Hanging in There

Written by Mary Foulger The last time that I saw my son alive, I told him to go to hell. Of course, that was never what I wanted him to do, but I was so frustrated with him. I felt like he expected so much of his father and me, his mother, but so little... Continue Reading →

The Little Foxes

I have learned the hard way. Foxes will stalk their prey for days...weeks even. They study their habits. They learn the weaknesses of their prey. See a fox - scare it away - it will return. You must catch it. You must eliminate it. Or it will kill. A single fox can take out an... Continue Reading →

Why Are You Downcast Oh My Soul

Written by Anna Sojourning   My depressed thoughts would go like this: "I want to be alone, but I don't want to be lonely.  I'm afraid of failure, but I feel unable to do anything anything.  I know I should be peaceful and happy, but I just want to fall on the floor and lay... Continue Reading →

Pour out Your Heart

[separator top="25" bottom="25" style="shadow"] "O my people, trust in Him at all times. Pour out your heart to Him, for God is our refuge." (Psalm 62:8, NLT)   I believe God is calling us to a time of honestly before Him.   How can He begin to do a work in me until I am... 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 →

The Escape Plan

Our last post in the series on depression (archive found here).   [separator top="25" bottom="25" style="shadow"]   Written by Ginny Hannon   I thought I would never survive depression. One night, when I was in my deepest and darkest state, I sat on the bathroom floor pondering death, and I thought depression would finally win.... Continue Reading →

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