You can be free of the harmful effects of a loved one's addiction! Our guest believes every person can find a unique pathway through powerlessness, fear, guilt, shame, and despair back into the light and fresh air of freedom because God is the Great Healer, for whom anything is possible. By grounding yourself in a clear understanding of what addiction is, how and why it takes hold in someone's life, and how to protect yourself while maintaining your love for them, you'll be far better equipped to offer appropriate help. Join us to gain the awareness you need to move forward in truth and grace, to succeed at what you can do: love the addict unconditionally and be a positive presence in their life, guided by healthy boundaries that protect everyone.
This hour we travel to the land of Oz to visit with our favorite Scottish apologist who will share his perspective on some of the stories making global headlines. From Australian COVID internment camps to a Woke Norwegian Christmas, he will share how to have a biblical perspective on what is happening in the world around us.
Dr. Gregory Jantz is the founder of The Center- A Place of HOPE in Edmonds, Washington, voted a Top Ten facility for depression treatment in the United States. Dr. Jantz pioneered Whole Person Care in the 1980’s and is a world-renowned expert on depression, anxiety eating disorders, technology addiction and abuse. He is an innovator in the treatment of mental health, utilizing a variety of therapies including nutrition, sleep therapy, spiritual counseling, and advanced DBT techniques. Dr. Jantz is a best-selling author of 40 books and a go-to media authority on mental and behavioral health afflictions appearing on CBS, ABC, NBC, Fox, and CNN.
David Robertson is working as an evangelist with Australian churches.He is involved with education, media, churches and various forms of outreach as a speaker, writer and broadcaster. He is the author of six books, his most recent is A.S.K, an apologetic book for teenagers. He is a regular columnist with Christian Today and Evangelicals Now. He also writes occasional articles for other publications – including Eternity magazine in Australia.