“I would go to the bathrooms at school and have panic attacks, but no one would know...” One day, Kaitlin realized God provides a way out of paralyzing anxiety.
The depression was gone, but I was surprised to find that the brokenness remained. My wound had been healed, and I was still broken.
What do you do when tragedy reminds you of the fragile state of this world?
How do you respond wisely to what others are saying in the digital town square, especially when it touches a nerve?
This article is a reflection on my experience as someone who continues to battle with anxiety, as well as a celebration for one college student who has overcome it.
Apart from anxiety disorders, worry is a matter of not trusting God and trusting more in our own abilities to fix our circumstances. So how do we stop? And how do we prevent it?
One man’s internal struggle to share the gospel will shine insight into your fears in witnessing.
As a child, I thought I needed to be nice so people would like me. I thought that was love. But you know what? That is not the way God sees it. Laying aside my rights doesn’t mean pleasing others. This discovery has been critical to my life and leadership.
When Allie was in college talking about life and spiritual things seemed easy. Now that she was in the working world, everything seemed to have changed.
“Can I trust you God?” I find myself asking this question everyday. I may not be aware of the exact wording, but this question follows the big decisions and challenges of life, and rightly it should. No matter how large or small my struggles are it’s important that I keep my fretting eyes on Jesus. But then, a second question slithers into my soul, “What do I need to do?”
Learn about how a group of college students who used a simple outreach and broke common myths about sharing their faith.
Growing up in Ethiopia, a confusing religious environment made the thought of death frightening to Kassahun.
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