Hope and Help in Time of Need

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Mental health is a topic that people of faith and the Church as a whole, often wrestle with. That’s because it’s messy; it challenges some of our core beliefs and frequently leaves Christians with more questions than answers.

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Release Your Worry

In times like these, worry seems to be as easy as breathing. But we have a reason to have hope. We pray that God will give you peace and encourage you with this short video.

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Remember Your Hope

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Remember Your Hope “Yet this I call to mind and therefore I have hope: Because of the Lord’s great love we are not consumed, for his compassions never fail. They…

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Handling Anger the Right Way

Anger can make you feel like a powder keg, vulnerable to even the smallest spark. When you lose control, the flames can be explosive, singeing your relationships, charring your work and burning your health. In truth, anger is a positive emotion, designed by God as a warning signal to alert you to a problem. But if left unchecked, anger grows into deep destructive bitterness.

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Steps to Success

Have you ever failed at anything? Does that mean you’re a failure? The answer is a No! Many leaders talk about their failures and how they used them to grow. June Hunt is one of them. She says she’s learned more from her failures than her success. She also says that our stumbling stones can be our stepping stones.

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Guilt vs Shame

Are you plagued by guilt for something you’ve done? Are your thoughts dominated by feelings of shame?June Hunt says that you do not have to be stuck in shame and defeated by your faults. She says that God gives us hope to overcome our guilt and live guilt free. You don’t have to feel like you’ve been robbed of your hope.

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