You are here: Home Explore Tag: Grief

Posts tagged “Grief”

Filter:
Life’s Challenges

The Lord hears

Joseph Scriven was born in Ireland in 1819. He grew up, earned a degree, and fell in love. The night before his wedding, his…

Life’s Challenges

Arresting anger

If God said to me, “Jason, I will give you one chance to change the world. I will answer one prayer immediately. Make it…

Taboo

Jesus wants to talk with you

She was sure she was on the right side of this. Yeah, the man speaking to her didn’t seem like he had it in…

Life’s Challenges

Living with loss: A child

Of all the types of human loss to have to endure, I think for me losing a child would be the bitterest. My mother-in-law’s…

Life’s Challenges

Thorns protect the flowers

I never want to romanticize suffering. I take it very seriously. But I can’t overlook what God has done through suffering people. Suffering made…

Life’s Challenges

When death seems to win

This year I’m really struggling with writing about Easter. For me that’s pretty weird, because I love Easter. I love Jesus. I love that…

Living My Faith

Easter sets us free from death’s sting

Richard was on an airplane eating his lunch when he felt something land in his hair. He rubbed his head, which caused the scorpion…

Who is God?

All the “feels”

One thing that stands out in the last week of Jesus’ life is that Jesus went through all the “feels.” If there was a…

Life’s Challenges

When Christmas is hard

Is it hard for you to sing the song “Joy to the World” right now? Maybe you’re facing a layoff or handling a family…

Depression & Anxiety

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…

Life’s Challenges

Rest for the weary

The year 2020 has been wearisome. I don’t know that I’ve gotten more or less sleep, but politics and the pandemic have left me…

Life’s Challenges

Refinement by fire

I find the concept of trial-by-comfort pretty appealing. It sounds so much better than the whole trial-by-fire thing, which is a concept I’m not…