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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…

Life’s Challenges

Telling the future

My husband and I were walking in downtown Madison, WI, and passed a man who held a cardboard sign that read, “Tarot Readings.” I…

Life’s Challenges

Hope for the future

I just love it when my seed catalogs arrive in the mail this time of year! I like to take a day—in the deepest,…

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…

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

Live at peace

Here are some words to hold in tension. In Psalm 58, David proclaims, “The righteous will be glad when they are avenged, when they…

Life’s Challenges

The good news about weak faith

My childhood pastor was a football guy. Not only did he play football during his formative years; he also was a pastor in Green…

Life’s Challenges

Grace AND peace!

Christians love the words grace and peace. Those two words are laced through the Bible, peppered into prayers, and bound up in the benediction…

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…

Life’s Challenges

What scale are you using?

I stepped on the corner of our scale in the dark, and the plastic foot broke. Great. No woman really wants to confess that…

Life’s Challenges

You’re not alone in life’s storms

In my young adult years, unshakable faith came easy. But recently—maybe because of an awareness of so many seemingly impossible situations or maybe because…

Life’s Challenges

Beware the bully

Most of us grew up with a bully in our schoolyard. You used to be able to see him or her coming. Today, it’s…