There is more at stake when it comes to surviving domestic violence than just mental and emotional burdens. Often, there is a heavy financial burden for the abused as well.
Sometimes the darkness feels like it will never end. Patricia Taylor shares her thoughts on the longest night of the year.
In September of 2015, almost two years ago, I sat in a building built of only corrugated metal. The sweat poured down my face, a constant stream flowed down my back. The sign on the front of the building featured a crude painting of a naked woman and the inside contained a row of doors […]
— March 15, 2017
Are you shattered? Is someone you love grieving or in need of healing? Sarah Damaska shares the beauty hidden in suffering and brokenness.
— January 25, 2017
There are so many times in our lives when our expectations are not met by reality. Those are disappointing times indeed. Sarah Damaska shares some wisdom on declaring that God is enough even when reality leaves you disappointed.
— November 28, 2016
What can I do when my mind gets stuck asking the question, “Why?” Michelle Marx shares four steps to get you moving forward again.
— September 28, 2016
We are really good at tending to physical wounds most of the time. Michelle Marx shares why we need to tend well the wounds of the heart and soul.
— September 14, 2016
September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. Charlotte Easley shares resources that emphasize the importance of having tough conversations and tips on how you can help.
— August 24, 2016
Have you ever faced seemingly insurmountable odds? God still has a plan. Kathy Milans reviews Craig and Médine Keener’s book, Impossible Love.
— August 22, 2016
Is your mind plagued with nagging questions that won’t go away? Do you long for answers that never seem to come? Patricia Taylor shares about letting go of one crippling question, and why you should ditch it too.