#014: Attitude of Gratitude

#014: Attitude of Gratitude

On this special Thanksgiving edition of HopeNet Radio, Dave, Jeff, Kyle, and Todd talk about what it means to be thankful and how to find ways to have an attitude of gratitude when you might not feel it. Thanksgiving can be a difficult time of year for many. If you have a difficult time with the holidays and feel overwhelmed by the stress or the pain associated with it, we encourage you to chat with a Live Coach about it and ask about ways to break the blues during the holidays. Oh, and listen to this show, too! πŸ™‚

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#001: Stories: What’s Yours?

#001: Stories: What’s Yours?

#001: Stories: What's Yours?

by HopeNet Radio | Podcast

Who’s on this episode?

Jeff Strommen @jstrommen
Dave Wager @wagerdaw

HopeNet Radio debut show! Everybody has a story. We’ve all gone through struggles and some of us have been to hell and back when it comes to life situations. We’re not glorifying those events or maybe how we’ve handled it poorly tonight, but rather laying the foundation to what is going to be able to sustain you through any difficulty, failure, or seemingly impossible situation in life.

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Show Notes

Was there ever a time in your life where you lost hope? What happened? How did you find hope again?
Is hope essential to a person’s life? Why or why not?
Where do people find hope today? What gives you meaning to wake up every day?

Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) Training

Nicolet Bible Institute

Silver Birch Ranch

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Finding Purpose Through Service

There’s nothing more inspiring than driving somewhere and noticing a bunch of teens doing some kind of community service project. Today, it was a crew from the Alive In You Service Camps working at the Volunteer Center in Green Bay. According to their crew leader, Teri, about 450 teens from across the country came to spend a week in Northeast Wisconsin doing community service projects in Green Bay. At night, they attend their conference at Xavier High School in Appleton. Teri’s crew of about 10, from Brainerd, MN, was painting and doing some grounds-keeping today. Next time you drive past the Volunteer Center, just remember that it was someone like you who made a difference.

If you’ve been struggling to find purpose in life, look no further than offering a helping hand to someone who needs it. Go on a missions trip. Or just look outside your front door. Somebody needs you today.

Here are some links of ways to start making a difference today:

7 Simple Ways to Meet Big Needs (Relevant Magazine)