Anxiety (by Angie Dailey)

  [separator top="25" bottom="25" style="shadow"] Written by Angie Dailey For some, anxiety is a way of life. I see it every day in the decisions we make, in the way we live. It is a delicate balance of emotion, heartache and for me, faith. I have great anxiety over what people think of me, and... Continue Reading →

Oh, My Baggage! (by Andrea Fortenberry)

  [separator top="25" bottom="25" style="shadow"] Written by Andrea Fortenberry   My parents used to call me the bag lady when I was around four years old because I loved to put things in a bunch of different bags and hide them in my room. If every anything went missing in our house, like the scissors or tape,... Continue Reading →

Overcoming in the Midst of Anxiety

  Written by Liz Jones   Dear Anxiety, I believe that you came into my life the day I was born. There were many down the generational line who battled you. Some battled you through denial and control, some through isolation and avoiding people, and some through alcohol abuse… I  remember as a 3rd grader, a... Continue Reading →

God Calm My Anxious Heart (by Beth Walker)

  Written by Beth Walker Anxious according to Webster includes synonyms nervous, worried and uptight.  Antonyms include calm and relaxed.  The interesting thing about being anxious is that it is possible to be worried about something, at the same time outwardly having a calm demeanor.  Many days, that is the very scenario I found myself... Continue Reading →

Don’t waste the leftovers.

Jesus saw the huge crowd as he stepped from the boat, and he had compassion on them and healed their sick. That evening the disciples came to him and said, "This is a remote place, and it's already getting late. Send the crowds away so they can go to the villages and buy food for... Continue Reading →

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