A reader noticed when she gets stressed, her heart races and she has a hard time catching her breath. Is it just stress, or is it something else? Read more for tips for coping with panic attacks and the best stress-reduction strategy I can offer.
Anxiety often starts off small and grows to troublesome proportions. Even Biblical greats suffered from anxiety and listened to lies from a spirit of fear. God’s answer to Moses about anxiety is the same as His answer to our doubts, fears, and anxiety today.
Anxiety and worry are an insidious thing. They creep in like a weekend guest and then take on a life of their own and move in for the long haul before you even realize what happened. Exchanging worry and anxiety for peace is not a one-time event. Beat anxiety with this process.
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.
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.
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.