In the first episode of our “Hello, Freedom! Summer Road Trip” series, you heard Rece and Liesl Dunlap share their family’s story of how God helped Rece overcome Avoidant Restrictive Food Intake Disorder (ARFID). It was during this journey that Liesl recognized the grip that food and negative body image had on her life, moving her to seek help.
In this episode, Liesl shares with FINDINGbalance Executive Director and Old School Food Freedom host Chrissy Kirkman how the Lord illuminated hope for freedom from disordered eating bondage, the challenges she faced when choosing to seek help, and how Christ-centered community and biblical truth made all the difference in her ability to walk in true freedom.
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CHRIST-CENTERED RESOURCES TO HELP YOU FIND FREEDOM:
Eating Issues Test:
Not sure where you stand with eating issues? Take a test
The Daily Vitamin eDevo:
A free devotional with bite-sized truth emailed 5 days a week
Find connection with Bible study and prayer groups
Digital Learning Library:
Library of free videos, articles, recommended books, and expert Q&A
Christian Treatment Finder:
Connecting you with Christian providers experienced in treating eating issues.
Lasting Freedom Online Course:
A Christ-centered, non-diet course to work through false beliefs about food and weight so you can live free from disordered eating and body image issues.
Music by “MokkaMusic”; track: Old Jeans (Funk)
Production & Editing by Marketing With Wisdom
The content in this podcast is for informational purposes only and is not intended to diagnose, treat, or prescribe a particular course of action. If you or someone you care about is battling an eating disorder and is experiencing unmanageable thoughts or feelings, please call 911 (if in the U.S.), or visit your nearest emergency room.