If you want to know if you’ve been gaslit, start by asking yourself these questions in the context of a relationship you’re in or have been in (this can be a parent, sibling, romantic, work, or any relationship you feel tangled-up in):
Dealing with anxiety isn’t easy or fun, but it keeps you aware of your need for God and helps you continue to see just how much His power works through your weaknesses. Here are 7 healthy habits to encourage you.
Whether contemplating or attempting suicide have affected you personally, or your family or friends, this article offers help by way of raising awareness of the reality and signs of suicide so we can hope to help prevent this tragedy.
Those who lost loved ones on 9/11 would give anything for just one more day with those they have lost. As we call on God for help, we realize that the grace of trauma is that it teaches us to love differently. Here are five proofs that God is working on our healing.
Christ said “I came to call sinners.” One reason for the assumption that “Christians have it all together” is Christians’ tendency to forget our need for this Good News for ourselves. We take the mission seriously, spreading the Gospel, forgetting that grace is meant for us, too.
Are we enough? In short, no. We cannot rely on ourselves; rather, we need to fully rely on God. Christians often forget that the verse where this originates (2 Corinthians 12:9) comes from a place of weakness and frailty. God’s grace fills the holes that other things we try to rely on cannot.
Even though bad things happen, and people don’t always act like they should, I tend to see the world in a positive light. In the beginning, God created a beautiful world even though sin taints it horribly now. As I walk out this sometimes-difficult life, God will be with me to comfort, encourage, and prod me into my best living.
"Gypsy” is often considered derogatory as it connotes illegal behavior and a wandering lifestyle, instead of an identifier for a race of people: the Romani. Christians should respond to the Romani as we would any other child of God—doing unto others as you’d have done unto you (Luke 6:31).