Tonight's Hope In The Night includes discussions on Dissociative Identity Disorder, Satanism, Occult, Verbal & Emotional Abuse, Manipulation, Victimization, Forgiveness.
Hope In The Night has celebrated 15 years of late-night ministry and was nominated as the National Religious Broadcasters "Talk Show of the Year" in 2007. There are no in-studio guests on Hope In The Night, just June Hunt and her announcer and co-host, veteran Christian broadcaster Jim Cress. The "guests" on this program are the callers, and they're treated with careful respect, rather than being rushed, dismissed and replaced. This compassionate approach is based on June's profound belief in the importance of every individual with whom she communicates, in person or on the air.
When anger bursts forth, people are unsure of how to handle it. They’re told anger is always bad, so they stuff it, mask it, and even medicate it to keep it from surfacing again. But in doing so, they never get to the root of the problem and learn constructive ways for dealing with it. The Answer to Anger provides clear, compassionate counsel for mastering this emotion.