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 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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August 1, 2022 29 min

On today's edition of the show, Rachael interviews Boston Marathon bombing server, Rebekah Gregory. Rebekah Gregory is well-known motivational speaker, Christian author, and founder of Rebekah’s Angels Foundation. She is a survivor of the Boston Marathon Bombing, which killed 5 people and injured over 260. Rebekah eventually had to have her left leg amputated because of the damage caused by the blast. She has used this traumati...

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Joining Rachael on the show today is Chanel Dokun. Chanel is a certified Life Planner and Relationship Expert trained in Marriage and Family Therapy. She specializes in helping women step into their life’s true calling through her Women of Consequence life planning organization. Prior to running her own business and co-founding a seven-figure therapy practice, Healthy Minds NYC, she worked in publishing at Hearst Magazines. She now...

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Today on the show, Rachael sits down with religion and culture expert, Alex McFarland. Alex shares about the importance of teaching our youth how to defend their faith and to stand strong against the secular worldview that is permeating our world today.

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On today's episode, Rachael shares about her post abortion recovery and what the church can do to support women and children in crisis pregnancy.

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On this edition of the show, Rachael talks with author, speaker and podcast host, Allie Marie Smith. She shares her story from her book, Wonderfully Made: Discover the Identity, Love, and Worth You Were Created Fo. It was on a gloomy June day in 2001, eighteen-year-old Allie Marie Smith hopped in her blue Ford Explorer and headed north for the Golden Gate Bridge. She planned to jump off and end her life.

Smith had been a scholar-ath...

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Jess Ronne Jessplusthemess is a warrior who has fought many battles; however, the Lord has been faithful to redeem the lost, and now she carries a quiver full of arrows – or a house full of kids for those totally confused by the metaphor. She’s a special needs mama to Luke, author of Sunlight Burning at Midnight, and wife to her best friend and chapter 2, Ryan.

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Listen to two line of duty, law enforcement widows spill the tea  on what we wish we had known about our husbands’ worlds as first responders. 

Gracie and I take an honest, insightful and brave look back over our roles as LEO wives and things that would have helped our husbands and helped us. 

We hope that our look back can help all the men and women who continue to serve the thin blue line and the families who serve our heroes by ho...

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One thing that is unmistakable for anyone who meets Rachael, or hears her speak, is her passion. Growing up, Rachael dreamed of being a doctor. While her educational path diverged from medicine, Rachael continued to support wellness journeys for others as a high school P.E. teacher and a personal trainer.

Tragically, Rachael lost her husband of ten years on February 5, 2018. Deputy Sheriff Micah Flick was killed in the line of duty ...

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One thing that is unmistakable for anyone who meets Rachael, or hears her speak, is her passion. Growing up, Rachael dreamed of being a doctor. While her educational path diverged from medicine, Rachael continued to support wellness journeys for others as a high school P.E. teacher and a personal trainer.

Tragically, Rachael lost her husband of ten years on February 5, 2018. Deputy Sheriff Micah Flick was killed in the line of duty ...

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August 23, 2021 35 min

June Hunt, M.A., is an author, singer, speaker and founder of Hope For The Heart, a worldwide biblical counseling ministry. Her lifework has yielded landmark contributions in the field of Christian counseling.

Hope For The Heart, which she founded in 1986, offers biblical hope and practical help – through biblical counsel, coaching and context for contemporary concerns – in more than 60 countries on 6 continents.

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Listen to Rachael and Jaime talk about the treasures found in darkness. For Rachael her darkness came in the valley of tragic death. Jaime lost hope in a season when the pain of Lyme disease sucked the joy and delight out of her daily life. 

Suicide is such a stigmatized part of pain, but Jaime and Rachael don't shy away from telling you about the times when it felt like the only way to escape the constant, unrelenting agony. Bu...

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In 2006 Jaime was living a music artist's dream. Her song, " Hear my Worship" spent 12 weeks on the #1 spot on national Christian radio. Jaime was touring, leading worship and writing beautiful music. 

Then, while leading in music and ministry, Jaime began to feel an exhaustion she couldn't shake. When debilitating headaches brought Jaime to her knees, she could no longer press through the pain and discovered her dia...

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There's never been a season in our lifetimes when it's been harder to be a police officer, or someone who loves one. Law enforcement has always been a sacrifice for our officers and their families. But now, with rioting and civil unrest, the threat to their lives increases as does our need for them. 


Join police widow, Rachael Flick, LPCC, NCC and current police spouse Cote Anne, LCSW, as they discuss the unique challenges o...

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