Have you ever needed solid help and wisdom from voices you can trust about the relational difficulties you’re facing?
For many years, that’s exactly what I was looking for. I was perpetually confused about what I saw happening in front of me, yet felt powerless to do anything about it. I just didn’t have the wisdom I needed.
All of that has changed now thanks to years of Christian counseling with my personal licensed therapist, Jim Cress. Since therapeutic help and insight made such a difference in my life and relationships, I wanted to pair it with the theological wisdom I was learning from my own time in God’s Word and from working with Dr. Joel Muddamalle, the Director of Theology at Proverbs 31 Ministries. I know how crucial it is to have access to these kinds of helpful resources, especially when you’re walking through a hard season.
Jim, Joel and I began recording episodes of our podcast Therapy & Theology, and now the show has over 1 million downloads! We’ve taken important topics such as trauma, anxiety, narcissism, healthy conversations and boundaries and addressed them from a therapeutic and theological standpoint. And in Season 2, “Let’s Stop Avoiding This Conversation: 6 Topics Women Have Big Questions About,” we decided to “go there” and answer the questions you have about pornography, emotional abuse, submission, identifying destructive patterns in relationships and more.
Here’s what iTunes listeners are saying about Therapy & Theology…
“You put the pieces together for women to move forward. Sometimes the words pierce my heart as memories of my past return. However, you reinforce my value and worth. Don’t stop this podcast!”
“I am eternally grateful to Lysa, Joel and Jim for sharing so much wisdom. This podcast taught me so much about God’s word and depth of His love. It also helped get me through one of the toughest times in my life.”
“If you’ve got a friend that is struggling, this is a podcast for them. I’ve shared this more than any other podcast ever. Highly recommend. I will keep on listening. I recommend that you do too.”
Friend, I hope you’ll listen in as we talk about the real issues you’re facing in your life and relationships and help you move forward — together.