Hope for the Hurting
The fall and winter months breed the blues. Research has shown that as little as 15 minutes of exercise a day can improve our mood and outlook. Read on to see what advice Dr. Bengtson has.read more
Winter is fast approaching, and for many, it brings with it the darkness of depression. Read on to learn how to combat the winter blues.read more
In hard times, we can begin to question God. We may also believe lies about our situation. It is then that we need to stand on the truth of God’s word, and believe His promises.read more
We work harder, try harder, and exhaust ourselves trying to be a “good” Christian. But God’s word says we already have everything we need to live a Godly life!read more
A woman who had every justifiable reason to complain instead modeled the epitome of faith, persistence, and Christ-like love.read more
Times of crisis seem to punctuate the waiting times. The wait often seems harder, longer, or even less do-able. Those situations can test our faith. Do we believe the circumstances we are in, or do we hold strong and believe God’s truth?read more
The outcome of our experience may depend more on our attitude than the actual situation we encounter. I am reminded that I can largely influence the result of my experience by the attitude with which I face the situation. I must deliberately choose that which is right, that which is positive.read more
When we focus on what we have the opportunity to be thankful for, a subtle shift takes place in our heart and in our mind. The focus moves from ourselves and our own circumstances to God and His generosity, goodness, and faithfulness.read more
I can look back and see how my struggle to fully trust God has been much like a game of tug of war. At times I trust Him so easily, yet at other times, I seem to fight with all my might by trying to achieve in my own strength rather than trusting His. So I began to seek out how to trust God more quickly and completely.read more
Sometimes we say we want to get well, yet we aren’t really willing to do what it will take. We are more comfortable in our known misery than in the discomfort of the unknown.read more
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