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What I Needed From the Church During My Depression
3 ways our communities can support mental health.
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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
Subscriber Access Only Life After Prison—When the Church Shows Up
One of the hardest days of incarceration may be the day it ends. The church can be there to make a difference.
Beyond the course load, the hardest work was moving past the depression she believes was brought on by strained family relationships and a missing relationship with God.
A Lament for Louisiana After the Floods
As I grieve the tragedy in my home state, I’ve found solace in a surprising place.
This was a freak weather event called a monsoon depression, and it dumped unprecedented amounts of precipitation across the south of my home state, killing at least 13 and
Messages from the Edge: Suicide Notes on Social Media
How Facebook turns the left-behind into horrified witnesses.
Studies indicate that social media can intensify depression and suicidal behavior, especially among girls. The more we submerge ourselves in the faux
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Grapes of Wrath: Refugees Face Steinbeck Scenario in Lebanon's Napa Valley
While US debates resettling 10,000 Syrians, a country smaller than Connecticut struggles with hosting 1.5 million.
On the eve of Ramadan, Christianity Today visited with World Vision to witness how the Bekaa Valley now recalls John Steinbeck's Great Depression–era description of the Dust Bowl
20 Truths from Bound to be Free by D.A. Horton
Nothing in life is like freedom in Christ.
(81). 18. The freedom every believer has in Christ provides an escape from the performance trap as it relates to fights with insecurity and depression because of lack of affirmation. (83).
Morning Roundup 8/13/15
Social Media for Churches; Top Christian Workplaces; Pastors and Depression
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Incubation: Multiplication by Addition (Part 1)
Ray Chang stops by to share about how churches may come alongside church planters to support them in their work.
During one vulnerable moment, this planter fell into serious depression and had thoughts of ending his life. As these stories were shared, pain was felt by all in the room.
10 Books Worth Reading This Summer
Our July book list: Her.meneutics writers recommend their favorites.
Imagine Me Gone by Adam Haslett. I am regularly on the hunt for good fiction about characters who struggle with but are not defined by depression. It's a little like hunting for unicorns.
How Moving to Kenya Made Me a Less Fearful Parent
Things shifted when I noticed my preschooler handles daily life in Africa better than I do.
When faced with a trial—academic or professional failure, relationship troubles, or lack of meaning and purpose—these young people can slide quickly into anxiety, depression, or self
Christian Counseling in Limbo
Allegations against Mercy Multiplied reveal the range of faith-based approaches to mental health.
Mercy staff's lack of formal clinical training puts mentally ill or traumatized clients at greater psychological risk, even pushing them deeper into depression and addiction.
God or Transcripts: Where Do You Put Your Trust?
Too many students (and parents) make idols of grade point averages. Find your hope in Jesus.
yourself.” (Elijah & the SAT). It's not that we don't know there's a problem: we do. We know all about the anxiety and the depression. We read all about the
How Celebrate Recovery Helped Evangelicals Open Up About Addiction
Over 25 years, the program has made churches a safer space for recovery.
Coker, who calls himself “a grateful believer in Jesus Christ who struggles with pornography, overeating, depression, and co-dependency,” curates devotionals, humor pieces, and
That Stat that Says Pastors are All Miserable and Want to Quit (Part 1)
Are pastors really leaving ministry in droves? Not so fast...
50% of pastors are so discouraged that they would leave the ministry if they could, but have no other way of making a living. 70% of pastors constantly fight depression.
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Evangelicals and Race—A New Chapter
Evangelicals and Race—A New Chapter
Why racial justice and reconciliation are now core for the movement.
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