Category: Faith

11. Restoring Families with Holly Haynes (Part 2)

11. Restoring Families with Holly Haynes (Part 2)

Restoring Families

Caroline continues her interview with Holly Haynes with the Faith-Based Counseling Training Institute (FBCTI). In this episode, Holly shares the final four steps of FBCTI’s 7-step approach to reconciliation. Check out episode 10 for the first three steps!

The 7 Steps to Reconciliation

  1. Be a peacemaker and make the first move
  2. Ask God for wisdom
  3. Begin with your part of the problem
  4. Listen
  5. Show gratitude and gratefulness
  6. Fix the problem, not the blame
  7. Focus on reconciliation, not resolution

About Holly

Holly Haynes has been the CEO of Faith Based Counselor Training Institute (FBCTI) since 2018, the training institute her father Dr. Michael K. Haynes started in 1996. Holly moved their International Headquarters from Texas to Steamboat Springs, Colorado where she and Dr. Haynes reside today. Holly has been a Certified Restorative Therapist specializing in Anger Management, Chemical Dependency, and helping women align with life since 2005. Holly is also a Certified Chaplain and an Ordained Minister. Holly is married and has 5 grown children, all serving the Lord, and has many grandchildren.

Faith-Based Counselor Training Institute

“We at FBCTI have one vision and that is to train up disciples who have a call to see the broken and hurting made whole by the relentless love of Jesus Christ.”

Website: Faith-Based Counselor Training Institute (www.fbcti.org)

What do you think?

Caroline would love to hear from you. Please send comments, questions, and suggestions to her at caroline@ingodscorner.org.

10. Restoring Families with Holly Haynes (Part 1)

10. Restoring Families with Holly Haynes (Part 1)

Restoring Families

Caroline’s guest, Holly Haynes, shares the importance of having a relationship with God as a foundation for restoring relationships with people. Holly shares Faith-Based Counseling Training Institute’s 7-step approach to restoring family relationships. In this episode, Holly gives foundational information and reveals the first three steps with Scriptural support, stories, and insights. (In part two, the final four steps will be discussed.)

The 7 Steps to Restoration

  1. Be a peacemaker and make the first move
  2. Ask God for wisdom
  3. Begin with your part of the problem
  4. Listen
  5. Show gratitude and gratefulness
  6. Fix the problem, not the blame
  7. Focus on reconciliation, not resolution

About Holly

Holly Haynes has been the CEO of Faith Based Counselor Training Institute (FBCTI) since 2018, the training institute her father Dr. Michael K. Haynes started in 1996. Holly moved their International Headquarters from Texas to Steamboat Springs, Colorado where she and Dr. Haynes reside today. Holly has been a Certified Restorative Therapist specializing in Anger Management, Chemical Dependency, and helping women align with life since 2005. Holly is also a Certified Chaplain and an Ordained Minister. Holly is married and has 5 grown children, all serving the Lord, and has many grandchildren.

Faith-Based Counselor Training Institute

“We at FBCTI have one vision and that is to train up disciples who have a call to see the broken and hurting made whole by the relentless love of Jesus Christ.”

Website: Faith-Based Counselor Training Institute (www.fbcti.org)

What do you think?

Caroline would love to hear from you. Please send comments, questions, and suggestions to her at caroline@ingodscorner.org.

9. Lasting Change for Strong Families with Dr. James Clark

9. Lasting Change for Strong Families with Dr. James Clark

Caroline and Dr. James Clark continue their conversation on dealing with conflict in families. This episode is about creating change that lasts in order to have a stronger family — a kind of change that only God can bring. The podcast includes a real-life, inspiring story of how one individual took a journey from resentment of pain inflicted by her family to forgiveness and restoration of the relationship.

This powerful podcast is based on Dr. Clark’s new book, “Dealing With Conflict Biblically.” The book may be purchased on Amazon (link below). Or, to receive a signed copy, please contact Dr. Clark at james.clark@calvary.edu.

Caroline would love to hear from you. Please send comments, questions, and suggestions to her at caroline@ingodscorner.org.

 

4. Suicide, Faith, and Why Life is Worth Living

4. Suicide, Faith, and Why Life is Worth Living

Caroline interviews Terri Cooley-Bennett, a social worker with over 30 years of experience in the field. . . and Caroline’s sister. September is suicide prevention month. Terri shares valuable information on warning signs and how to respond to an individual at risk. They also discuss the role faith can play in the recovery and healing process. You’ll want to listen to the end to hear Terri finish sharing a case study of one of her clients who had thoughts of suicide. Life is worth living!

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For more information on 9-8-8 and a list of national local Kansas City area mental health resources, visit the Mental Health Resources page on Caroline’s website. http://www.ingodscorner.org

Caroline would love to hear from you! You can reach her at caroline@ingodscorner.org.

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1. Living With a Mental Illness

1. Living With a Mental Illness

Living With a Mental Illness

In this first episode of Caroline S. Cooper’s Mental Health and Faith podcast, she introduces herself to her listeners by sharing a little of her journey to become the writer, speaker, and podcast host that she is today. She tells of childhood trauma, untreated mental illness, and the power of God. Caroline includes important lessons on how to approach life in this broken, sinful world. It is possible to have joy and live a full, productive life! To end the episode, she shares three tips for wellness, whether you live with a mental illness or not. For more information about Caroline and In God’s Corner Ministry, please visit her website at www.ingodscorner.org.

Please subscribe to this podcast. And join the conversation! Caroline welcomes your questions, suggestions, and insights. You may also contact her at caroline@ingodscorner.org.