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Depression & Anxiety

When the fever breaks

Having the flu is no fun, especially when it’s accompanied by aches, fever, and chills that make you toss and turn all night, shivering…

Bible 101

The cure

I am one of over 14 million people who suffer from some form of autoimmune disease. If you add those who suffer from the…

Depression & Anxiety

Plug in to the power source

A young man was studying to be a pastor when he learned that his brother had been killed. He felt he should be able…

Friends & Family

What the dying would have done differently

A few years ago, Bronnie Ware, an Australian author, wrote a book about her experiences in listening to dying people. As she dialogued with…

Life’s Challenges

A natural resistance

People who are approaching death sometimes have a surge of energy a day or two before they pass. They may be able to do…

Life’s Challenges

Living hope

I listened to a story that broke my heart. A relatively young woman was recounting when her husband received a terminal diagnosis and only…

Life’s Challenges

Zoom in for gratitude

A French artist named Lucas Vaskange creates a specific style of digital art known as infinite zoom. Each image he creates has another image…

Depression & Anxiety

Always

I have a video of him clowning around in grade 6. Floppy hair, enormous grin. His arms are thrown over his friends’ shoulders. They…

Life’s Challenges

Just let me cry

Some years ago when a Christian family member passed away suddenly, I was moved to tears in my grief. Another family member told me…

Life’s Challenges

Your pain has a purpose

I recently read The Problem of Pain by C. S. Lewis, and it shattered some of my old ways of thinking about life’s troubles….

Life’s Challenges

The shadow of death

Every funeral I’ve attended has included Psalm 23. This psalm pours on comfort with its opening words: “The Lord is my Shepherd” (verse 1)….

Life’s Challenges

Heating and pounding

Have you ever watched a silversmith work? It’s mesmerizing. As a child, I attended a renaissance festival and was captivated by the craftsmanship. The…