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Erik Reed invites you into the lessons God has taught him through 15+ years of trials and pain with his son’s medical issues. Recalling stories from his experience, talking about Scripture, and sharing some laughs with co-host Brett Perkins, Erik outlines how we can live day-by-day in the midst of difficult circumstances as Hopeful Sufferers.

Hopeful Sufferers Erik Reed & Brett Perkins

    • Christianity
    • 5.0, 131 Ratings

Erik Reed invites you into the lessons God has taught him through 15+ years of trials and pain with his son’s medical issues. Recalling stories from his experience, talking about Scripture, and sharing some laughs with co-host Brett Perkins, Erik outlines how we can live day-by-day in the midst of difficult circumstances as Hopeful Sufferers.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
131 Ratings

131 Ratings

ccrumpton ,

Amazing!!

I started listening to the podcast when Erik and Brett started back in January and got the chance to meet Erik at NGU Fuge this past July. This podcast continues to be encouraging to me in my own trials. Total worth the listen!!

RossRiley ,

Hope found here!

These guys are awesome! Helpful even if you aren’t (currently) in times of suffering. Helps prepare you and loved ones with a healthy theology of suffering as you learn from their stories and especially promises from God’s word that we cling to. Can’t recommend it enough! Erik & Brett are biblical, funny, down to earth, and care about us! Check it out!...especially if you’re in Wyoming!

dailyn crain ,

PLEASE, listen.

I first heard Erik Reed preach at PCB FUGE camps in 2014. I don’t hardly remember it, but this past week at Nashville FUGE camp, June 3-8, God used his sermons to change my life. His story and the words that God gave him answered questions I had, that I wasn’t even aware of. I’ve been a believer since 8 years old, and since then my family has been through many struggles and my parents have lived an amazing life of faith. However I was not following Jesus throughout my high school career. I have never felt more prepared for a life following Jesus, after so much brokenness and sin, than after a week of his preaching. This man is being used in amazing ways by God and I love his sermons and his story. Faith is a lifestyle, and most people do not live that. I highly encourage everyone, believer or not, to listen and engage.

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