Board certified family law attorneys Craig Robertson and Matt Easterling run one of the most successful boutique law firms in Mississippi. They have partnered with Roane and Eva Hunter of LifeWorks Counseling, who are highly distinguished therapists who work in marriage recovery. Listen to this groundbreaking wellness podcast for deep discussions about relationships, marital restoration, parenting, divorce and post-divorce recovery. You will hear informative, refreshing and inspiring real life stories and practical advice from the hosts and their guests. Whether you are seeking to enrich your marriage, begin the next chapter of your journey through divorce or you just want to hear a great story, this creative podcast will arm you with the information you need to live healthy and whole.
Jason and Andi on Fantasy vs. Reality
Craig and Eva join Texas natives Jason and Andi to tell the story of their journey from young, naive love to intensely complicated married life. As a couple consisting of codependents with separate ideas and expectations, the pressure placed on each to make the other "complete" was overwhelming. Jason and Andi share the importance of breaking through the fantasy by seeking help from wise, professional counselors, putting in the work to improve the marriage, and the necessity of a supportive community.
Troy and Melissa Haas: Consistent Action Over Time
What happens when things appear “right” on the outside but the inside is a complete mess? Troy and Melissa Haas, founders of HopeQuest Ministry Group, share their personal story detailing how their lives completely changed once their hearts became truly healthy. This couple discusses their journey from addiction and codependency to healing, noting the importance of the few, trustworthy people who walked with them to make things right from the inside out.
Eli Machen: Secrets, Silence and Judgment
Craig and Roane spend time with Eli Machen, world-renowned author, speaker and certified counselor, to uncover the reasons why people cheat. Referencing his multi-decade experience as a specialist in the field of sex addiction, Eli discusses the significance of understanding the root cause of one’s problem as well as how to recover from that addiction. Travel along on their journey to learn how one can overcome the darkness and despair of self-loathing to get to a place of trust and understanding.
Ben Derrick: Heart Not Habits - What the Bible Says About Divorce
Matt, Craig and Roane have a conversation with Ben Derrick, Pastor of Vertical Church, and discuss what the Bible says about divorce and how our culture affects our interpretation of it. Oftentimes there is a huge difference between reality versus ideology, so it’s important to seek wise counsel in handling the complexities surrounding such a momentous life decision. Listen in as they challenge the normal divorce debate of what is considered “Biblical” and “permissible”.
Jamie Walley: Pain is Never a Reason Not to Love
Join Craig as he talks with Jamie Walley, pastor of First Baptist Church of Florence, about his family's remarkable journey through adoption. The Walley's choice to parent and love a child, who was biologically someone else's, was a deliberate, selfless act that not only changed his future, it saved his life. You will learn how one family's desire to bring love to those needing it the most, actually revealed more to them than they could ever imagine.
Tray and Melody Lovvorn: Grace Awakening
In this Easter episode, Craig with co-hosts Eva and Roane Hunter from LifeWorks Counseling meet with Tray and Melody from Undone Redone as they share about their journey through sexual addiction and infidelity to redemptive grace. Tray and Melody openly share their road to healing and how they were able to break free. They discuss how working through heartbreak and pain of divorce led them to a reconciliation later. Tray and Melody are now able to assist others through the brokenness and messiness of life.
Who knew that family law attorneys could be pro-family? Matt and Craig are for their clients. They want what’s best for you. If that means having you work harder to stay married, they’re for it. If it means fighting for your rights as a parent, they do it. If it means having difficult conversations to expose irrational thought processes, they have them. These guys are interested in the person that walks in the door not the check book in their pocket. I appreciate the time they spent with me. They help me understand my options and how they would potentially affect all parties involved. Thank you R+E
This show is so helpful and good! Great work!