Depression & Anxiety
Depression and anxiety are on the rise in society today. How can you help? What comfort does God offer to those who are struggling? Find out more . . .
Unload your worries
“Cast all your anxiety on him because he cares for you” (1 Peter 5:7). Most of us have heard this verse many times. Personally,…
Keep an eye on your neighbor
Just a few days before Thanksgiving, one state’s governor faced severe backlash when she suggested that people should keep an eye on their neighbors—and…
God’s To-Do List for Depression
When we’re depressed, sometimes we naively think that if we just go to church, just sing the right song, or just say the right prayer, our depression will go away. But God’s to-do list for depression isn’t something he’s commanding us to do; it’s something he himself is getting done. Pastor Mike looks to a 3,000-year-old psalm to find how God is helping.
Anxiety: Finding Hope and Joy
Watch the entire devotional series from this past week as Pastor Jeremy helps us see how we can overcome anxiety and depression.
The Secret to Joy
How do you become filled with joy when you’re dealing with anxiety and depression?
How to Help Those Who Are Hurting
What can you do for someone who is struggling with anxiety and depression?
What if I Feel Unworthy?
How do you battle the feelings of unworthiness? By looking at the facts.
Where’s the Hope in a Hopeless Situation?
When it feels like this troubled world has gotten to you, where can you turn to for hope? There is always help available. The 24/7 National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is 1-800-273-8255.
Is It Wrong to Feel Anxiety?
Do you struggle with anxiety? Do you wonder if it’s a sin?
How to Handle an Emotional Roller Coaster
There’s a secret for how to overcome the roller coaster of emotions and anxious feelings.
I’m anxious all the time
All of us have at least one disability of one kind or another. Sometimes that challenge in our lives proves to be a great…
As Pharaoh’s gleaming chariots approached, fear struck the Israelites. Voices clanged like alarm bells: “Why?” “What have you done?” “Didn’t we say . ….