Speaking into the Silence of Grief: For Aaron

We release a special edition of the Soul Care Community Blog: As we approach graduation weekend, Jerimy Spencer shares deep words of pain and hope at the great loss of one of Asbury Theological Semnary’s beloved family members, Aaron Nickerson.

The Weekly Breather: Holy Misfits

Have you felt like an outcast or a weirdo? Jesus has a special place in his heart for misfits. Encounter God and let Him show you how important you are to the kingdom with this guided prayer exercise by Patricia Taylor.

What My Rescue Dog Taught Me About God’s Love

Do you doubt God’s love for you because of something you have done? Patricia Taylor shares what her rescue dog taught her about the patient love of God that heals all brokenness.

How to Forgive and Forget

When someone hurts you, you’re supposed to forgive and forget. That is what good Christians do, right? The Bible does tell us that forgiveness is not optional for Christians, so we better get right to it. There’s nothing for it but to get it over with, right? So what you really need is a quick […]

God Isn’t Done with You Just Because You Made a Mistake

Have you made some really poor decisions in life? Did you mess up really badly? Keith Turner shares what the story of Samson has to teach us about mistakes and why God is not done with you yet!

Is God Really as Mean as People Say He Is?

If you listen to some people preach, God can seem scary, violent, manipulative, and just plain mean. But, is that really true about Him? Kathy Milans shares more about spiritual and our perception of God.

Have You Been Hurt by Someone in the Church?

Have you been hurt by someone in the church? You may not recognize it as such, but it could be spiritual abuse. Kathy Milans shares more…

Curiosity Killed the Cat, but Will it Kill my Soul? Asking Questions of Our Faith

Is it really ok to question our faith? Kathy Milans shares about hard questions, holy curiosity, and the value of a faith that has been truly tested.

How to Get Divorced

When two people divorce, it affects the whole family. But, nobody tells the family members how to cope. Marilyn Elliott shares from her own struggle to accept and work through a divorce in her family.

The High Cost of Domestic Violence

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.