I designed a Serenity Prayer graphic last year, as a kind of therapy for myself on a particularly troubling day. Now feels like a very appropriate time to share it with you! Try using it when you feel overwhelmed, to help you regain a sense of calm within the chaos.
Christmas is something I really look forward to these days, but it wasn’t always that way. For many years I felt a sense of dread and despair whenever I even thought about family occasions like Christmas Day. If Christmas is a joyful time for you, that’s wonderful! I’m sharing the poem, below, to give you …
As Christmas approaches, I’m finding myself getting anxious: Worried about not finishing everything on my to do list. Worried about what presents to get people. Worried about family members who won’t be able to join in the festivities, due to geographical distance. Worried about family members who will be together at Christmas; wondering how they’ll …
This mini-series isn't about how to set goals; it's about how frustrating and confusing goal setting can be. So if you cringed at the very mention of goal setting in the title, you can now release those butterflies from your belly and read this post in peace!
Waiting is something we do a lot of, when living with chronic illness. Here are some tips for how to stand strong within the uncomfortable limbo of waiting.
Hope hurts when our prayers for relief remain unanswered. Here, I share a personal story of hope and disappointment, and talk about hope in God.
Depression and anxiety often go hand-in-hand with grief, in the early days after diagnosis or other traumatic life event. Psalm 23 is a great comfort.
How can we live a fruitful Christian life when battling daily through illness or grief? The gospel message from Galatians can help us with this struggle.