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The Hope Report is here to do just that….bring hope in the name of Jesus Christ.  This faith-based podcast provides a community for believers (and anyone curious about faith!) where we can give each other a hand up, in the same way that Jesus gives each of us His hand whenever we need the support.  The Hope Report is brought to you by the Lindell Recovery Network, an addiction-focused non-profit serving recovering addicts, and hosted by Melissa Huray and Jason Perry, both of whom have had lives touched by addiction and other struggles.  The podcast features inspirational testimonies and interviews, bible studies, addiction counseling and resources, regular segments with military and law enforcement veterans, and opportunities for listeners to engage with the community.

 

“Be strong, and let your heart be courageous, all you who put your hope in the Lord.” – Psalm 31:24 CSV

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Melissa Huray has dedicated the last fifteen years of her life to helping people with addictions find freedom through the power of Jesus Christ. Though she found Jesus at a young age, she soon set off on a rebellious path of drinking, partying, and popping diet pills.  She did not yet know her identity in Christ...

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Jason Perry is a Christian entrepreneur and patriot, having served his country as a Navy SEAL for 16 years and as a Boston SWAT Officer for 4 years.  Along with The Hope Report, Jason currently focuses on honoring GOD through his personal ministry and podcast, Patriot Crusader Mission...

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  1. Mike Lindell comes into my home nightly and FrankSpeech comes on my phone daily. I love all the things this brother in Christ seeks to advance God's kingdom around the globe but especially here in the USA. I recently published my first book, "Finding True Love in a Prickly Pear World" by IBG. This book is a powerful, recovery-oriented look at God's amazing unconditional love. God brought Mike Lindell to mind during prayer and I would love to send him a copy. I just need to know where to send it. Please let me know if this is possible. Thank you and God Bless

  2. Hi there, I hope these that these sentences will reach someone attention and help me, I am a father on Father’s Day and my son is a drug addict, we found needles in his bag and we have a house with grand kids, I have tried tough love and love of a saint and nothing works, my son has a big problem, can someone call me or make any suggestions, I would be very grateful. 6102073091 Paul Moonsammy

    1. Hi Paul, I am sorry to hear of the problems with your son, there is nothing harder than trying to help someone who doesn't want it. We have a lot of resources on www.lindellrecoverynetwork.org, additionally, Jason and I recently did a podcast on the Hope Report called "Ways to Help Your Adult Children out of Addiction." I would encourage you to watch it and get some ideas from there. I regret that we cannot call you or provide counseling, assessment, or referral. I hope some of these things may help. God bless you. Melissa

  3. Dear Mr. Lindell, I have a sleepwear company of my own. I have since moved on to other ventures. I feel I have a slogan that would be excellent for your company. I created it for mine but have not used it. If I could have just a minute of your time I would love for you to hear it. I think you would find it very pleasant and pleasing as a slogan for "My Pillow" advertising. If I could talk to you in person I would appreciate it more than you will ever know. My email is above and my phone # is 818-605-3843. Thank you for your time in this matter and hope to hear from you. Thanks again, Shane Durke

    1. Hi Shane, The Hope Report is a testimony based show that illustrates the power of Jesus in breaking chains and freeing people of addictions and brokenness. We wouldn't be the venue to pitch your idea. I would suggest checking out mystore.com - though that platform is primarily for inventors with products ready for market. Blessings, Melissa

  4. Pls pray for my son Tommy Jarrett. He is a 20+ year meth addict. We have tried to help him in every way possible to complete rehab programs that he has entered. He is homeless. I have read Mike's book and found my way here to get help for him. Please pray for him, and for our family. Thank you Anna Jarrett

  5. Hi, Enjoying your work. I am looking for the name of the book that changed your life about Atheists

    1. Hi Fran! Thank you for watching our show! The book I believe you are speaking about is "I Don't Have Enough Faith to Be An Atheist" by Frank Turek. God bless you! Melissa

  6. My husband and I love Mike Lindell and all he stands for. We pray for those caughter in addiction. We have just moed and are looking for a bible based church (with biblical conservative values). The flyer than came with the sheets we ordered at My Pillow mentions this sight as having a list of Bible-based churches. I cannot find it. We live in Bridgewater, Va 22812. Thank you GOD BLESS!

