Stress is the body's reaction to any change that requires an adjustment. Even positive changes can cause stress. Stress can be manage by practicing community, rest, and by coming to Jesus to listen to him.
In Genesis 3, we see how Adam and Eve use hiding to cope with their fears, guilt and shame. God continues to walk towards us to seek us out in our hiding places. At the center of any unhealthy coping mechanism there is the need to hide from facing the pain of our wounds, failures and sins. Today's message challenges us to face our fears and shame by letting God find us where we are at.
Codependency is an unhealthy attachment to another person in order to make yourself feel whole. At the root of it is a fear that push us to the edge, feeling rejected and abandoned. Jesus calls us to have healthy relationships and codependency is an unhealthy behavior that cripples the opportunity to live freely.
Abuse has the power to destroy and distort how we see ourselves and what we believe about ourselves. It twists self-perception and self-understanding. God is our redeemer and there is hope for healing for those who have experienced abuse in their lives.
Drug addiction is a chronic disease characterized by drug seeking and use that is compulsive, or difficult to control, despite harmful consequences. In today's message we are inspired to open our hearts to healing and restoration from drug abuse.
Pornography has the power to destroy your most precious relationships. There are three ugly truths that every christian should know about pornography. Today's message challenges us to view pornography as an evil that can damage your emotional and spiritual health.
Depression affects 300,000,000 people around the world. For many Christians, depression is a sin, and many walk away from church because there is not hope. The reality is that God wants to meet you where you are and He promises to help you in the dark times.
Going through trauma is not rare. About 6 of every 10 men (or 60%) and 5 of every 10 women (or 50%) experience at least one trauma in their lives. Today's message deals with the issue of trauma and the hope that we have in Jesus to receive healing and restoration.
Fear, exhaustion, isolation, and failure can push people to the edge of serious depression and suicide. In today's message we see how Elijah, a Bible hero, experiences these emotions and depression, and what we can learn from his story on the issue of suicide.