When the holiday spirit brings loneliness, remember the promise: You are never invisible to God. As we recount the story of Mary, Joseph and Jesus, we realize that, like them, God sees and provides. He’s promised to never leave us alone. We may feel invisible but we are seen by God.
When we suffer in depression’s darkness, we rely on the love and compassion of friends and family to help traverse to the other side even though they may not understand. Learn effective ways to share about your depression with your loved ones and strengthen your support system.
In dealing with the spiritual root of depression and cooperating with God for complete healing, wholeness, and restoration, I journeyed from joy-immune to joy-full. The good news is that this transformation can be yours as well!
In my recent Dear Mom post, I shared how my son challenged me to write a letter to my now deceased mother, and to God, sharing the thoughts, sentiments, and feelings I would share if she were still here for Mother’s Day. Through the simple letter I wrote to my mom, I found healing and hope through the transformative power of God’s love.
Holidays are not always smiles and Hallmark cards. Are you one of the countless women whose heart is aching this Mother’s Day? God wants to bring comfort and healing to the brokenhearted.
I’m a recovering perfectionist. I have to say “recovering” because I’m not sure I can let go of that tendency in any way other than perfectly. Even as I try to disentangle myself from those inbred perfectionistic ways, I find myself wondering if I am doing it good enough? Am I good enough? Perfectionism is always rooted in something deeper. Read along to find out more.