Have you ever felt hopeless? Have you ever longed for joy but it seemed just beyond your grasp? Have you ever wondered what role you play in receiving peace, joy, and hope for your daily life?
Join me in learning about where we find hope, where hopelessness stems from, and what we can do to find hope in a broken, chaotic, and crisis-filled world.
Holy Week tells a powerful story of change—a story that continues to change the world, and to change people’s lives. As we live in a world with a big change happening, we have a new perspective on holy week. Together, we can find hope in the events of Holy week, and the salvation that Jesus brings.
We're hearing "don’t panic," "don’t be discouraged," and "don’t be afraid" a lot now. But that's easier said than done. This is a time of fear.
But, as believers, we have a hope that is greater than our fear. The Bible says, “do not be afraid” over 365 times. That's one time for every day of the year, and I don't think it's a coincidence. God has given us a gift to face the fear. So, the next time fear comes calling, take your eyes off yourself, answer it with the truth of God’s Word, and let faith take its place.
When a crisis strikes someone you love, it is easy to become paralyzed.
How do you love people that are in crisis? You want to help them, and respond with emotional first aid, but how can love them during this trying time? Here are three ideas on how to love people through hardships.
In a crisis, we can feel overwhelmed, scared, stressed, and many other negative emotions. I experienced this first-hand with my family. But even in these trials, God is continuing to work in our lives, and even in crisis, we can experience His calm and peace.
In a crisis we all have a different perspective of the event. One isn’t more right than another, they are all correct. How do we talk about an issue when we see it differently, especially when discussing this with someone who is in a crisis and suffering?
After my sister was murdered I didn’t want to just survive, I was determined to thrive. I will show you how to help others in crisis through my journey of taking the worst in life and making something good out of the pain.