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Depression & Anxiety

Quiet; be still

I’ve never been in a boat in rough water. Have you? I almost drowned when I was about ten, so choppy water makes me…

Depression & Anxiety

A daily reminder

Allow me to introduce you to my number-one enemies—anxiety and doubt. How often I forget the words of God when a crisis or problem…

Depression & Anxiety

Jesus is with you

Times are hard. These words of Psalm 60 may just roll off your tongue: “You have rejected us, God, and burst upon us; you…

Depression & Anxiety

Un-deck the halls

I don’t know if “undecorate” is a word, but it’s easily my least favorite part of the Christmas season. It usually happens in early…

Depression & Anxiety

Final words

Only two people haven’t experienced death and are physically enjoying heaven. Just two. Enoch, who walked with God right into heaven (Genesis 5:24), and…

Depression & Anxiety

Anxiety is like a rocking chair

There’s much to be anxious about these days. If you feel pressure, it doesn’t make you bad, sinful, or weak. It’s no different than…

Depression & Anxiety

How to overcome unwanted emotions

Emotions don’t have a morality. They are not good or bad, right or wrong. There is a proper time, place, and purpose for every…

Depression & Anxiety

No separation anxiety

I was in a department store one day when suddenly I heard a bloodcurdling scream, followed by relentless sobbing. A little boy had gotten…

Depression & Anxiety

What lux!

February. The longest shortest month of the year. Thankfully the Roman emperors who modified the calendar gave it only 28 days and only allowed…

Depression & Anxiety

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….

Depression & Anxiety

The end of anxiety

I should have been anxious. I was about to speak to the biggest audience of my entire life, a crowd of over one thousand…

Depression & Anxiety

It’s the virus

I’m a relatively calm and cheery person, but lately I’ve been on edge and even short-tempered. Obviously, quarantine life is affecting me, but I…