Christian Living

Forgiveness: Searching for Freedom on the Other End of Hurt

Rumination. This is a fancy word for talking and overthinking about the past, or as some would like to think and stress, living in the past. It’s a point of contention between loved ones who argue through hurts, trials, illness, and breakdowns. It’s also a beastly grip that takes place on those struggling through major… Read More Forgiveness: Searching for Freedom on the Other End of Hurt

Christian Living, Christian Mental Health

Loneliness and Depression as a Christian

Loneliness. There’s a tie between mental health and the feeling or actual function of being alone. Many people have gone through a season or have felt some effect of this sense of solitude at some point in their lives. But to those who suffer from true mental health disorders, not the nouveau way of defining… Read More Loneliness and Depression as a Christian

Christian Living

God’s Chastening: Creating a Pattern of Faith During Trials

In the face of adversity, believers find solace in their faith that God supports and sustains them during challenging times. The notion of divine support provides comfort and strength, serving as a source of hope and resilience. Believers often turn to prayer and faith as a means of seeking guidance and finding fortitude to overcome… Read More God’s Chastening: Creating a Pattern of Faith During Trials