Breaking free from an eating disorder is difficult and complex. Those who are suffering often feel misunderstood. They struggle with feeling alone and afraid, ashamed to tell those closest to them. Their loved ones also feel helpless and ill-equipped to care for them. From the unique perspective of a husband-and-wife team, our guests will share their journey to freedom from her eating disorder while he shares insights as the loved one coming beside her.
Recognize and respond to the moment in every conversation that has the potential to transform the relationship! Our guest will offer practical tools to help you respect emotions without letting them control you, speak words that improve the likelihood of getting what you need, identify---and keep yourself safe from---toxic people, become comfortable setting boundaries, and more. Join us for this important conversation.
Dave serves as Pastor of Counseling and Discipleship at Cornerstone Baptist Church in the Detroit metro, where he also directs a biblically-based addiction recovery ministry. Dave earned his MDiv from The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. He blogs, writes book reviews, and provides resources at Pastor Dave Online
Krista Dunham has served as a women’s mentor, biblical counselor, and curriculum developer for various women’s and children’s ministries. She has a degree in early childhood education from Ohio University. She is the coauthor of Table for Two: Biblical Counsel for Eating Disorders.
Nicole is a sought after speaker who has a down-to-earth style that allows even the largest gathering to feel conversational. Nicole is the author of several books focused on spiritual transformation and is a featured speaker through RightNow Media and Punchline. She is the host of two podcasts, including “How to Study the Bible” with over 100k downloads in the first season. Her work has been featured in Relevant, Catalyst and she’s been a guest on major podcasts such as The Happy Hour with Jamie Ivey and Focus on the Family. She holds degrees from the College of William and Mary and from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary.