The Hope + Help Podcast offers interviews with seasoned biblical counseling professionals and ministry leaders on a variety of topics regarding life’s challenging problems. Listeners can expect to receive biblical wisdom as well as practical steps for facing suffering, struggling, and sin with courage and grace.
Christine Chappell is an author, writer, and host of the Hope + Help Podcast. She is passionate about advocating for biblical one-another care and discipleship in the context of the local church. Her writing has been featured at Desiring God, The Gospel Coalition, Risen Motherhood, Servants of Grace, and other Christian platforms. Christine blogs regularly at christinemchappell.com and lives in South Carolina with her husband and three children.
We need street-level theology, where hope becomes helpful. The Hope + Help Podcast guides listeners think biblically, live compassionately, and move forward together with gospel-centered joy. I hope you will subscribe, listen, and grow!
As a pastor’s wife, I consider this podcast a gift to the church. When I don’t know how to address challenging issues, I know that the Hope + Help Podcast will offer specific and biblical counsel that I can share with others.
The Hope + Help Podcast is like a refreshing glass of spring water for your soul. Christine displays a rare blend of graciousness and discernment that helps her listeners with their real-life struggles, while also pointing them to the ultimate hope found only in Jesus Christ.
I love that Christine isn’t afraid to address the difficult issues that many in the church would prefer to avoid, and she doesn’t just give those issues a superficial glance. She does her research and asks pertinent, thought provoking questions in a way that gives her listeners tools to respond wisely to the material presented.
The Hope + Help Podcast will help you view life’s challenging problems through the lens of Scripture. Listen, download, and subscribe to continue to grow as faithful followers of Christ.
The Hope + Help Podcast offers sound biblical wisdom on a variety of life’s challenges. Christine’s genuine interest in helping fellow sojourners is displayed though the care she gives to both guest and listeners. You’ll be refreshed and encouraged as you hear truth applied to the everyday trials of life.
IBCD has long been my go-to for quality biblical counseling resources and the well just got deeper and the water even sweeter. The Hope + Help podcast is a great addition to the IBCD family. Christine is a wonderful host who draws wisdom from leaders within the Biblical counseling movement to provide her listeners with content that is both scriptural and practical. This podcast is a must listen for the Biblical counselor.
After taping an episode of the show, it became clear to me that Christine cares first about proclaiming the life-changing truth of Scripture, next about the good of her guests and her audience, and not at all about her own fame. Being interviewed on the Hope + Help Podcast is an opportunity to join Christine in her mission of service to the vulnerable and hurting in Christ’s beloved church.
Christine is one of the best podcast interviewers I’ve had the joy of spending time with. She’s thoughtful, charitable, and probing. But more than anything, she just wants to be helpful to followers of Jesus.
Christine is passionate about connecting the broken and needy—that’s everyone!—with the help and hope found only in Jesus Christ. In just one cyber hour with Christine on the Hope + Help Podcast, I felt like I had a new friend. She’s the real deal, and her open, cut-to-the-chase take on life is a tremendous gift to so many.
Every time I listen to the Hope + Help Podcast, I know I’ll walk away with insight and encouragement. Christine’s thoughtful questions help all of us care for those who are hurting and understand our own pain in light of the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Christine’s love for Christ and compassion for others shines through in her podcast interviews and posts. It was a joy and blessing to chat about motherhood with her.