection of repentance and forgiveness. Don’t miss a minute of this riveting story.
Rhett Smith is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist (LMFT) in private practice at Auxano Counseling in Plano, Texas. He is a graduate of Fuller Theological Seminary (MDiv, MSMFT) and former college pastor at Bel Air Presbyterian Church in Los Angeles. Rhett has a passion for helping people navigate significant areas of transition in their lives such as parenting, marriage, and the adolescent to young adult journey. He also serves on staff at The Hideaway Experience in Amarillo, Texas where he helps couples work towards having great marriages.
Misty Wallace is the Indianapolis Regional Coordinator for Bridges to Life, a large restorative justice ministry that operates in several Indiana prisons. Prior to joining Bridges to Life, she was a medical assistant for 18 years. She lives near Indianapolis with her husband, Matt, and their children.
Keith Blackburn serves as chaplain of the Indianapolis Re-Entry Educational Facility, a state prison that helps Indiana inmates prepare to return to a productive life in society. He holds a Master of Divinity degree and is also pastor of Beyond Prison Gates Assembly, a church in Indianapolis that ministers to those who have been released. Keith lives in Indianapolis with his wife, Barbara, and their children.