Posts tagged “Depression”
Overcoming personal baggage
Some children show up for school each day with some pretty heavy life baggage: depression, sexual abuse, parental conflict, poverty, inadequate sleep and nutrition,…
3 words that will change your Valentine’s Day (especially if you’re single)
In my almost 40 years on the earth, I’ve experienced the four emotions of Valentine’s Day—loneliness, euphoria, pressure, and apathy. From puberty through my…
The best way to begin your day
Each morning our bodies instinctively strive for harmony. Psychologists call this homeostasis, or equilibrium. For example, if we wake up tired, we reach for…
This one is for all the farm girls and boys out there. Y’all know that cattle are ruminators. Cows kill time lying around chewing…
New Year, new you?
New Year’s resolutions can be good. They motivate. They’re a plan for doing better in the future. They can be a great way to…
Christmas: God Is With Us
Watch the entire devotional series from this Christmas week, as Pastor Jeremy reminds us just how amazing our God is with his presence and promises.
Ponder God’s Promise to You
Whatever trouble or pain there is in your life, Christmas is God’s promise that your life won’t always be that way.
When Christmas Isn’t Merry
Watch the entire devotional series from this week, as Pastor Jon talks about what we can do when the Christmas season isn’t so happy and merry.
The Christmas Season and Suicide
Are you struggling or do you know someone who is struggling with thoughts of suicide this Christmas season? Pastor Jon has a message of hope addressing this heavy topic.
It’s Okay to Cry at Christmas
Christmas can be hard when you’re dealing with loss and trials. Your pain is real. But so is God’s love.
Just be a kid
I hope you’ve seen the Hafod Hardware Christmas ad. The two-year-old going through the motions of running a store is a whole different level…
Becoming fully alive in the present
Every department store seems to be blasting the Christmas carol “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year.” But for many of you, that…