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Mental Health Awareness

Mental Health Awareness

  Love your neighbor as you love as yourself. — Matthew 22:39 A big part of loving ourselves (and others) is taking care of our mental health. As believers, we’re called to serve, but no one can pour from an empty cup! October is National Depression and Mental Health Screening Month, a perfect time to

Grief: take one step at a time, one day at a time.

Where Is God When I’m Grieving?

The Goodness of God Can you truly say that God is good? “One of the worst things you can do as a Christian is to go around with this plasticized mask on saying, ‘I love God, and He’s so good,’ when your heart is breaking inside,” says Dr. Joseph Stowell. “Sometimes you may say, ‘God

Through a Season of Grief Where Is the Hope?

Editor’s note: Jesus didn’t tell us that we might have trouble, could go through heartbreak, and should be shocked if we ever surprisingly endure sudden loss and bereavement. He told us that in this world we will have trouble. Because of that, even as Christians, we experience grief and sadness. If you’re there today, you

May Is Mental Health Awareness Month

Love your neighbor as you love as yourself. — Matthew 22:39 A big part of loving ourselves (and others! We see you, spouses!) is taking care of our mental health. As believers, we’re called to serve, but no one can pour from an empty cup! May is Mental Health Awareness Month, a perfect time to

Grief Recovery Tool Kit

Grief Recovery Tool Kit

Grief Recovery Tool Kit During a crisis, it is important to have the proper tools and equipment at your disposal. For the next few weeks, you will be introduced to several “tools” that will help you make it through grief and reconstruct your life. Pick the resources that best suit you. In the Bible, David

What to Do While Grieving

You can’t stay here. The journey of grief is one that you must ultimately decide to complete. You cannot remain where you are right now. Time moves forward, and so must you. “You can’t stay here because God’s Word is always going forward,” says Dr. Ray Pritchard. In Philippians 3:14 Paul says that he moved

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