After a major transition and spiraling out of control, Mark Meynell found himself in the cruel tedium of what Winston Churchill called his “black dog.”
God does not desire us to worry, writes Elin Phillips. But how do you help an anxious child? How do you encourage a fearful kid to trust in the promises of God?
After Joseph Lasslett visited the prison where Paul wrote 2 Timothy, the words jumped off the pages.
In Colossians, Paul says he is filling up what’s lacking in Christ’s afflictions. How can anything be lacking in Christ’s afflictions? Paul E. Miller explains.
Everyone’s been rejected at some point. But as Christians, writes Joseph Lasslett, we can find hope even in the pit of rejection.
What was unthinkable just a lifetime ago—taking one’s own life—is now considered reasonable, humane, and even necessary in some circumstances. This shift, Jen Oshman writes, calls for God’s people to act.