The Hopecast with Rachael Flick

The Hopecast with Rachael Flick

In February of 2018, Rachael’s husband Micah was murdered in the line of duty. Micah was shot while protecting fellow police officers and citizens who came under fire during the arrest of a car thief. Micah left Rachael, and their seven year old twins, behind in his act of heroism. Devastated by the death of the future she and Micah had dreamed of together, Rachael nevertheless refused to succumb to her circumstances. As a professional counselor, she began to apply practical skills to grieve well and grow through the painful, traumatic experiences. In The Hopecast, Rachael and her guests will share their stories on their journeys of resilience. These stories will motivate and encourage you with clarity, direction and healing. Listen and meet the people who have been empowered by hope. Come and learn the skills to face your past and prepare for your wholehearted future. The Hopecast with Rachael Flick: “Stories of Resilience from People Like You” To find out more go to rachaelflick.com

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July 26, 2021 30 min
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When Micah was killed, my whole world stopped. And yet, somehow, in the space between agonizing heart beats, the peace of God held me up and kept me breathing. 

In episode 43 of The Hopecast,  Angela Alexander Miracles In Action continues to share of the car crash that took her 8 year old sons while she was deployed in Japan. 

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When Micah was killed, my whole world stopped. And yet, somehow, in the space between agonizing heart beats, the peace of God held me up and kept me breathing. 

In episode 42 of The Hopecast,  Angela Alexander Miracles In Action talks of the car crash that took her 8 year old sons while she was deployed in Japan. 

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https://rachaelflick.com/hopecast-podcast/ 

to hear how God carried her through the darkness and gave her an a...

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June 28, 2021 34 min
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On November 11, 2011, Davey and Amanda Blackburn loaded up a moving truck and drove from Greenville, South Carolina to Indianapolis, Indiana to start Resonate Church, a place they hoped would bring new life to a city and reach people who didn’t know God. They were doing all the right things, for the right reasons. They had no idea what was going to happen.

Almost four years later on November 10, 2015, the unspeakable happened. Davey...

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June 7, 2021 28 min

We want our listeners to know that if you have questions concerning grief, mental health, family issues, etc, you can get your questions answered on a future Q and A episode of Dear Rach by sending an email, direct message or making a post with the hash tag Dear Rach and Rachael will do her best to answer your question in a future episode. 

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On this interview with Dr. Tim Clinton, Rachael and Dr. Clinton continue their discussion on Tim's new book, Take It Back: Reclaiming Biblical Masculinity, The Heart and Strength of Being a Man. 

About our Guest: Tim Clinton, Ed.D, LPC, LMFT, is the President of the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC), the largest and most diverse Christian counseling association in the world. Dr. Clinton also serves as the Execu...

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On this interview with Dr. Tim Clinton, Rachael discusses Tim's new book, Take It Back: Reclaiming Biblical Masculinity, The Heart and Strength of Being a Man. 

About our Guest: Tim Clinton, Ed.D, LPC, LMFT, is the President of the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC), the largest and most diverse Christian counseling association in the world. Dr. Clinton also serves as the Executive Director of the James Dobson F...

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Ravi Zacharias, Dr. Paul Maxwell, Joshua Harris

In a world where people are publicly renouncing their faith and being exposed for hidden lifestyles, how do you maintain authenticity and avoid cynicism? 

Pastor Anthony Turner has been in professional ministry for over 40 years. As a worship leader and traveling speaker, Anthony is often referred more to as "Papa" than "Pastor." As a father of the faith, he provides gui...

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Do you have a plan for when life rocks your world? 

In this episode, Kirsten D. Samuel discusses the acronym S.T.A.B.L.E. 

Everyone will have personal and relational challenges, but Kirsten teaches how to life hack at pro level through ownership, accountability and responsibility. 

She relates her experiences uncovering debilitating depression and working through hard issues in her marriage just when she was preparing for an empty nes...

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In the aftermath of a tragedy or disaster, attention is focused on the loss and people want to help. Sympathy cards and casseroles seem to stream in within the first few weeks. Then, somewhat quickly, the people who came in the immediate aftermath begin to trickle away. 

But what many who have grieved a loved one or experienced a trauma will tell you, is that the hardest part are the months yet to come. Listen to fellow widows, Ging...

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30 years into a marriage that Kirsten thought was "ideal," her husband Dave revealed he was addicted to pornography. Kirsten was devastated and felt the walls of their life crumbling around her. 

As an employee of Christian ministry, Dave's job was in jeopardy, in addition to to their reputation and Kirsten's dreams of sailing into the sunset as empty nesters. 

Listen to Kirsten's journey walking through the resto...

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Anxiety. Panic Attacks. Intrusive memories. All a very unwelcome part of grief and something familiar to many anxiety sufferers. 

The complex trama of losing her husband combined with a history of chronic stress and manifested in Rachael as intense and incapacitating anxiety. For the first time in her life, Rachael began experiencing flooding and panic, sometimes lasting for hours. 

This episode of The Hopecast has life hacks for dea...

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Loads of people hate conflict. Like REALLY hate it. And some people stomp in where angels fear to tread. In this episode of The Hopecast, join your counselor bff Rachael and producer Mike in an honest conversation about tackling the tough and awkward stuff in your world.

Decide if this relationship is one that is worth the work. Then get curious in your conflict. Start a scan of your own emotions. The soul words freebie pdf at howw...

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