With the Coronavirus outbreak, the world is facing astronomical amounts of worry, fear, and anxiety. God tells us in His Word, be anxious for nothing; do not worry about tomorrow; do not be afraid. But, how do you do that effectively? In this episode, Scott and I discuss more practical tips to exchange worry, fear, and anxiety for peace during a crisis. Trusting God is key!
For many of our children, the Coronavirus is the first major crisis they have ever had to face, at least on such a global level. Today’s podcast episode is unique in that I have the opportunity to interview a teenager, my son Bryce, to help understand their perspective and what they might be doing to try to manage the emotional impact that crises have on them. We discuss ways that help us understand worry, fear, and anxiety in our teens and children and what we and they can do about it.
Everyone will fight challenges and trials at some point in their life. Currently, the world is facing the Coronavirus outbreak with astronomical amounts of worry, fear, and anxiety. In this podcast episode, Scott and I discuss ways to defeat anxiety during a crisis like the Coronavirus.
A podcast episode for those who have had suicidal thoughts, have survived an attempted suicide, suffered the loss of a friend or loved one to death by suicide, or experienced depression or anxiety, join me with my guest, Veronica Sites, as we talk about Hope for Recovery for Suicide Attempt Survivors.
No parent ever wants to receive a phone call saying your child has been arrested and charged with a crime. Yet, that is the situation my guest, Shonda Whitworth, faced. In this podcast episode, she shares her heartache, what the Lord has taught her, how her prayer life has changed and the hope available for parents of incarcerated children.
Human trafficking, exploitation, and abuse are happening to people in our own cities and neighborhoods. But, it is so easy for us to go about our daily life oblivious to the hurt and pain and bondage of others around us. In this episode, my guest, Brenda Harkins, and I talk about this troublesome issue, and how victims can find hope and healing.