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Anxiety affects millions of Americans every day. No matter why some of us face anxiety, there are ways we can cope with anxiety to experience peace and joy.
Stress has no age limit and neither do big emotions. But it's important to know how to handle stress in these moments of the unknown.
Anxiety and depression are on the rise among teens today. Factors such as fears, lack of connection, and rejection can contribute to anxiety.
Mental health issues are increasingly common, but each person's experience with them is unique. Read about how one Gen Zer has navigated faith, anxiety, and depression, here.
There is hope for anxiety and depression. Read one person's story of learning to see and hold onto hope while moving forward in the midst of darkness.
No one yearns for shallow friendships. Why aren't our relationships deeper? Here are things that hold us back and steps we can take to deepen our connections.
Peace has never seemed more needed—nor more hard to find. How can our faith impact our anxiety and what we do with our worries and concerns? Join us for this timely message about what it means to know and embrace the real peace that Jesus offers.
Anxiety keeps us from moving forward into the life God has for us—a life of joy and freedom. Rather than being stuck in our anxiety, God wants to free us as we learn to trust Him.
Living with anxiety, panic disorders, or phobias can make you feel like you aren’t in control of your life. Tackle the fears that hold you back with this go-to guide.
Anxiety is one of the most pressing mental health issues of our day. The good news is that anxiety is very treatable. Pastor Jason Cusick tells the story of his own history with anxiety and offers expertise, practical guidance, and empathy.
The mental well-being of children and adults is shockingly poor. Marc Brackett, author of Permission to Feel, knows why. And he knows what we can do.
This book explains why women experience burnout differently than men—and provides a simple, science-based plan to help women minimize stress, manage emotions, and live a more joyful life.
Mental health issues are common, but each person's experience with them is unique. Read about one Gen Zer's journey with anxiety, depression, and faith, below.
Caring for a loved one with depression can be difficult. But we have practical ways you can support your friends and family struggling with depression.
Pastor and counselor Ly Tran answers questions about when to see a mental health professional.
Depression affects our mental, physical, and spiritual health. It can make it hard for us to get out of bed and connect with our family and friends. Depression steals our joy and holds us back from moving forward. But we are not alone in our depression.
This groundbreaking, life-changing book has helped millions overcome negative thoughts and discover joy in their daily lives.
Essential Art Therapy Exercises, a cognitive behavioral therapy workbook, offers a range of creative activities to help you better understand yourself, develop control over your emotions, and aid the healing process.
This easy-to-use guide is full of practical, proven worksheets, self-monitoring forms, exercises and scripts for you to start changing your habits, and start changing your life.
We spend time connecting with others to build authentic relationships. We also need to spend time deepening our relationship with God to truly live life.
How can we prioritize mental and emotional health more? One time-tested way: building a regular habit of self-reflection. Start by asking yourself these 5 simple questions at the end of each day.
What does surviving a zombie apocalypse have to do with growing in your faith? Hint: they're both easier with the right training.
Journey through the Psalms to see how these ancient songs echo our own lives as they strengthen our faith, hope, and love.
What does it mean to draw closer to God and look to Jesus in the midst of our hectic, day-to-day lives? We can start by finding what some call a "thin place."
Let’s face it, prayer can be hard and frustrating. When our prayer lives feel stale or stuck, we can learn something from…birds. Read more, here.
What made Jesus the Greatest of All Time? What would it look like if we strived to be more like Him? Join us as we look at the habits Jesus practiced throughout his ministry. We’ll set some goals for spiritual habits together.
How do we build a wise, mature faith that actually “works” in real life? Join us for Grown-Up Faith: What Spiritual Maturity Really Looks Like, a series about taking intentional steps toward spiritual adulthood.
Peter Scazzero outlines the top ten symptoms of emotionally unhealthy spirituality. He then unpacks core biblical principles to guide you into an experience of lasting, beneath-the-surface transformation in your relationship with Christ.
The Deeply Formed Life is a roadmap to live in the richly rooted place we all yearn for: a place of communion with God, a place where we find our purpose.
Within the pages of this book, you’ll find a fascinating roadmap to staying emotionally healthy and spiritually alive in the chaos of the modern world.
This video will help you find a structure to take unresolved issues—thoughts and emotions in life—and figure out a way to solve it.
Learn ways to create a sense of stability and anchoring yourself during uncertain times.
This video will help us identify and label our emotions well using the Primary to Secondary Exercise.
This video will teach you a way of processing what you're thinking and feeling. It's a great way to help with conflict in relationships.
This video talks about give steps in helping you process your thoughts and feelings with other people.
Sometimes feeling your own emotions can feel a little overwhelming and messy. Sometimes it's even hard to be around others when they're in their own feelings. This video helps to understand how to create better emotional and mental space for all the emotions that tend to fly around in your closest relationships.