The Road Home to You

Real conversations about mental health and faith

Rest Stop: Psalm 31 & 32

March 12, 2020
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How often does it feel like the whole world is not only against you but reveling in your defeat? The psalmist, David, understood those feelings but also knew and declared the truth of who God is and who God says we are meant to be.

Listen to Psalm 31 and 32 here

Listen to this week’s Psalms and find encouragement, all you who hope in the Lord.

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Special thanks to the 126er’s for the use of their song, “Rainy Sundays” as our intro and outro.

The New American Standard Bible is used by permission from The Lockman Foundation.

The episode was recorded, edited and produced at 4G’s Studios in Sandy, Oregon. 2020. All rights reserved.

Rest Stop: Psalm 29 & 30

March 6, 2020
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God is good. All the time. How often do we forget His faithfulness, though?

Join Brandy for a quick rest stop where we’ll reflect on God’s glory as we hear the heart of David cry out and give praise.

Listen to Psalm 29 & 30 Here

Don’t forget to check out this week’s all-new episode on recovery. We’ll be dropping full episodes every Tuesday full of great content about mental health in the context of faith. We’ll continue our rest stops every Friday, as we set the activities of the week aside and spend some time unwinding from the busyness of life.

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Special thanks to the 126er’s for the use of their song, “Rainy Sundays” as our intro and outro.

The New American Standard Bible is used by permission from The Lockman Foundation.

This episode was recorded, edited, and produced at 4G’s Studios in Sandy, Oregon. 2020. All rights reserved.

 

Recovery: What It Is and Who It’s For (clue…everyone)

March 3, 2020
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Welcome to the New & Improved The Road Home to You!

We’re going to start off this re-launch with Matt and Brandy in the studio talking about changes you can expect to see as the show moves forward as well as what’s been happening as they’ve been leading Genesis for Change Groups.

Listen to the Full Episode here!

Table of Contents

:50 Intro to Relaunching The Road Home to You
3:05 Why you should listen to TRHTY
5:45 Talking about mental health is important
6:50 Mental health in the context of faith
10:25 Authentic conversations with real people need to happen
11:41 Name Your Monster
13:00 Structure of show – what to expect moving forward
13:52 Call to Action – Be A Guest!
14:20 Recovery – Genesis Groups
16:25 What is Genesis?
21:10 What is the Limbic System?
23:35 Recovery means being honest & taking risks
26:10 Vulnerability in men and leaders
35:29 Progress of Recovery
45:04 Call to Action – Join a Genesis group
47:41 Upcoming Guests
48:55 Call to Action – Subscribe and Share!
50:10 Thank You’s
51:05 Blooper

The Road Home to You

“Offering hope and faith in Jesus to those wounded by others, stuck in addiction or afflicted by the storms of life.”

Genesis Groups

The Genesis Process for Change Groups are meant to happen in the context of relationship. You may gain some insight simply by going through the work on your own, but true recovery comes as learn to trust again, which can only happen as we interact with other people. You may be able to find a Genesis group at a local church. If not, feel free to contact Brandy for further information.

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Upcoming Episodes

Join Brandy next week for a discussion with guest, Brandi Voth, as we talk about this year’s Super Bowl halftime show, women’s empowerment, and human sex trafficking.

Future topics will also include infidelity, Biblical meditation, alcohol recovery, and so much more!

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Special Thanks

Thanks to the Jingle Punks for the use of their song, “Dusty Road” as our intro and outro.

This episode was recorded, edited and produced at 4G’s Studios in Sandy, Oregon. 2020. All rights reserved.

Rest Stop: Psalm 27 & 28

February 25, 2020
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Joy in the midst of suffering. That’s what David, as the Psalmist, shows us time and time again. When all is going well, David sings his praises to the Lord. When he is feeling pressed by his enemies, He cries out to God reminding himself of God’s promises and His faithfulness to deliver.

Whether you are on the mountain-top of life or feeling crushed by the weight of the world, you have a great defender, a God who will respond to your cries and be glorified in your praise.

Listen to Psalm 27 & 28 Here

Here’s a link to this week’s sermon at Community Church of Sandy which also happens to be on how we respond in the face of suffering. Listen to sermon here

 

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Special thanks to the 126er’s for the use of their song, “Rainy Sundays” as our intro and outro.

The New American Standard Bible is used by permission from The Lockman Foundation.

This episode was recorded, edited, and produced at 4G’s Studios in Sandy, Oregon. 2020. All rights reserved.

Listen to Psalm 27 & 28 Here

Rest Stop: Psalm 25 & 26

February 18, 2020
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Sit down. Rest your feet. Take a deep breath and quiet your heart.

Listen to Psalm 25 & 26 Here

When was the last time you cried out to God with the awareness of your own shortcomings and sins? Have you ever just let it all out? God knows your heart, he knows your deeds, but have YOU actually owned up to your own transgressions?

Follow David’s example. Time and again, David acknowledges his own sins and time and again, he asks for forgiveness and courage to live with integrity. The only way we move closer to God is by renouncing our sin and setting our sights on the grace of Jesus at the cross, where all those sins were washed away in one final sacrificial gift.

God doesn’t want to hold your sin over your head to condemn you. He wants you to address it so that he can transform your heart into one that beats in rhythm with his.

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Special thanks to the 126’ers for the use of their song, Rainy Sundays as our intro and outro.

The New America Standard Bible is used by permission from The Lockman Foundation.

This episode was recorded, edited and produced at 4G’s Studios in Sandy, Oregon. 2020. All rights reserved.

 

Rest Stop: Psalm 23 & 24

February 11, 2020
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King David knew a thing or two about fear and finding security and comfort God. Even as a young shepherd boy he had to protect his flock from predators.

Listen in this week as David shares one of his most beloved poems, speaking from a place of personal understanding. Be encouraged by the promise of God that He has you safely guarded and will love you tenderly through the trials.

Listen to Psalm 23 & 24 here

 

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Special thanks to the 126er’s for the use of their song, “Rainy Sundays” as our intro and outro.

The New American Standard Bible was used by permission from The Lockman Foundation.

This episode was recorded, edited and produced at 4G’s Studios in Sandy, Oregon. 2020. All rights reserved.

 

Listen to Psalm 23 & 24 here

Rest Stop: Psalms 21 & 22

February 4, 2020
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Feeling discouraged, downtrodden, conspired against? Even kings feel that way. Listen in as King David, the man after God’s own heart shares his heart with God. Listen to the prophetic song that David writes in Psalm 22 and take courage that God is for you. The battles may seem overwhelming, but the war has been won.

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Special thanks to the 126er’s for the use of their song, Rainy Days as our intro and outro.

The New American Standard Bible is used with permission by The Lockman Foundation.

This episode was recorded, edited, and produced at 4G’s Studios in Sandy, Oregon. 2020. All rights reserved.

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