Search Results

1 – 15 of 930 ARTICLES
Sort by:
page:123...62
Go to:
In the Valley of Postpartum Depression
Why is it so hard for Christian women to seek help?
In the Valley of Postpartum Depression. And, thankfully, my family will not be left to wonder why I took my own life—because, instead, I found help for my Postpartum Depression (PPD).
Black Churches Matter: Research Ties Attendance to Positive Outcomes
African Americans who worship regularly are better able to handle racism and discrimination.
For example, in one study of religion and depression, researchers concluded black religious leaders may be able to reduce the stigma associated with mental illness and help
What I Needed From the Church During My Depression
3 ways our communities can support mental health.
What I Needed From the Church During My Depression. 3 ways our communities can support mental health. Alicia Cohn. Image: Milos Kreckovic / iStock. 0; tweet; link; email; print.
Can We Evangelize Late Modern Culture?
We cannot assume a shared foundation.
Now, if your friend is particularly bad off (severe anxiety, addiction, depression), you might actually insist they heed your advice by getting help, seeing a counselor, or checking into
How Fidel Castro's Death Will Affect Cuba's Christian Revival
It won't. And that's (mostly) a good thing.
scrambling to right itself. The period of crippling economic depression in the 1990s also began a time of church growth and evangelism. The Assemblies of
Being There: How To Love Those Who Are Hurting
An interview with Dave Furman on his new book.
It's a book for all of us because all of us have friends, family, neighbors, or fellow church members who suffer from disability, depression, or sickness.
This Is My Body: How Christian Theology Affects Body Image
Two studies examine the intersection of the Bible and body shaming.
particularly for females. Those feelings are tied to a range of negative outcomes from serious eating disorders to depression and low self-worth. So what
Living with Bipolar Disorder
Christian women talk about their challenges.
youth. Then her mood would turn and she would walk through a period of deep depression, which she felt she had to hide from the world around her.
I Went From Fighting in a Cage to Living in a Hut
How an MMA fighter found Jesus—and discovered his calling in the Congo.
At 13, I was diagnosed with clinical depression, and I battled suicidal thoughts. I was free. All the emotional chains of depression, all the bondage, just broke and fell away.
Howard Butt’s High Calling of Daily Work Is Done
The 89-year-old businessman and champion of work as a holy calling passed away Sunday evening.
grocery store chain and was expected to take over the business, but the conflict between that expectation and his desire to pursue lay ministry led to a decade of depression that Butt
Fundamentalists, Modernists, and the Rest of the Story
Early 20th-century evangelical history was more than two camps lobbing grenades at each other.
after World War II. Key events, including World War I, the Great Depression, and the rise of fascism in Europe, offered little to cheer. The period also saw
‘The Leftovers’ Explores the Fallout of a Godless Rapture
As it enters its third season, the acclaimed drama continues to take a long, hard look at our responses to loss.
Each episode carried the weight of grief and depression so heavily that some viewers found it unbearable to watch. Personally, though, I welcomed such heaviness.
Who’s the Most Excited About Brio? Probably Moms
We grew up on glossies. Our daughters want a different medium.
teens. DeMoss mentioned “suicide, cutting, and depression” among several examples of the topics it plans to address from a “Judeo-Christian worldview.”.
Depression: The Church's Best Kept SecretSubscriber Access Only
Seeing past the stigma
Opinion | formertcwissue. Depression: The Church's Best Kept Secret. Seeing past the stigma. Corrie Cutrer. 0; tweet; link; email; print. The Two Types of Depression.
The Comparison Game: How You Can Win It and Live Shame Free
Comparison is an extremely destructive thing.
that locks it away. Comparison is an extremely destructive thing. It leads to self-depreciation, self-rejection and depression. When we believe the lies
1 – 15 of 930 ARTICLES
Sort by:
page:123...62
Go to:
Top Story May 29, 2017
Sasse: Adolescence Is a Gift, but Extended Adolescence Is a Trap
Ben Sasse: Adolescence Is a Gift, but Extended Adolescence Is a Trap
The Nebraska senator wants parents to get serious about shepherding kids into responsible adulthood.
CT Bookstore

Enter The Vault

Vault

Browse our Full Library of online archives, including past issues of CT magazine. Access the Archives