Almost everyone I know has an anxiety disorder or at least has had a panic attack at least once in his or her life. With this in mind, I am astounded that people exist who have never had a panic attack or even understand what it's like to have anxiety. One of these people may … Continue reading 3 Ways to Help Your Spouse Who Has Anxiety
When I first became a Christian, I struggled with anxiety. I memorized verses about anxiety, such as Philippians 4:6-7. After wrestling with this passage for about a decade, I know that this verse literally has the key to curing anxiety. Here is the verse, "Don’t worry about anything; instead, pray about everything. Tell God what … Continue reading Be Thankful and Have Peace
FINALLY! I have time and energy to update you all on my life. Well, as of about four weeks ago, I started a position at an online marketing company. If you've been following me on Instagram, you know that I'm working from home and having the time of my life. I can officially say, after … Continue reading Update for You!
There's something within all of us that desires to go through it anyway. We desire to do the impossible, the scary, the dangerous. That's because we, like ships, were not created for "safe" lives. We were created to make a difference. We were created to glorify God by doing the impossible through His strength.
Before I met my husband, I believed that my husband would cure my anxiety. For those who are single and waiting for a man to fix you, read this carefully: Marriage does not fix you. Only God can take your brokenness, redeem you, and make you new. But for those who are married, God can use your husband, however great or however flawed he is, to help in that sanctification process.
When a thought enters my head, it won't leave. But, now that I'm older, I have learned how to drown out the thoughts. It's called distraction.
When I was in college, as part of my major, I had to go on an internship out of the country for at least six weeks. After months of searching and praying, I finally found an internship in Andalucia, Spain, with an organization called Camino Global (which has since then merged with Avant Ministries). It … Continue reading God Gives Us More Than We (Think) We can Handle
We went to a salt cave a couple of weeks ago. Apparently, I was living under a rock, because I thought we were going to a literal cave. But actually, it isn't a cave at all. It's a building that is filled with Himalayan pink salt, which has never been processed. People with allergies, dry … Continue reading The day they locked me in a salt cave
I generally tend to be optimistic. However, in light of my optimism, people tell me that I'm sometimes unrealistic. And when people look at the negative side, they tend to tell me that they're just being realistic. One day, when I was in college, I looked outside and said, "Wow, it's a beautiful day outside. … Continue reading Pessimism is NOT Realistic!
Intimacy with God is made possible through the sacrifice of Jesus Christ and the presence of the Holy Spirit. We are able to draw near to God when we accept Jesus' sacrifice as truth, because we now have the righteousness of Christ. A couple of weeks ago, I read Tauren Wells' devotional on the YouVersion … Continue reading Intimacy with God