Family Bytes Blog | Hope Church - January 2019

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Reframing Health: Make 2019 a Healthier Year

This week's episode, Pastor Freddie Albaugh chat with Dr. Rick Bloomer, PhD is a research scientist and Dean of Health Sciences at the University of Memphis and Andrea Larkins, personal trainer and health advocate at multiple locations around the Memphis area, including Burn Boot Camp in Collierville, TN.  Listen to a discussion based on a holistic approach to pursuing our physical fitness and a healthier life. Our panel gives simple suggestions for a healthier 2019.  ... Read More
Posted by Kristin Funston at Sunday, January 27, 2019
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Reframing Relationships: The 7 Ingredients to Life Giving Relationships

On this week's episode, Freddie Albaugh interviews Anne Floyd, counselor at Hope Church, who shares the 7 key ingredients to life giving relationships. You'll hear details on each ingredient and why they're important. Be free to be ourselves Clarity and consistent communication  Able to hear Clear where you begin and the other person begins Mutual respect  Trust you can see Forgiveness Subscribe to the Family Bytes Podcast on your favorite... Read More
Posted by Kristin Funston at Tuesday, January 22, 2019
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Reframing Finances: Part II

On Part II of "Reframing Finances," Ruth Abigail Smith chats about how her generation (millenials) suffers from the epidemic of comparison and is the "microwave generation." She discusses how that affects every aspect of their lives - especially finances. Freddie and Ruth Abigail chat about everything from college debt, to spending, to the necessary work of adding purpose to your finances, because process without purpose usually ends in failure. Click... Read More
Posted by Kristin Funston at Thursday, January 17, 2019
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Reframing Finances: Part I

Part I of "Reframing Finances" features Gary & Lisa Zyriek, Hope Church members who help lead Financial Peace University at Hope.  Gary & Lisa talk about not just saving money for the future, but also spending and budgeting for fun as well as how to communicate  with financial partners and having a well-balanced view of value and costs for both adults and kids.  For more information on Financial Peace University, click HERE .  Family... Read More
Posted by Kristin Funston at Sunday, January 13, 2019
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