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February. The longest shortest month of the year. Thankfully the Roman emperors who modified the calendar gave it only 28 days and only allowed…
Help carry the load
On January 30, Cheslie Kryst, Miss USA 2019, died by suicide. With a law degree and an MBA, she was a civil attorney, a…
We’re depressed . . .
Everything I read says that depression is through the roof—men, women, the elderly, and even kids. Logically, a person would assume that people in…
Christianity and mental health
Last December, Gallup reported that our country’s mental health was as low as it has ever been since they started gathering data in 2001….
How to Fight Anxiety
Watch the entire devotional series from this week as Pastor Mike gives us five steps to help us overcome anxiety.
Fight Anxiety: Step 5
When we’re stuck in our own heads with anxiety weighing down our hearts, here is one of the most powerful things we can do.
Fight Anxiety: Step 4
In our struggles against anxiety, remember that there is also a spiritual enemy against us. But Pastor Mike encourages us to fight back because we can take the enemy down with one word.
Fight Anxiety: Step 3
Jesus makes an incredible offering to help us battle anxiety. It starts with seeking these two things.
Fight Anxiety: Step 2
When we’re anxious, it’s so easy to think of everything that’s wrong or could go wrong. So then we just flip that thinking. But how? Pastor Mike gives us the second practical step to battling anxiety.
Fight Anxiety: Step 1
Is anxiety part of your story? Pastor Mike opens up the Bible and helps us deal with anxiety with this simple first step.
The local news reported that the suicide rate among farmers is now higher than it is among veterans and that farmers are becoming addicted…
Don’t Dwell on “What If?”
We often live in the “what ifs” of life, and it presses us down into negativity. So change the question. Pastor Jon explains.