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07 – Misconceptions of Christianity

On this month’s episode of Hope Talk, we looked at some of the most common misconceptions of Christianity. Maybe you have heard that Christianity is just a list of rules, Jesus fixes all of our problems, or all Christians believe the same thing. All of these misconceptions will be addressed with both the truth and the misunderstandings behind them. The Hope Talk Podcast is brought to you by ComeOnLetsGo. To find out more, visit ComeOnLetsGo.com.

06 – Financial Planning with Bobby Daniels

Finances can be one of the most depressing issues for Americans today. Between debt, financial stress, and uncertainty about the future, finances can cause a lot of problems for Americans.
On this month’s episode of Hope Talk, we had a chance to sit down with financial coach Bobby Daniels and talk about making a plan to overcome financial struggles no matter where you are financially.
The Hope Talk Podcast is brought to you by Come On Lets Go. To find out more, visit ComeOnLetsGo.com.

05 – Motherhood with a Panel of Moms

On this month’s episode of Hope Talk, we had a chance to sit down with a panel of moms and talk about the unique challenges, adventures, and learning experiences that come with motherhood. Listen to advice, encouragement, and real life moments with experienced moms who still admit they don’t have it all figured out.
The Hope Talk Podcast is brought to you by Come On Lets Go. To find out more, visit ComeOnLetsGo.com.

04 – Hope for Teens with Cody Smith

Many teens struggle with depression, and it is only amplified by social media. In this episode of Hope Talk, we sat down with Cody Smith, a student minister at Rock Bridge Community Church (Hixson Campus) to discuss how teens struggling with depression can find hope.
The Hope Talk Podcast is brought to you by Come On Lets Go. To find out more, visit ComeOnLetsGo.com.

03 – Men in Church with Randy Thomas

Many men feel like church is a “ladies only” atmosphere, but the church was actually started by a man who discipled 12 men. Pastor, Randy Thomas, talks about why the church has seen this transition and how this misconception can be changed in the church. The Hope Talk podcast is brought to you by ComeOnLetsGo. To find out more, visit ComeOnLetsGo.com.

02 – Making a Financial Plan with the Thurmans

Husband and wife, saver and spender, and money experts Garry and Rhonda Thurman from Guardian Investment and Accounting talk about the best way to make a plan to find hope in your finances. Money management can seem hopeless, but with a plan, that hopeless can be turned around. The Hope Talk Podcast is brought to you by Come On Lets Go. To find out more, visit ComeOnLetsGo.com.

01 – Raising Your Kids with Ashley Wade

Mom and Director of Children’s Ministries, Ashley Wade, sat down with us to give advice on raising your kids to find hope and grow spiritually.

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December 31, 2018 – Baby Boomer Retirement Concerns, Annuities, and Investment Success

Listen as Rick and Granger Hughes from Hughes Retirement Group teach you how to put together a playbook to help you financially. In this episode, the Hughes explain annuities, DIY portfolios, measuring investment success, and baby boomer retirement concerns. To find out more about Hughes Retirement Group, visit HughesRetirementGroup.com.

December 24, 2018 – Explaining Annuities, DIY Portfolios, and Measuring Investment Success

Listen as Rick and Granger Hughes from Hughes Retirement Group teach you how to put together a playbook to help you financially. In this episode, the Hughes explain annuities, DIY portfolios, measuring investment success, and baby boomer retirement concerns. To find out more about Hughes Retirement Group, visit HughesRetirementGroup.com.

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