Meet June Hunt
A dynamic Christian leader, Hunt has made landmark contributions in the field of Christian counseling. As part of a lifelong commitment to providing Godís truth for todayís problems, she hosts two radio programs. Hope For The Heart is an award-winning broadcast heard daily on approximately 120 stations across America, and Hope In The Night is a live two-hour call-in counseling program that helps people untie their tangled problems with biblical hope and practical help. Through her warmth, wisdom, and gentle candor, Hunt builds penetrating dialogues with listeners, often with life-changing results.
After years of teaching and research, Hunt developed 100 topical Biblical Counseling Keys, which now comprise The Biblical Counseling Library. The Counseling Keys have been translated into multiple languages. Hunt also penned How to Forgive...When You Donít Feel Like It, the Counseling Through Your Bible Handbook, Bonding with Your Teen through Boundaries, and over 30 HopeBooks. Caring for a Loved One with Cancer comes out of her own experience as a cancer survivor and offers a personal view on how to better express love and compassion to a loved one with cancer. She is also a contributor to the Soul Care Bible and the Women's Devotional Bible.
In her latest release, Seeing Yourself Through Godís Eyes, Hunt shares how feelings of low self-worth can be defeated by embracing our God-given worth. Her 31 biblical "I am" statements help readers find freedom from their old limitations so they can see their true potential through the eyes of Godís love.
As a musician with five releases, Hunt has been featured on NBC's Today Show, toured overseas with the USO, and has been a guest soloist with the Billy Graham Crusades. Numerous national television and radio programs have featured Hunt as a guest, including 100 Huntley Street, The 700 Club, HomeLife, Life Today, and Celebration.
A sought-after conference speaker as well as a popular guest professor at colleges and seminaries, Hunt speaks around the world on topics such as crisis counseling, abuse, anger and forgiveness, singleness, and self-worth. In addition to numerous accolades, in 2008 she was the recipient of the prestigious Women in Christian Media Excellence in Communications Award.