When we get caught up in the stress of life, we miss out on the peace and contentment God really wants to give us. We must decide to dig deep in our hearts to find the source of our anxiety and worry so that God can relieve and heal us.
And God’s peace [shall be yours, that tranquil state of a soul assured of its salvation through Christ, and so fearing nothing from God and being content with its earthly lot of whatever sort that is, that peace] which transcends all understanding shall garrison and mount guard over your hearts and minds in Christ Jesus.
Do you ever feel overly agitated and irritated, but don’t know why? Oftentimes, anger and frustration are masks for unresolved anxiety. We need to discover what is underneath our worry so God can bring us peace.
In the midst of dealing with the ongoing stress of 2020 and the pandemic, it can be easy to just want to run away and hope all of our problems will be magically solved. But no matter where we run, our stress doesn’t leave us.
Join Russ and friends as they conclude their podcast series on Why Anxiety is the Enemy of Spirituality, and discuss helpful and practical ways to break free from the grip anxiety has on many of our lives.
What is a DIY Study?DIY studies are interactive Bible studies designed to help you build an engaging relationship with God. These studies will teach you to use various tools like podcasts and videos to engage with the Bible in a way that best fits your learning style. These studies were originally created for teens, but
If you’ve ever wondered how to ask God for help with anxiety, you’re not alone. It can seem difficult to have a prayer for anxiety, fear, and worry. The Bible says that the soothing comfort of God’s presence can calm down the busiest mind.
This is a study on how to stay calm and be at peace even when life gets crazy. Whether school is stressing you out, you feel anxious about the future, or you have conflict in relationships with friends or family that you’re afraid to deal with, God wants to be a place of refuge even in the midst of chaos.
God wants us to have friendships in which we can be completely and totally ourselves, but this can only happen if we let go of control, stop holding back, and allow ourselves to get messy. In this video are three scriptures to help you embrace the mess and allow it to get closer in your
Prologue: Mary, Mary, Quite Extraordinary Part 1: Believe and Be Mary Part 2: Mary’s Not-So-Silent Night Part 3: The More the Mary-er Get ready for our second episode of Mary’s story: Mary’s Not-So-Silent Night. Have you ever felt like life threw you a curveball and it was really unfair? Maybe it was someone’s fault or
There are so many Bible verses about discouragement, so we wanted to share some with you today. When we experience discouragement, especially chronic or ongoing discouragement, it is meant to drive us to God, deepen our relationship with God, and build our faith that with God we can withstand anything. We need Bible verses about
Editor’s Note: This devotional is the first of a two-part series on handling emotions for married couples. You can find “5 Scriptures on Managing Emotions Every Husband Should Know” by clicking here! Now prepare yourself mentally and emotionally to follow the Eternal One your God. Go and build the temple of the Eternal God, so
Why is it important to feel instead of shutting off our emotions? For this Sunday Morning Jetpack, we want to do things a little differently. We want to talk about things we all may think, but can have a hard time expressing. It’s important to have conversations where we ask questions and go deeper together.
Shang-Chi and the Ten Rings was an interesting movie for me to watch. It had a more grounded feel to the usual Marvel movie even though there were a lot more otherworldly aspects and exploration of East Asian culture surrounding it. When faced with painful experiences in our past, we can either let it twist
It can be really easy to see all the hardships and darkness the world faces and let that form our view of God, but what our view of God should be ultimately defined by is his word and love. This accurate view of God will lead us to see God for who He truly is.
God is able. His ability can be seen both around us and within us as we see our dreams, blessings, confidence, and possibilities grow through God’s loving power. God is able to do INFINITELY more than anything we can even think of. When we have a relationship with Him, this power is at work not
Battle Royale is a game mode that has launched a wide variety of games that lets people play on a huge battlefield. You have no one besides your teammates. You have to learn to survive together in this unforgiving world where everyone is just out for themselves. When I first started playing Battle Royale games
God wants us to evaluate ourselves by how deep and strong our faith is. He doesn’t evaluate our spiritual condition by looking at how we appear on the surface. The depth of our faith determines how much of a difference we can make in the lives of those around us.
Being together is essential for our faith to grow and relationships to thrive. By examining these bible verses on togetherness, we can learn to build not only our faith but also the faith of others despite being physically apart.
It is too easy to go through our busy lives choosing to focus on the myriad of things we have going on and the emotions we feel instead of our relationship with God. But there was a time when you were close to God. Would do anything for Him and worked to be close to him. How do you get there again?
“A Holiday of Faith” is about becoming one of those rare believers whose faith fuels their belief that God can do anything: change us, change our family, change our friends, change our community, and yes, change the world.
Worry often comes from trying to control things we don’t really have control over. Learning how to trust God and letting go becomes much easier when we believe he cares about us, rewards us, and has good plans for our lives.
The concept of journaling for spiritual growth is not unique to our modern times. This study will help you differentiate between creative or emotional expression, and writing to supplement your spiritual growth.
The “Transparency Quiz” is a simple set of questions whose purpose is to sensitize and make us aware of our level of transparency. Find out where you are at and figure out how to get to where you want to be.
I hate waiting. I want control. Waiting means I don’t have control, which makes me fearful, anxious, pressured, and stressed. What about you? Do you also experience emotional tumult when forced to wait, knowing what you want will be delayed or maybe never happen?