  7. I live in zip 08088 Are there any Jesus centered recovery centers I had a HX of addiction that ended w salvation But then I developed horrible migraines-that lasted 12 hours - four times a week for years+became dependent on pain pills+then was in mult car accidents -rear ended as a visiting nurse-so had nerve damage*more migraines+herniated+bulging disc -+back pain* I'm finally better-and w the Lord's help I'm only taking a few tramadol+weaning off those. But I've never rec'd counseling and I'm really having a hard time*I'm also on 0.5mg Klonopin-i was on 8mg +got down to this any w the Lord's help I've always been a loner except for when raising my kids and helping w grands. It would be nice to have some people to pray+share with. My upbringing was horrible beatings+a home full of porn-so I never felt good about how I look or felt wanted That's it God bless Mike for all he does I try to purchase gifts from my pillow for my kids+grands when I can Happy resurrection day

  8. Looking for my husband to be in treatment for alcoholism do you have facilities in Tennessee

  9. My son has a problem with alcoholism, I am looking for help. We live in Phoenix AZ.

  10. My step son who is 30 has been using opiods for 12 years, currently fentanyl is his drug of choice. Can you recommend a good inpatient rehab facility that I don't have to sell everything I own to afford to get him some help? Desperate in Arkansas

    1. Hi Laura, if you go to www.lindellrecoverynetwork.org and watch the featured message of hope at the bottom of the main page, it will direct you to sign up for a free account. Then you can access everything inside - the treatment locator in under Option B. A quick search I made shows Gethsemane Outreach in Hot Springs, Teen Challenge, Shreveport Rescue Mission, and a few more. You can enter your zip code into the search feature - the fewer numbers you enter, the broader the search. I hope this his helps!

  11. I have been a believer for several years, but I still struggle with addictions. It seems like every time I here a testimony the person is delivered and their life is totally transformed sometimes without even any remaining cravings or temptations. I have to be honest, I feel frustrated because I never experienced a miraculous deliverance from any temptations and desires to self medicate. Is there anyone who can relate?

    1. Hi Steve, I can relate, I tried for 4 years to stop and continued going back time and time again. Only when I was devastated by the consequences of drinking and came to the end of myself did God meet me. Do not give up - God works differently with all of us. I believe if you are earnestly seeking him, he will use everything you’re going through for your good. Have you checked out the LRN? Www.lindellrecoverynetwork.org there are lots of stories of people who had many relapses an years of struggle before they were delivered. I would encourage you to go through the Operation Restored Warrior program under Option C. Until you experience heart restoration through Jesus, you will continue acting out from the wounds in your heart. May God bless your journey! -Melissa

  12. Please I'm looking for help for my sister Kathy. She has a serious drinking disorder and needs help before it kills her. She was just in hospital for wrecking her vehicle 2 times this past weekend. Please She is going die without help, she can't do it on her own. She has been drinking for 20+ years.

    1. Hi Kathy, Thank you for your comment. I have to say, probably 90% of the people who seek us out for help are doing so for a friend or family member. This is a tremendously difficult situation. I know, my father died of liver failure even though his family begged endlessly for him to stop drinking. 1. Ask your sister if she is willing to do something about her problem. This is huge. Basically, there is nothing you can do to “make” someone want to get help. They need to come to the conclusion their behavior needs to change. 2. You can pursue a family intervention, but even then - it is the addict’s choice whether they want to get the help that is being offered. 3. If you are concerned for her safety, you can have police do a welfare check on her at her home - but even then, if police arrive and she says she is fine/doesn’t need anything, they will not force her to go to detox, get help, etc. 4. You can pursue the civil commitment process to mandate her to treatment - this is very hard with an adult, you need a mountain of evidence generally that they should be mandated to a facility (documented overdoses, hospital visits, ER visits, etc) and usually a physician’s note or social worker to sign off on this. If you want to pursue this, you could contact your county of residence and speak to someone in the chemical health department about steps to take. Lastly, I would set boundaries with her and follow through with them, continue to offer love and pray for her, but don’t do things at the expense of yourself or your sanity. Go to Al-Anon meetings and get your own therapist. I hope this helps! Blessings, Melissa

  13. I am looking for Christian resources for my son. I put his information in and you have nothing in his area. He lives in Colorado Springs, CO. I can't believe in a city that size they're is nothing available.

    1. Hi Karen, When entering the zip code, entering fewer numbers will populate more matches. I entered "80" and it pulled up many in Denver (which I know is 1.5 hours from you) but Adult and Teen Challenge Denver would be a good bet as well as Victory Outreach in Colorado Springs - www.victoryworldoutreach.com I hope this helps, and may God bless you. -Melissa

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HOPE REPORT DISCLAIMER

Thank you for tuning in to the Hope Report! We sincerely welcome your comments, feedback, and show ideas. We are also happy to offer prayer for you or a struggling friend or family member. Please send an email including the first name of the person needing prayer, and we will be faithful to pray over each and every request.

Due to legal and ethical concerns, we regret that we are unable to respond to emails which request advice, assessment, counseling, or guidance with regard to an addiction, mental health, or physical issue. We would advise you to seek emergency services or immediate medical attention if you are at risk of drug or alcohol-related withdrawal or are suicidal.

We would encourage you to go to www.lindellrecoverynetwork.org to access resources, video testimonials, a database of Christian treatment centers, and the Operation Restored Warrior online video course. Everything is free of charge and designed to help introduce you to a relationship with Jesus Christ and to free you from the bonds of addiction.

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