Posts tagged “Worry”
Skeptical Faith: God Loves Science?
How do we reconcile the tension of science and religion? What are we supposed to do when we feel like we need to walk away from Jesus for the sake of hard evidence? Pastor Mike gives us five compelling ideas to remind us that, according to the Bible, we don’t need to choose between head and heart.
Thank God for detours
You’re late to the company party. Your hot dish is getting lukewarm on the backseat as you zip through yellow lights (well, orangish, to…
Following the death of Prince Philip, I read a quote from Nick Bullen, who worked with the prince for his 90th birthday celebration. “He…
The prayer of a struggling believer
Father, I’m struggling right now. My heart is heavy, and I don’t even fully understand what I’m feeling. I know I’ve messed up. I’ve…
When Life Seems Impossible
It’s easy to trust God’s promises when our lives are blessed. It’s harder when we’re facing seemingly impossible challenges. What should we do? Pastor Dave says for us to be like children.
3 words that will change your election-year fear
The year 2020, it appears, is the year of fear. As I write these words, there’s no emotion that seems to have gripped more…
There’s a phrase in the English language that’s better than most things one can hear in life. I’m speaking, of course, of the statement:…
How to Handle an Emotional Roller Coaster
There’s a secret for how to overcome the roller coaster of emotions and anxious feelings.
What’s the worst trouble you’ve ever been in? Persistent unemployment? Disabling automobile accident? Massive debts? In jail? Caught cheating on your spouse? Multiple DWIs?…
Keep the Faith: GOD Endures
A protective father dies young. A talented teammate moves away. A close friend gets a new job. In a world where nothing–even the best things in life–lasts for long, all you need to do is read Psalm 136 to see what does endure forever.
The problem with coping mechanisms
Each day seems to bring a new announcement or policy concerning the pandemic that challenges our normal way of life. At the church where…
Not the same
Since 2013, I’ve worked as an elderly companion. While caring for my first client, I met a lively British lady who lived through WWII….