Hope for the Hurting
I’m thankful for depression. Sometimes it’s difficult to see the redemptive side of situations while we are in the middle of the mess, but that’s exactly where our faith has an opportunity to grow.
Even though this has been a year full of doctor appointments, surgeries, labor work, and chemotherapy treatments, I am grateful for all we’ve experienced and for those not so little things that I sometimes take for granted.
Life and circumstances can be hard. Do you ever forget to breathe? Do you have to be reminded to take a breath? In those difficult circumstances, where do you place your focus and find peace?
I failed you, and today I’m asking for your forgiveness. As a professional in the mental health community, and as a leader in the church, I am seeking your forgiveness because I believe that we have let you down…
When you’ve done all you can do… stand. Sometimes you have to drive a stake into the ground and tell the enemy, No More!
When life is hard, it can leave us feeling spent and our emotions turned upside down. What do you do when your emotions are raw? Who do you turn to when your friends don’t understand the circumstances you’re facing?
How do you move from hopeless to hope-filled? Healing from depression is hard work. Do you know where walking in victory over depression begins? Learn more here.
As we journey through depression’s valley, remember, just like Job, God puts limits on just how far He lets the enemy go. Read more for ways God limits the impact of depression in our lives.
I’m excited to announce that on October 25, 2017 the “Hope Prevails: Insights From a Doctor’s Personal Journey Through Depression Bible Study” will be released and available from most major book retailers!
In order to journey through the valley of depression and make it to the other side, we must address its spiritual components. Read more for three things depression does to us spiritually.
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