If you love Jesus but live in anxiety, depression, or another mental illness—you are not alone. I share my story in hopes of offering you hope, solidarity and resources for your story.
Having faith in Jesus does not disqualify us from the difficulties of life. In this post, I share my story of being diagnosed with anxiety and depression in hopes to remove the stigma around faith and mental health and bring hope and solidarity to those who are living through this storm.
Jane Marczewski captured the hearts of millions in her epic AGT audition. She emanated the unmistakable truth that hope can be held in the midst of the most tragic circumstances. I’ve written about how her life and death have reminded me to fix my eyes on Jesus, no matter how big the mountain is in front of me. I pray you find courage to hope, too.
When you reach a point of life where become physically or mentally dependent on others, it can be very hard to embrace. But there is beauty and love in this season. We learn that from Jesus as He invites us to abide in His love.
Battling mental illness is hard enough. When we add the stigmas and confusion around it, it can be debilitating. When considering if medication is the right option, we often will get more anxiety and think of all the things that could go wrong. This post will help us consider what could go right.
If you’re a Christian struggling with the confusion and pain of having a mental health disorder, this episode is for you!
If you’re struggling with anxiety or depression and trying to wrap your mind around how to process this pandemic, read on. You’re not alone.
#TransformationTuesday #AndreaNSpeaks #ThePrayerOfFaith #ChristiansWithAnxietyAndDepression #ReframedThroughTheLensOfLove If you’re a Christian struggling to understand how to pray about your anxiety, depression, chronic illness or any other painful reality – I urge you to give this message a …
I had breakfast with a fellow MOPS Coordinator today and as I reflect on our sweet time together, I’m left with her words to me at multiple points in our conversation… “And look at you …