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Hope, Help, and Healing

unFAITHFUL: redeeming infidelity

Release Date: 02/10/2019

How to Get Through the Holidays show art How to Get Through the Holidays

unFAITHFUL: redeeming infidelity

Today we’re sharing a few tips to help you get through the difficult holiday weeks. It’s not a recipe for a pain-free Christmas, but it might be a little bit of peace and sanity through a challenging time of year. You never know, in letting go of some obligations and doing something new you could stumble into the most meaningful holiday season of your life. Shownotes @ https://myfamilyofhope.org/podcast

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unFAITHFUL: redeeming infidelity

Being thoughtful about who to tell is critical as you explore recovery! To continue to build a foundation of safety, you must use discretion and limit who you tell about the infidelity and what kind of information you share. In this episode we talk about: destructive reasons for sharing the consequences of oversharing healthy motives for sharing a few boundaries to protect the people you do choose to involve our best recommendation for developing a healthy support system Shownotes and discussion questions are available at https//myfamilyofhope.org/podcast.

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Tom's Story show art Tom's Story

unFAITHFUL: redeeming infidelity

Redemption is a biblical promise, but we don’t get to define what redemption looks like. Sometimes things don’t turn out the way we thought they would. When his wife of 19 years asked for a divorce, Tom was completely devastated. It was later he would learn of her infidelity. Today you’ll hear from our friend, Tom Ruotolo. You may know him from his work with Randy Clark & Global Awakening, or Power & Love Ministries and Lifestyle Christianity with Todd White. Tom invites us into his journey through divorce and remarriage. He shares about the power & process of forgiveness,...

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Whatever It Takes show art Whatever It Takes

unFAITHFUL: redeeming infidelity

Let’s pick back up where we left off. In the absence of trust a couple must learn to create safety for each other both inside and outside the relationship. Today you’ll evaluate areas your relationship is vulnerable as we explore 10 parts of your life that require healthy boundaries in order to create safety from the outside. If safety is the goal, it will require doing “whatever it takes.” DOWNLOAD A PRINTABLE of today’s content. All 10 points with discussion questions are included. You’ll find it in the show notes at www.myfamilyofhope.org/podcast.

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How Will I Ever Trust My Spouse Again? show art How Will I Ever Trust My Spouse Again?

unFAITHFUL: redeeming infidelity

How will I ever trust my spouse again? A question anyone facing a betrayal asks themselves over and over again! In the absence of trust, a couple must learn to create safety for each other both inside and outside the relationship. In this episode Nick and Bekah talk through what it takes to rebuild a foundation of trust by giving you 10 ways to create safety inside your relationship. This will help you to create an emotional environment that is supportive of a healthy recovery.

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Liz Jones- What I've Learned show art Liz Jones- What I've Learned

unFAITHFUL: redeeming infidelity

In a profound turn-around, Liz Jones is now the Associate Pastor over Marriage Crisis under the Care Department at Gateway Church. She is the head of an incredible crisis marriage team that has served thousands of people to-date and is still growing! I talked to Liz about this beautiful evolution, and asked her all kinds of questions about what she’s learned about Affair Recovery over the years. We talk about: types of support couples need in recovery the difference between surviving and thriving what is “success” in affair recovery? developing empathy toxic shame what if the affair was...

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Liz + Jeff's Story show art Liz + Jeff's Story

unFAITHFUL: redeeming infidelity

On today’s show our friends Liz and Jeff share their journey through infidelity. Themes of our conversation include how our family of origin impacts the lens we view marriage through, ways that shame keeps us stuck, “rules of engagement” when recovering from infidelity, why they stayed even when everything fell apart, and what “making it” really means. Liz and Jeff also share several things they did wrong, and some things they did right… you won’t want to miss this one! Show notes and discussion questions are available at www.myfamilyofhope.org/podcast.

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How to Choose a Therapist show art How to Choose a Therapist

unFAITHFUL: redeeming infidelity

The world of counseling and therapy can be so intimidating! Today we hope to make it a little easier by tackling the topic “How to Choose a Therapist.” I interviewed my friend Meredith Tilton, associate pastor of biblical counseling at Gateway Church. We discuss the difference between biblical counseling and licensed professional therapy, the cost of therapy and how to make it work, what kind of questions to ask a prospective counselor or therapist and much more. We hope this incredibly practical conversation empowers you to take the next step in pursuing the support you need for your...

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Healthy Recovery show art Healthy Recovery

unFAITHFUL: redeeming infidelity

One of the most helpful tools we can think of to support you on your journey is a clear understanding of the journey itself. Today we want to provide a road map for a typical affair recovery process to help you determine if you’re on the right course. We’ll review the typical path for recovery and lay it out on a timeline, and highlight 8 critical elements we believe define a “healthy” recovery. Detailed show notes, discussion questions, and relevant links are available at www.myfamilyofhope.org/podcast. 

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A Quick Check-In show art A Quick Check-In

unFAITHFUL: redeeming infidelity

Nick and Bekah stop by with a quick check-in to talk about where the show is headed, and what to expect moving forward.

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In our introductory episode, you'll meet hosts Nick and Bekah Moes, founders of Family of Hope Ministries. We'll introduce our show format and discuss what to expect from future episodes.  We'll also share our 3 foundational pillars for couples facing recovery from infidelity: hope, help, and healing.