Faith & Theory is all about exploring real life experiences and uncovering practical steps toward achieving psychological and spiritual wellness per the Word of God and evidence-based Mental Health practices. Faith & Theory combines my passion for family and fun, with my love of Scripture and Mental Health. On FAITH & THEORY, we’ll laugh together, cry together, and most importantly, WIN together. Because when you win, I win, we win, and everybody wins! So, get geared up, buckle up, and join me on November 20th for the journey of living life well through FAITH AND THEORY. I’ll see you soon!
Becoming David: The Journey of a King (Part 3)
Tune in to this series finale, as an outstanding mentor, Mr. Nate Dancy, and my wonderful husband, Richard Randle, share how their practical life-experiences and their faith helped to shape who they've become as husbands.
Becoming David: The Journey of a King (Part 2)
Luke 15 tells the story of a prodigal son who, in his youth and ignorance, rebelled against his father and left home to experience the world. Sometime later, after having squandered all of his money and LITERALLY landing himself in a mess of a situation, verse 17 says, he “came to himself,” and he found his way back home… back home to a loving and grateful father who welcomed him with open arms.
Much like the prodigal son, NONE of us are exempt from finding ourselves in a messy predicament… physically and emotionally. But the good news is that also like the prodigal son, sometimes all we need is a little change in perspective to initiate the change in our situation.
If you, or someone you know, can use a little jumpstart to the process,
Head on over to my website: https://www.faithandtheory.com/ for exclusive insight and content on how a shift in perspective can make a world of difference… AND for step-by-step tips on how to begin your journey.
Becoming David: The Journey of A King (Part 1)
Manhood, fatherhood, leadership, and marriage are no easy tasks, to say the least.
Take King David, for example. Though he was held as an anointed King, a mighty warrior, and a man after God's own heart, he was still simply a man, with his own set of trials, struggles, hang-ups, and heartbreaks.
For David, going from the lonesome son tending the flocks, to an anointed King of Israel, was! A! JOURNEY!, a journey which included even overcoming HIMSELF.
Take comfort in knowing that although the journey from boy to man, from sonship to fatherhood, isn't always an easy one, God will still be right there, ever present, like a loving Father to prodigal sons, ready to teach, guide, forgive, and welcome you home.
Be Still and Know: Discovering Peace through Mindfulness, Meditation, and Faith
"The LORD Almighty is with us; the God of Jacob is our fortress... He says, 'Be still, and know that I am God'..."
Sometimes, particularly in a world of busyness and chaos, the best thing we can do to minimize our stress levels is to slow down, sit still, and quiet our minds. Mindfulness and meditation is a proven therapeutic technique that teaches the user how to activate their parasympathetic nervous system (the system that tells our bodies to 'calm down and relax').
Join me, as I chat with Sierra Lyons of "Sit Still with Sierra," and explore a few practical ways we can begin to slow down, rest, and replenish our hearts and minds during challenging times.
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Be sure to check out my website https://www.faithandtheory.com/ for tips, tricks, and exclusive content to help you along your journey to wellness.
In Hot Pursuit: Chasing Down and Seizing Peace
“Worry weighs a person down; but a kind and encouraging word cheers them up.” ~ King Solomon
“Allow yourself to consider that you might be super awesome!” ~ Sandy Cohen
Are you ready to bring in the New Year with an encouraging word that is SURE to uplift your spirits?
Then join me and Ms. Sandy Cohen as we explore strategies for apprehending peace in the upcoming year.
Guest BIO: After spending many years pursuing a career in journalism, Sandy quit her job and made the shift “from a Type-A stress case to a peaceful appreciator of life and its blessings.” She’s become a Certified Health Coach and is now pursuing her Masters in Public Health. Sandy’s podcast “Inner Peace to Go” is a podcast “about how to cultivate and bring more peace and ease to your everyday life.” Check out Inner Peace to Go, launching on January 3rd, on Apple Podcast and Spotify. You can find Sandy @: www.sandycohenwrites.com and https://www.instagram.com/youknowsandy/
Grace Beyond Grief: Life After Loss
“After many years of working in bereavement and grief and loss counseling, this much I know for sure. 1.None of us grieve the same. 2.There’s no timetable for grief. 3. You NEVER get over it! You learn to get through it and how to cope. 4. People who tell you “I know how you feel” really don’t unless they have experienced a loss like yours. 5. You need people who will be good listeners, not who want to give you advice. 6. You need to get help. Grief support groups are very effective and help you to realize that you’re not the only person who has lost a loved one. 7. Be patient with yourself, be kind to yourself.” (Bobby Taylor)
If you've ever experienced a loss OR if you know of someone else who has experienced loss, then this episode is for you. I hope that in it, you will find yourself inspired by Vernita Bowe's story of "Restoration: A Journey to Healing and Wholeness."
Inspiring and Uplifting
Regina Randle is an awesome host. Her passion and honesty shine through as she speaks with guests on real and challenging topics.
Got so much insight from the conversation Regina had with her guests. To hear how others struggle with fear and have moved through that is inspiring. Look forward to hearing more.
Beautiful, honest and uplifting!