The Seacoast Podcast: Things You Won't Hear On Sunday

80 - Irene Rollins: Overcoming Addiction and Reframing Shame

January 09, 2024 Seacoast Church
The Seacoast Podcast: Things You Won't Hear On Sunday
80 - Irene Rollins: Overcoming Addiction and Reframing Shame
Show Notes

Addiction hurts those who struggle as well as those who love the one doing the battling. Irene Rollins shares how her alcohol addiction almost cost her everything  most dear to her. This story and what she's learned on her journey is the foundation of her book Reframe Your Shame: Experience Freedom from What Holds You Back. If you struggle with addiction, you are loved, and as long as there's breath in your lungs, your story can be redeemed. 

With Lynne Stroy, Tomelex Copeland, and Joey Svendsen contributing to the conversation with Irene, the four also discuss the nature of women being competitive with one another; they talk about whether they have a special trust in businesses who claim to have Christian owners and navigate whether it's ever too late to bring up a grievance to one who has offended.  

Irene Rollins is a certified emotional intelligence coach; she loves to study human behavior, enabling her to understand a wide variety of people and guide them to be the best version of themselves through her teaching, writing, and coaching.

After almost twenty-five years in full-time ministry, serving as Senior Pastors of a thriving church called i5 City, Irene and her husband Jimmy felt a shift in their ministry focus. Irene and Jimmy founded the ministry of TWO = ONE with a mission to help build strong marriages that result in healthy families that impact our communities for the better.

In this episode
Irene Rollins / Instagram / Book / Marriage Ministry
Lynne Stroy, host / Instagram
Tomelex Copeland, host / Facebook
Joey Svendsen, host / Instagram

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Executive Producer: Josh Surratt
Producer/Editor: Joey Svendsen
Sound Engineer/Editor: JT Price
Sound Engineer: Katelyn Vandiver

Music, including theme song: Joel T. Hamilton Music

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