I blinked vacantly at my feet. My breathing was finally back to its usual predictable in-and-out rhythm. Wiping my wet eyes with the heels of my hands, I wondered if I’d be able to face walking back into church — the sermon had probably begun by now and I didn’t want people to see I’d …
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 …
Judgy advice can hurt when you're battling illness or grief. How can we respond in a way that honours God and works on an emotional level?
Jesus was abandoned. He's been there. He understands. This post will provide comfort and encouragement when you feel let down by your church community.
Struggles with church community are common among Christians who face serious illness or grief. This post offers compassion and comfort.
Illness and grief can make relationships difficult. This post explores passive, aggressive and assertive responses from a Christian perspective.
Jesus helps us in our times of deepest grief and depression. I love the parable of the Wise Builder. It's such a comfort when the storms of life rage.