Hope for the Hurting
If you’ve been the victim of spiritual abuse, you get to choose how you move forward. Jill Monaco shares three steps to heal from spiritual abuse. When you partner with God, focusing on His goodness and presence, He can finish the good work He started in you to bring healing to completion.
Do you ever give in to the fallacies of the lies that say you aren’t good enough? I do. I wish I didn’t, and I think I’m making progress, and then I’ve fallen down a slippery slope. When we listen to the lies that whisper we aren’t good enough, we’ve been duped. The truth is, there is proof that we are good enough.
Is your single life a time filled with waiting, distress and frustration? It doesn’t have to be that way. God provided tools so you can enjoy your single life. If you are struggling to be content as a single, Hannah Schermerhorn shares three lessons that helped her embrace her single life.
How do you become your true self and show up authentically? Do the mixed messages you hear stop you from allowing the real you to come forward? Laura Acuna shares how to get past shame so you can be more of your God-designed self, not less.
Learn about eating disorders from a board certified clinical neuropsychologist including what eating disorders are, the types of eating disorders, the causes and symptoms of eating disorders, the physical, emotional, and social effects of eating disorders, as well as possible treatments for eating disorders.
When someone is depressed, they have a choice to make: to either let depression define them or to desire joy bad enough to seek after it with obedience and sacrifice. Jesus offered us the same joy he had; the fullest possible joy. This journey from depression into joy can be very hard, but if we want joy bad enough, we will seek after it. Read more for how to shift your mindset to lead a joy-filled life.
Did you know that our brain reacts to rejection the same way it does when we experience physical pain? Yet, too often, we don’t take the time to process our emotions surrounding rejection in a healthy way. We may deny our hearts the space it needs to heal. Or cultivate and sow seeds of bitterness about what happened. Jessica Van Roekel shares three steps we can use to handle rejection in a healthy way.
Depression can be perpetuated by focusing on ourselves and our own pain, but when we focus instead on others and their needs, our own pain is lessened. It makes us feel good and gives us a fresh perspective of the verse in Nehemiah 8:10 that says, “the joy of the Lord is my strength.” Read more for how to shift your focus when you’re feeling down or in despair.
Rejection is painful and leaves an emotional scar. We’ve all experienced it at some time, but what’s the best way to deal with it? Jessica Van Roekel shares how to deal with rejection by asking three questions that will reframe the experience and filter it through God’s word. You can reframe rejection so that you find courage and walk with hope.
Through my experiences as a neuropsychologist and my own journey through depression, I’ve learned that even in hard times, including depression, cancer, or relationship difficulties, I could still rejoice and you can too! Whatever hard times you are going through, you are not alone! God is with you!