Hope for the Hurting
I’m thankful for the significant things like family, friends, and health. But, I’m also thankful for tangible things. This list of things I am thankful for makes my life easier or better. Tangible things I use regularly and are in some way unique.
We all have areas of brokenness in our lives. Read more as Suzie Eller shares about healing your heart and what that looks like. She also shares one thing you may be doing that you don’t have to do anymore.
These top 24 recommended gifts are sure to please. If you’re looking for the perfect gift for that someone special on your shopping list, I have the perfect list for you.
In today’s post, Wendy Blight shares three steps to overcoming fear using truths from the Bible. This process is powerful for freedom from the prison of fear. With God’s word, you can overcome!
You may know me as an author, but I also love to read! Each year, I read between 50 and 100 books. My friends often ask me to share about my favorites so I’ve put together this list. So if you’re looking for books to put on your Christmas wish list, or books to buy for your reader loved one, you’ll definitely want to check these out.
Parenting a special needs child can be quite challenging. Misty Phillip shares important reminders that she learned through the trials her family endured with raising a special needs child who is now an adult.
Thanksgiving is the only national holiday that explicitly calls us to recognize and individually express an internal, personal attribute, namely gratitude. Is that what makes Thanksgiving the best holiday? Today on the blog, Scott Bengtson shares thoughts on gratitude and why Thanksgiving is the best holiday.
In this Ask Dr. B column, a reader is asking what to do because her husband suffers with bouts of depression. She asks if it is normal for him to be angry. When he’s depressed, his behaviors are hurtful. What do you do when a spouse is depressed?
Our words are powerful. The words we speak over our loved ones can build them up or tear them down. A neuropsychologist shares what not to say to someone with depression, anxiety or some other mental illness.
Wes Harris knows what it is like to struggle with intrusive thoughts, and to fight the compulsion to do things repeatedly in an attempt to control the anxiety that wells within him. In today’s article, Wes shares what has encouraged him in his battle against depression and obsessive compulsive disorder.