Hope for the Hurting
Friendship breakups are often more painful than romantic relationship breakups, yet we seldom talk about them. Have you ever wondered what to do when a friendship breaks up? Have you ever wondered what caused a friendship breakup? Or how to keep it from happening again? Read more for what to do when a friendship breaks up.
Are you seeking joy or wondering how to find joy when depressed? I’m a doctor who treated patients with depression then fell prey to depression’s grip myself. It was only when I dealt with the spiritual roots of depression that I found true help, hope, and healing. Read more for how I overcame to live a life full of joy.
Hospice care is not without hope. Entering hospice care does not mean all hope is lost. Read more as Shelley Sisson, a retired hospice and palliative care nurse, shares a hope-filled perspective that dispels someone unfortunate common myths about hospice care.
You never know when God might use you unexpectedly. But if there’s one thing I know, God uses pain for good. Are you facing a difficult situation today? Read more to see how by His sovereign hand, God uses pain for good and brings beauty for painful ashes.
As a caregiver, you’re expected to meet someone else’s needs, all while keeping normal life afloat. Sarah Forgrave, author of Prayers of Hope for Caregivers, shares 10 Bible Verses that offer encouragement for caregivers who feel alone, weary, hopeless and frazzled. Enter the book giveaway for your chance to win a free copy of Sarah’s book!
I say I trust God in everything. But, what does that look like? Does it mean I believe everything He says? As I’ve read scriptures, God issued a challenge to me by showing me one little word that makes ALL the difference.
If you or someone you know is healing after abortion, you may wonder if you are forgiven? Does God still love you? What about God’s grace and mercy? Can your life still have purpose and meaning? Jessica DeYoung shares from her experience 5 things that will give you hope in the healing journey ahead.
As I comforted a friend who had lost her father, I thought back on hard times my family had endured. The loss of loved ones, cancer, miscarriage and more. God will see you through the storm. Read more for 3 scriptures that give hope when you don’t know how you’ll make it through.
In the case of traumatic brain injury, loved ones are often unfamiliar with the concept of concussion, much less what to expect or how to help. In such unfamiliar territory, they don’t even know what questions to ask medical personnel in order to better understand. Read more for information on what a concussion is, symptoms, healing and recovery, and ways a family can help their loved one who has suffered a traumatic brain injury or concussion.
Worry, fear, and anxiety—emotions that most of us will experience at some point in our life. I’ve certainly endured my share of anxiety, but what an encouragement it is to know that God knew ahead of time that we were bound to struggle and gave us input on how to manage it when it occurred. Read more for 40 scriptures to combat worry, fear, anxiety and panic attacks.