The Easter fun is over. Resurrection Sunday has passed. But guess what? JESUS is still risen from the borrowed grave! Now what does this really mean for you? This means that you too have been resurrected. Unlike Jesus, you did not have to die a physical death. But the fact that Jesus did die and … Continue reading Bury Toxic Thoughts and Let Your Mind Be Resurrected
It’s a new day; week, month and season! Sometimes when you step into the new it requires something old to be left behind or to fall back. This can include internal and external factors. Let’s focus on an inner conflict; specifically, fears. Fears can hold us hostage mentally and block us from desired achievements, as … Continue reading What Fears Are Holding You Back?
You have probably heard the phrase “Take life one day at a time”. But depending on what's going on in your, life getting through one day can seem extremely challenging. I recently posted on how we can take control of anxiety and fear that fights to manage our lives. And when I am starting to … Continue reading One Hour Leads to One Day
School is back in session. Good news, right? May be not for those who are finding it hard to deal with separation anxiety. And it is not just the toddlers starting school for the first time that are affected by this, but parents too. Trust me, I know. But as parents have been anxiously running … Continue reading Parenting a Child with a Mood Disorder
“Anxiety and worry are both attacks on the mind intended to distract us from serving the Lord. The enemy also uses both of these torments to press our faith down, so it cannot rise up and help us live in victory” (Joyce Myer, Battlefield of the Mind). Imagine that you have been out of work … Continue reading Facing Anxiety