Hope For The Heart and Hope In The Night are radio ministries of June Hunt. As June helps her guest personally, she shares God’s heart and steps to solutions on topics like alcohol and drug abuse, anger, divorce, reconciliation, abortion, domestic violence, homosexuality, loneliness, self-worth, teenagers, and more.
Hope For The Heart
Today’s Hope For The Heart with June Hunt is a half-hour radio program that shatters most of the commonly held misconceptions about Christian radio . . . It is changing minds, changing hearts and changing lives by sharing personal examples of life challenges from real callers and helping them discover the hope to be found in Jesus Christ.
This daily half-hour program is carried today on over 300 outlets and features edited calls from its live call-in sister program, Hope in The Night. Listeners are invited to virtually sit in on a one-on-one session during which June uses Scripture to provide biblical hope and practical help.
Hope For The Heart broadcasts were launched in 1986, on 23 U.S. radio stations. In its first year it was awarded the National Religious Broadcasters Genesis Award for the “Best New Radio Program,” and in 1989 Hope For The Heart was again honored as the “NRB Radio Program of the Year.” The program has been awarded numerous honors in more than 30 years on the air. The ministry’s approach to biblical counseling has always been based on June Hunt’s Biblical Counseling Keys, which present clear scriptural solutions to 100 real-life problems, ranging from Depression to Wife Abuse, Self-Worth to Forgiveness.
Hope In The Night
Each weeknight on Hope In The Night, June Hunt gently works through some of life’s most painful problems with callers. We often hear from callers who are desperate for answers: “I’m not sure I can do this anymore … I feel so alone. … Where is God? I thought He cared about me!” Often, listeners find themselves examining their own circumstances and listen with anticipation as June Hunt shares wisdom from God’s Word that offers renewed hope.
Listeners who tune in to Hope In The Night quickly realize that the program is one of a kind. The unique intimacy of late-night radio gives listeners the opportunity of having someone like June speak directly into their lives.”
As June helps her guest personally, she shares God’s heart and steps to solutions on topics like alcohol and drug abuse, anger, divorce, reconciliation, abortion, domestic violence, homosexuality, loneliness, self-worth, teenagers, and more.
To support this ministry, write, call, or donate online.
Hope For The Heart
P.O. Box 7
Dallas, TX 75221
Phone: 1-800-488-4673 | Website: Hopefortheheart.org